Post # 1
It’s “couples counseling”
Not counceling, councilling, counsilling, or councelling.
Man I feel like an asshole.
I know that English isn’t everyone’s first language. But you’d be surprised how difficult it is to take someone seriously when they suggest “counsilling.”
You’re on a computer/ phone anyway, why not just do a quick google search before posting?
People misspell things all the time. It’s not that big of a deal. But this is a wedding/ relationship website, and we should know how to spell counseling or the difference between fiance and fiancee!
Post # 4
lol how about when you see “finance” instead. Autocorrect gone wrong? I’ve seen it a couple times more than I think I should have
Post # 5
@Chrysoberyl: LOL. Girl after my own heart.
For my friend’s wedding, I actually responded to an e-mail chain about the bachelorette party in the same manner. A fellow Bridesmaid or Best Man said she’d be “balling” on the wedding day. Pretty sure she meant “bawling,” but I had to insert the definitions of each just to be sure.
Made for a good laugh, though!
Post # 6
I’m on an iPod 95% of the time I post on here. This site is not iPod friendly, so often times I end up sending a post with a bunch of typos. As long as I get my point across, I don’t give a crap. 🙂
Post # 8
yeah, sorry. If I’m turnnig in something to by boss, I spell check and double check all my spelling. But off the clock-durring my fun time- I’m going to relax and missspell at will.
Post # 9
Actually in the UK it’s ‘counselling’ with a double ‘l’ 😉
Post # 10
I can say that I don’t really pay attention to the spelling and grammar mistakes, unless it is so bad that I can not read it. I tend to ramble when I comment and then edit after, but sometimes things get through. *shrug*
Post # 11
that’s why I say “therapy”
I can’t spell the other word to save my life
Post # 12
“counseling” or “counselling” are actually both correct.
Post # 13
@HisAngel: actually depending on context, advise is spelled correctly.
to give counsel to; offer an opinion or suggestion as worthfollowing:
I advise you to be cautious.
Post # 14
@barbie86: YOU’RE CRAZY! CRAZY I TELL YOU!
I’m just kidding XD. I don’t mind things like that.
@Rubbs: I see that dog and I imagined he was cheering me on with the YOU GO GIRL. Hahahaha
@PinkAndPearls2013: Oh my gosh yes! Ahahaha. Sometimes when I read too fast I see it as “finance.” My fiance and I actually call each other that sometimes!
@BlondeBee: Maybe she thought she’d be so cool, she’d be absolutely balling? Hahaha
@susi_petunia: I have trouble with it on my phone too! But usually the trouble is that it autocorrects to the WRONG word. So.. nothing is misspelled.. it just.. doesn’t make any freakin sense! Hahaha!
@HisAngel: You need some advize 😀
@MissFireFlower: I have to say.. I read that as a command. Ready cannons.. misspell at will!
@Cady: Well yeah things like that happen. But I’ll see a really long post and the word is spelled 4 different ways in it. Or just one sentence.
“You guys need cowncilling.”
Post # 15
@MissSangria: Advise is correct when used as a verb. When someone is advised to do something they are receiving advice, which is a noun.
Post # 16
@ltcolumbo: No I know that. But it doesn’t have that second C! That dang second C!!