14 Things That Go Through Your Head When You Can't Spell
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14 Things That Go Through Your Head When You Can't Spell

The chronicles of a bad speller.

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14 Things That Go Through Your Head When You Can't Spell

No one can deny that spell check saves lives but what happens when it leaves you out to dry? What happens when even the dictionary has no idea what you're talking about and google dumps you? I give you, a close look at what it feels like to be bad at spelling.

1. Sure, this looks right

Definitely ... right?

2. But then you see the red line

I quit.

3. When you change a few letters and feel confident about it

That's definitely right now.

4. But the red line is still there

WHY?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!!??!?!

5. And even spell check taps out

Spell check: "No Spelling Suggestions"

6. You start to wonder if you're cut out for school at all

Is it too late to drop out?


6. You question your life choices

I should've studied in first grade like everyone else.

8. So you go to google

Did you mean ... NO

9. And even google can't help you

What do you mean no suggestions?

10. And you're stuck staring at the red line wondering why you?

This is how it ends.

11. You realize you would never make it on Wheel of Fortune

It'll have to be deal or no deal.

12. And you realize why you stink at crosswords

I guess it's going to have to be sudoku.

13. You think of synonyms that you could use instead

Why try to sound smart?


14. But then you make a last ditch effort to change it and it works so you feel like

Genius.


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