Thanks to @JeniRizio from MoronicArts.com for this funny spelling fail! You are an honorary hyper-speller. I would rather be served than severed.
Most ass-uredly not! Thank you Esther Davison @esthernorine for this gem, you are an honorary hyper-speller.
Thanks, @They_Move, for bringing this to my attention. After a moment of silence for Carl, you are an honorary hyper-speller.
Harry Turtledove @HNTurtledove
My wife says the people who put this up are raven lunatics. You see why I married her.
Myself, I think these people need to eat crow.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Your wife is right and your joke is fowl. ;-) You are an honorary hyper-speller.
Thank you, Sean Wright, @Seanarchy for bringing this to me. It's not soylent green, but it will do. You are an honorary hyperspeller.
Thank you Dave Callan @DaveCallanBook for bringing me this groaner! I love it. You are an honorary hyper-speller.
Much appreciation, Esther Davison @esthernorine this is a pretty cheesy spelling fail. You are an honorary hyper-speller.
Thanks @esthernorine They almost got the last word right!
Thank you, @esthernorine, I love this!
Thanks for sharing this misspelled mug! You are an honorary hyper-speller, @jamingeorge04
Thank you Candice @CandiceLeeWrite for this spicy misspelling, you are an honorary hyper-speller.
Thanks for another delicious misspelling, Candice.
They will get it right one of these days, thanks, Candice.
On the other hand, maybe they won't. Thanks, Candice.
That's a pretty cool misspelling, thanks, Candice.
The sign is self-explanatory, thanks, Candice.
That is the first time I have seen one of those, thanks, Candice.
Maybe you have to eat it with a spork. Thanks, Candice.
That is almost hard to read, thanks, Candice.
Not any closer, thanks, Candice.
So close and yet so far, thanks, Candice.
That doesn't sound appetizing, thanks, Candice.
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