I would prefer the correct one! 👿
A man bought a used lawn morrow – and the professional mechanic and columnist he wrote to, couldn’t fix his lawn mower – or the misspelling.
He could do the jump and live to tell the tail – I think that this tale was attached to a horse’s ass.
Headline – Weeping is not a panacea
Research shows that wapping damages lung cells – the article is about e-cigarette vaping
After the retail war you’ve raged – I raged, because war is waged
Her appearance was oft-putting – The fact that she was oft putting the wrong words into sentences was off-putting – like when she led her horse down a bridal path
The Vice-President was unceremoniously sworn in as President – It may not have been ostentatious, it may not have been the usual ceremony, or the one that you were expecting, but a swearing-in is a ceremony. Some authors speak English; others speak ‘cliché.’
He climbed the steep levy beside the river – That was very taxing, then he drove his Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry misspelled.
Mucha Do About Nothing – Apparently Mucha hasn’t read much’a Shakespeare
the movie Percy Jackson: Lightening Thief – This entertainment columnist didn’t catch lightning in a bottle.
She threw in an explicit, live, on-air. – Well (expletive), she’s not in the print business, you are.
In an online tutorial about English – Someone was incompitent….about every word in the centence
The 56-year-old hotel magnet – I’d stick to calling him a magnate
Charlie was a privet detective – he investigated cases of missing hedges.
We’re else can I get 6 beers for $35.00? – Where were you when they taught about ‘there and here’? Oh yeah, out getting beer.
Don’t move here. It rain’s all the time – It rains greengrocers’ apostrophes.
Lore and behold he was lost – Lo and behold, he made it excessively complex.
I cease the chance to talk to her – Well, stop (cease) that, and seize a text book.
She opened her door, to fine him on the step. – I find that the fine was for stalking.
The cigarette burn scares that covered her body – It scares me that abusive parents leave scars.
For sale, adult bibs, tarrycloth – Don’t tarry. Look up terrycloth!
Chocolate-Flavored whipped cream in an arousal can – Don’t ask, don’t tell, what you do with your aerosol can.
The dumbest, most diluted thing I’ve heard – You’re deluded if you think you know what you are writing about
The clothes were thread barren – poor infertile, threadbare tee-shirts, unable to have children
a potion of eternal width – I can only hope that she meant a potion of eternal youth – although those Coors canned potions have produced external width.
She’s got died hair – and a dyed-in-the-wool quitter of a husband
sometimes I lie away at night – try to lie a bit closer to a dictionary, while you lie awake
Sucker Part Duex – Be pretentious enough to try to use the French word Deux, and not check its spelling
no fountain of full-proof plans – This fool is proof of his own ignorance.
Colds are caused by bacteria, not the tempter – I am tempted to believe that.
i fell like i should share – I felt that I should share this advice: CAPITALIZE your I’s
It is rare that my personal foam rings – What now?? Nerf is into telecom?
paid for one of the most expensive collages – Where they don’t teach English
when you hug a guy and smell his colon – was this in fetish rehab?
kids today learn to spell frenetically – and therein lies the problem – phonetically
the total gambit of weather-related shit – that runs the gamut of poor usage
que the confusion – cue the rush to the dictionary – again
filling out a borage of forms – and getting a barrage of ‘Huhs?’
My son is hanging out with some bad ombrés – He’s a French-Canadian, throwing shade because he can’t spell hombres.
Sound projectors = amps – Somebody who doesn’t know his ass from his elbow, doesn’t know the difference between amps and speakers.