The word is spelled "ridiculous" not "rediculous".

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Buzzing Beekeeper

Also, it’s INVITATIONS not INVITES.

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Honey bee

@RunnerBride13:  LMAO! When you post a grammar Nazi thread, you’re bound to make a mistake yourself, OP.

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Honey bee

More recently…”n” does not equal “and”.

This has been the scariest thing I’ve seen around these parts lately.  In many many instances.

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Busy bee

It usually annoys me to see “weird” spelled “wierd”.  It’s just weird.

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Helper bee

“Congradulations”?! It is congratulations!

 

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Helper bee

@nickels:  What I find even funnier and more annoying…people who pronounce ridiculous as “riddic-uh-lous“, rather than “riddic-you-lus”.  Get’s me every time!

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Bumble bee

Hilarious not halarious

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Bee Keeper

Definitely, not definately/defanately/defiantly…

Also, YOU + ARE = you’re, and your shows posession… example:  You’re going to your party.

THEY + ARE = they’re, their shows posession, and there refers to a location… example: They’re putting their coats over there.

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Honey Beekeeper

You are going to have a terrible headache from pounding your head against this brick wall!

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