To whom it may concern

Stop telling me I am spelling colour wrong.

I am not, its the right way to spell it

Also favourite, enough with the red line underneath it, I have enough difficulty spelling the damn word, without getting it right only for you to tell me its wrong.

Neighbour, come on, its right. I have changed the settings on my computer, so I know its not my laptop.

Yet you still insist on the fact those are wrong.ย  you don’t have a problem with words like phone, knee, know,

Why don’t you like the letter U? What did it do to offend you?

 

Yours sincerely

Trina

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18 Responses to To whom it may concern

  1. V says:

    Are people really criticizing you on how you spell words? If on’y people who used American English knew how wrong they were…

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Amanda Cade says:

    My computer has the option to set my language to American English or British English. Does yours have that setting? It sounds like yours is checking for American spellings when it needs to be checking for British.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Darlene says:

    It annoys me too. Canadians use British spelling.

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  4. Generally ones keyboard is set for the country they live in. That can be changed. As far as American English being โ€œincorrectโ€, it all depends on which side of the pond you are on.

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  5. Carol Anne says:

    Lol Trina! I am with you on this! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Liked by 1 person

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