The idea that 80 percent of the Internet would survive the first round in a third-grade spelling bee has to rank among the most ludicrous fantasies ever concocted by humankind. We imagine that Harris Poll, which conducted the survey for Dictionary.com, would have drawn different conclusions if they had waded into the world of words as they’re actually spelled on Twitter. Behold, and weep.
Never take anything for granite cause you won't even realize it until it's too late, so be kind and loving to your family and friends always— Meghan Flaugh ⚽ (@megflaugh) August 17, 2015
THERES A COUPLE MAKING OUT BEHIND ME IN THE LIEBARY EW EW EWWWWEWW WHAT GHELL— a (@dearangelhs) May 1, 2015
All these pet of files are gonna burn in hell.— brat. (@MaddieeClairee) August 20, 2015
We don't need any more illegal immigrint migrant workers here,we already have enough cherry pickers in the Obama Admin & DC #KellyFile— ❌Mean Mr Mustard❌ (@GalaxySojourn) August 6, 2015
HEY MOM COULD YOU NOT VACUME THE HOUSE AT MIDNIGHT WHILE TRYING TO SLEEP. THANKS— Äbbÿ 👑 (@abby_sanches) August 20, 2015
@Malri79 just because you don't like the truth doesn't mean that people who read it are not educated..that's showing your ignorants— Tina foley (@tinafoley17) July 30, 2015
As for your high school friends on Facebook…it’s probably best not to look.
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