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    I'm sorry, but I don't understand what is wrong with people who insist on spelling [ridiculous incorrectly. It's not even like it sounds like an e when you say it! Nobody actually says it "Rediculous!" do they? So why do so many people seem to ******* spell it like that!

    /rant over
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    You know, I've very rarely seen it spelt like that. But it's the same with lots of words (can't think of any examples right now). I'm afraid we just have to deal with it!
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    I can deal with it, I just refuse to do so silently! I will moan about it till my throat is hoarse and my fingers are nothing but bloody nubs!
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    (Original post by RobertPires)
    I can deal with it, I just refuse to do so silently! I will moan about it till my throat is horse and my fingers are nothing but bloody nubs!
    That's a rediculous way to do it :no:

    Do a silent protest and don't post on TSR.
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    I dunno, but it literally makes my face go like this when I see it:

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    That picture literally embodies what my soul does whenever someone spells it like that. Well, if I had a soul that is....
 
 
 
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