When bad spelling trolls leave, new bad spellers (studies, JW's, JW lovers) arrive

by OnTheWayOut 77 Replies latest jw friends

  • OnTheWayOut

    They mostly all get it, Trevor Scott. It's just more fun for them to pretend I meant that bad spelling was a sign of trollness.

    If I had the power, I would smite this thread. I never make fun of the points made in others' threads.

  • undercover

    Meet the new trolls, same as the old trolls

    (with apologies to The Who)

  • Trevor Scott
    Trevor Scott

    undercover: We Won't Get Fooled Again!


  • daniel-p

    Am I the only one who assumes that the "new" trolls spell as badly as the "old" trolls because the new trolls ARE the old trolls.....

    I thought that was the point of the OP....

  • Trevor Scott
    Trevor Scott

    : I thought that was the point of the OP....

    K. So it wasn't just me. :)

  • Goshawk

    Shhhhhh nobody talk about the elephant in the room.

  • caliber

    ...I'm going to need lots of help & understanding

  • daniel-p

    Caliber, not just spelling... we're talking 3rd grade grammar. In that case, the offendee deserves as much Oxford dictionary bashing by Nazis as they get.

  • Hopscotch

    I realise that it's easy to make spelling mistakes when your focused on typing a post in a hurry


    the alarm bells ring in my head when a newbie posts that they have been a JW for years and they can't spell Jehovah


  • FlyingHighNow

    Many also don't seem to know the difference between there, their, and they're. These are very basic things which most people learn by the fifth grade.

    I don't think it's that they don't know the difference. When you are typing in a hurry, your brain doesn't necessarily give you the correct there, their or they're. Have you ever gone back and read a post you made, hours later and realized you you used the word to instead of too, as in too many? Or you typed their instead of there?

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