is it normal to be turned off by spelling mistakes

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Yes, while we're on the topic, one question mark is sufficient.
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I defiantly think so
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I defiantly think so
Did you mean 'definitely'?
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I defiantly think so
Lol if you meant 'definitely'.

And in response to original poster, yes, poor spelling and grammar are certainly a turn-off for many people.
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They always bug me, especially GRAMMAR. I'll never get over grammar. Wouldn't say it's a turn off, just mildly infuriating.
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(Original post by whoisjohngalt?)
And in response to original poster, yes, poor spelling and grammar are certainly a turn-off for many people.
Um, your second comma here is misplaced.
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Yed.
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Nah. I’d just correct them if possible. I can be their own personal teacher.
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I'm borderline dyslexic so I can't help it.
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(Original post by Maven Writers)
Did you mean 'definitely'?
(Original post by whoisjohngalt?)
Lol if you meant 'definitely'.
r/whoosh
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It coyld be due to quick typinf.
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It coyld be due to quick typinf.
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Bro, I am turned on by spelling misakes.
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Yes. I also get annoyed when people like you don't capitalise the first word as per your thread title.
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(Original post by urlocalinmate)
They always bug me, especially GRAMMAR. I'll never get over grammar. Wouldn't say it's a turn off, just mildly infuriating.
How many times did you edit your post to make sure it was grammatically correct?
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How many times did you edit your post to make sure it was grammatically correct?
Grind total of I.
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(Original post by urlocalinmate)
Grind total of I.
Grand total of one?
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