Loosing? Learn the English language, people!

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  • What the fuck is going on with people?

    Why can nobody spell the word losing without adding another o?

    It's very odd.

  • I nearly corrected the thread title until I understand you mean to mis-spell it.

  • I've just searched and this word is misspelled wrong about 20% of the time.

    It's bonkers.

    Can any other word beat this?

  • or the difference between break and brake?!

  • HTFU.

    Sixty-five...

  • or the difference between break and brake?!

    That one doesn't bother me for some reason, neither does their/there/they're unless I'm reading emails from my fucktard ex-colleagues.

  • HTFU.

    Sixty-five...

    Eighty and I'll even deliver it

  • Balls - you owe me a burger. Call it sixty-five and you'll deliver it.

  • Balls - you owe me a burger. Call it sixty-five and you'll deliver it.

    No.

  • Their, there, they're

    Received

    Brakes/Breaks

    Surely we already have a spelling and/or grammar thread?

  • Prolly [sp]

  • Received

    ?

  • Surely we already have a spelling and/or grammar thread?

    Yep, started with this classic.


    https://www.lfgss.com/thread9072.html

  • ?

    recieved received is a common misspelling I see.

  • That's ridonculous

  • Losing - 2459

    Loosing - 476

    19%

  • But how many mean "loosening?" Hmm?

    Ponder that for a moment.

  • Though vs Thought

  • Though vs Thought

    Not fair. People do that on purpose now as a Scobleism

  • Don't go for a wander in Beckenham Crematorium Senor Bear.. 'Sorry to loose you' is carved and gilded on the most prominent black granite mausoleum in the place.

  • That's unaseptable

  • What the fuck is going on with people?

    Why can nobody spell the word losing without adding another o?

    It's very odd.

    very oood indeeeeed

  • What are you up to today?

  • The loose/lose confusion is driving me nuts.

    loose
    Adjective:
    Not firmly or tightly fixed in place; detached or able to be detached: "a loose tooth".

    lose
    Verb:
    Be deprived of or cease to have or retain (something): "I've lost my appetite".
    Cause (someone) to fail to gain or retain (something): "you lost me my appointment at the university".

    It's not difficult.

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Loosing? Learn the English language, people!

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