Friday, December 24, 2010

Spell Checking It Twice

(downtoearthgallery.net)

Ewe better watch out

Ewe better knot cry

Better knot pout

I'm telling ewe why

Santa Claws is coming two town

He's making a list

And checking it twice

Gonna fined out whose knotty and nice

Santa Claws is coming too town

He seize ewe when your sleeping

He nose when your awake

He nose if you've bin bad oar good

Sew bee good four goodness sake!

Based on the fact that spell check didn't highlight one word in this song, let's hope Santa doesn't solely rely on spell check when he checks his list twice. Katy might end up with Katie's doll house and Jeffrey might end up with Geoffrey's scooter.

As for you, I hope you get all the presence you asked for.

14 comments:

Jeffrey Beesler said...

It seems spellcheck also decided to take a holiday. Merry Christmas!

Summer Ross said...

lol, this was a fun read!

MartyrMom said...

sweet!

Amie Kaufman said...

Your two kind, hope ewe get watt your after as well!

Boonie S said...

Fairy amusing! Rude-Alf wood lerv it.

Happy holiday, Boonie

English said...

I would like to suggest you the writing tool that you may want to try... http://www.spellcheckertool.com/ where it's not just a spell checker, but also a grammar checker, style checker, etc.
^_^


Source(s): http://www.englishwriting.net/features/

Meg O. said...

Ewe our sew funny. Merry Christmas!!!

Hart Johnson said...

*snicker*, oh this was fabulous! So true that we not only have to spell right, but know WHICH WORD goes there!

Carolyn Abiad said...

Very cute! Happy holidays!

Diane J. said...

Cute! Hope your Christmas was merry. Here's to a wonderful New Year!

Amanda Sablan said...

Love it! Mary Chrissmus, er, I mean, New Yeers'!

Theresa Milstein said...

Ha! I hope you got all the presence you asked for too.

My dad used to sing: "You'd better not shout, I'm telling you why, Santa's claws are coming to town. He seizes you when you're sleeping."

Then he'd grab my neck.

Our Christmas was more like Halloween.

notesfromnadir said...

Great examples abound! That last line had 3 misspellings! I was impressed w/ fined as that 1 almost slipped by me. Almost!

Happy 2011! :)

William said...

Hi Jenny. I hope you are having a fun holiday and that you have a great new year.

Peace,

WB