Actually, I think I said "checks!"
In the USA you may have said "Checks," but in the UK and Australia you said "Cheques."
Everyone knows it is because the Internet is American :)
You think that's bad? The HTTP standard has a server variable called HTTP_REFERERS that is a spelling mistake in any version of English. The correct spelling, of course, is "referrer" :(
When I was at school I lost a grade on my computer related essay for the repeatedly misspelling disc and programme.
If all the compiler errors caused by spelling ORGANIZATION, ORGANISATION in COBOL programs were laid end to end I would be at all surprised at the amount of music ruled stationery pulped as a result.
If the english language was a compiled language, Americans would have the buggiest code on the face of the earth :-)
Sorry, I have a bug in my own sentence, of course I mean the English language with a capitol E.
"Capitol E" ?
The State Capitol of E, in the country of the Eng
Not quite right Simon.
Ged Byrne wrote:
Ged Byrne's former teacher
Of course, I didn't really lose a grade. Nobody loses grades in England.
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