I seem to only see people who consider themselves to be all high and mighty with no backing, or pvpers who think they are God's gift say this, but those who describe everything as "cute"
"Oh you tried but failed at killing that person? Cute."
"You're having an argument in general? You guys are cute."
"Trying to play a new spec or just practicing and underperforming? You're so cute."
Honestly I want to pick up a nail gun and go at the heads of everyone who uses that as a descriptive word for everything. Not a spelling mistake as such but a way of speaking that I wish to crush.
Not on-topic but I hate when people complain about pronunciation when they are using a bastardized version of the word. "Say it this way!" "Well then, write it properly!"
OT: Enchancement Shaman drives me absolutely mad.
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enchantment shamen wants to duel rouge in front of ogrimmar, please pst
"LF moar Sho ofa Nger"
and yes we had that in trade the other day took 5 tries to get it right.
Always choose a lazy person to do the difficult job!
He will find an easy way to do it.
I'm schizophrenic and alone... at least I got each other
People who like to use "u" instead of "you", it looks dumb.
especially those who at the end of a lost BG yell "u guys suck" or any other poorly spelled insult.
this is not only for wow, but
there and their - so many people getting that shit wrong
Rouge > Rogue.
Inscriptionist > Scribe.
Enchantment Shaman > Enhancement Shaman.
Transmorg > Transmog.
Loarderon > Lordaeron.
Dailys > Dailies.
Blacksmither > Blacksmith / Smith.
Dranei > Draenei.
I. Like. To. Kill. Things.
Ofc. Ruoge/Rouge instead of Rogue.
Utter hatred for that. /Ignore list np
This is something that did annoy me but it is not a typo. Just some Flavor Player
FOTM player: What class is the best at pvp and pve? I want to create a new character but it must be good
Me: Elemental Hunter
Troll1: Resto Rogue
Troll2: Retribution Shammy
FOTM player: Those class specs do not exist
Troll3: BM Warrior
American Dictionaries (online at least) seem to accept either pronunciation as okay, but you seem to be saying "I know how to pronounce the original word but I choose to pronounce it wrong because evil american english bastardized it!" Seems a bit silly to me.
As a kid I pronounced it mee lee because I didn't know any better. Now I say may lay because I do.
But yeah, a lot of people just don't have the same care for spelling as most of those in this thread. I've mostly learned to look past it, especially among guild members because it just irritates those people, and it won't change the way they type, so why bother.
I seriously thought it's enchantment over the year till now... Even when it was mentioned in patch notes or somewhere I read it as enchantment (because it's just a complicated word, so I always just run throw it and I thought enchantment is written there, just like the profession).enchantment shaman
So it's good to know that the shaman is not named after enchanters :O
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Run "throw" it eh... you should probably try to get your spelling right in the "spelling mistakes" thread. Who am I kidding though....
Definitely "Duel Spec".
Loose and lose. Is it really that hard to know the difference?
You wear "loose" clothing.
You will "lose" spell power if you gem agility on a mage.
English was my hated subject in school, yet I've become a neat freak about it now. :/
Simple Math - US-Andorhal
"Rouge" makes me want to punch something when I see it.
Rouge is pronounced "rooj." It is the French word for red and in English it refers to a type of make up.
My hatred seethes twice as hard when I see a rogue misspelling it. For freak sakes, its your goddamn class, you see the word every time you log in . . .
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I've been playing this game for six years now and it's not freaking Duskwallow Marsh?
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