Friday FUN Time!

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Mine is the word “for,” but only when typing. It come out “ofr” most of the time. No idea why.

You?

Post your answer in the comments section below – and have fun this weekend!

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16 thoughts on “Friday FUN Time!

  1. Also, “from” comes out “form” a lot. Character always needs a spell check because I tend to leave out an A somewhere.

    Just everything. Al teh wrods, basically.

  2. Quite vs quiet – I never can remember which is which – it is so bad, I have this sticky note on my screen that has the definitions 🙁

  3. I cannot get necessary out without spellcheck. Don’t know why. But I mistype the a lot and randomly capitalize A when it’s the second letter in a word with a capital first letter.

    1. Oh my gosh! I have one of those. I can’t think of what it is but it something like that, like Mississippi or Tallahassee, one of those where I’m halfway through it and all of a sudden I forget where I am and type like 10 extra letters…

  4. Geese, I have to limit myself to just one? When I am on a roll my brain works faster than my flying fingers. Whole words are omitted, spell check begins to exceed it’s buffer and editing becomes a decoding exercise.

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