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Thursday, April 27, 2006

And Misspell Should Be Spelled "Mispell"

Ate a pancake this morning. Do you think "Iraq" is misspelled? I think it ought to be spelled Eee'rahck, but I can't seem to coerce anyone into caring. I just wish we had some discernable priorities regarding countries that force us to misspell their names. Seychelles, for instance. Also Maldives. Also some other places I can't remember right now. I'm on my way to the kitchen to prepare a sandwich.


Blogger Nessa said...

We should refuse to discuss anything related to them until the spell their names correctly.

What kind of sambitch did you make?

4:02 PM  
Blogger Fred said...


Nobody is going to care about how you would like things spelled. I would say why but I'm hungry now.

7:22 PM  
Blogger Ivan the Terrible said...

And while we're on the subject, "misspelled" should be "misspelt".

4:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Iraq isn't misspelled, it is mispronounced by many semi-literate borderline-retards like Bush. It is pronounced (as you said) eee-rahk. NOT "eye-rack". Same with Iran, pronounced eee-rahn and NOT "eye-ran". Sheesh. No wonder other industrialized countries look at Americans in amazement and shake their heads when we want to invade a country and aren't even smart enough to be able to pronounce its name correctly. But what do we expect when we have a president who can't even pronounce "nuclear"?

2:47 PM  

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