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Owed To A SpellChequer

Posted by cotojo on August 15, 2007

Just a piece I came across several years ago and thought I would share it with you.  Sometimes technology isn’t always the best way!

Owed To A SpellChequer

Eye halve a spell in chequer;
It came with my pea sea;
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.
Eye strike a key and type a word
And weight four it to say
Weather eye am wrong oar write –
It shows me strait aweigh.
As soon as a mist ache is maid
it nose bee fore two long,
and eye can put the error rite
its rare lea ever wrong.
Eye have run this poem threw it;
I am shore your pleased two no
its letter-perfect awl the weigh,
my chequer tolled me sew.

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5 Responses to “Owed To A SpellChequer”

  1. cotojo said

    Lisa – LOL, you have done it already :o)
    There is proof-reading and proof-reading I guess hahaha

  2. Sophiagurl said

    oooopps classic example hahaha. i meant watch out “or” proofread what you’ve done. LOL.

  3. Sophiagurl said

    hahaha, very true so you got to watch out for proof-read what you’ve done.

  4. cotojo said

    Marat – Thanks for visiting and commenting. As you say, spellcheckers don’t correct your grammar, although some do try, albeit unsuccessfully lol

  5. Marat said

    Haha that’s beautiful man.

    Spell checkers are fantastic little creations, like the one I’m using now which is inbuilt into Firefox. But the truth is, they don’t correct your grammar (well Word’s tries too).

    Thanks,

    Marat

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