What’s so frightening about typos? It’s how easy they are to notice in other people’s writing, but how difficult to discern in your own work.
So, in the sprit of Halloween, here are some that I have collected. (I have omitted the recent typo where I called the former Charmin spokesperson Mr. Whittle instead of his proper name, Mr. Whipple, because it is my blog, not yours.)
As I’ve noted before, we all realize by now that spell check, like food past its expiration date, may be good, but usually not good enough. And yes, I prefer a good idea, no matter how mangled its presentation, to a boring thought that is immaculate in its appearance. But, just be careful out there.
And if you don’t see the typo in each instance, look again. Because no matter how tempted I was to put in an example that had no mistake in it, cooler heads prevailed.
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