Obnoxious Facebook Grammar Corrections For Essays

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“Did you use any editing tools?” “Yes ... the red and green squiggly lines in Word.”

“Please tell me spell check is somehow broken. ” “ … I haven’t used that since 2008 … ”

Whenever the internet devours brands for making typos more cringeworthy than my parents’ joint Facebook account, I picture these conversations ensuing between writers and supervisors.

Because even though they have access to a stockpile of grammar and spelling tools, they still let typos or poor grammar creep into their copy.

Download our free writing style guide here to eliminate typos and grammatical errors from your own writing.

I empathize with these unlucky writers, though. Typos are inevitable. Sometimes, they tiptoe into my blog posts, and there’s nothing I can do about the embarrassment except lock myself in the nap room and wail into a pillow.

But the 20 pen slips below were so hilarious and shocking that my laughter pierced through all my colleagues' noise-canceling headphones. I couldn't stop chuckling at these editing blunders.

So, although our hearts sting for these writers, we decided to share their hysterical typos and grammatical errors. Hopefully, they'll forget the pain and laugh with us too.

20 Funny Typos, Grammatical Errors & Spelling Mistakes

1) We're having a little trouble imagining this.

Image Credit: 11 Points

2) Just found out The Purge actually happened.

Image credit: ViralNova

3) "When I grow up, I want to be a technincian!"

Image Credit: WCPO

4) If you think about it, it is original.

Image Credit: Slice

5) Best headline since "Headless Body in Topless Bar".

Image credit: The Guardian

6) Ironic Twitter shaming: a dish best served cold.

7) The few and the proud.

Image credit: ViralNova

8) The one-two typo punch ...

First, the poster:

Image credit: JimRomensko.com

Then, the apology tweet:

Image credit: The Chronicle of Higher Education

9) We wouldn't take one.

Image credit: Cheezburger

10) Did someone actually name their kid Sport?

Image credit: Flickr

11) Well, at least they admit to their mistakes.

Image credit: Jazarah!

12) Did they edit this ad in a New York minute?

Image credit: Engrish and Funny Typos

13) The ultimate silver lining.

Image credit: ViralNova

14) Apparently, floor cloth won him seven Tour de Frances.

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