Post # 1
This is a ridiculous question. I understand that even before asking it.
However, in my mind, if you love something, and you want to extend the sound for emphasis, it would be LOOOOOOVE. However, online I generally see LOVEEEEEE, which would translate to me as luv-eeeeee. Is that weird? Am I weird (I can totally understand if you say yes)? Is the standard writing of this spoken word LOOOOOVE or LOVEEEEEE?
Post # 2
echomomm : is it weird? yes. does it bother me, too? also yes.
Post # 3
echomomm : I haven’t seen loveeee but I’m pretty sure I would haaaaaaaate that 😆 loveeeeee doesn’t make as much sense as loooooove
Post # 4
My friends and I often just extend out the last letter of whatever word when doing this for emphasis. So it would be doggggg, tacooooo, hawaiiiii, whatever. I think trying to be phonetic is a lot of effort when people are usually joking around when they type such things. But we also sometimes just add on some !!!!1!!1! for emphasis also as a joke, so maybe we aren’t the best people to ask…
Post # 5
Oh god. How many times have I thought the same thing. I’m just glad to know I’m not the only one and no, I don’t think it’s weird! The ”loveeeeee” thing makes me crazy. The correct way to spell what is attempting to be eexpressed, I believe, is indeed “looooooooove”. Too funny.
Post # 8
Yes it is so silly and illogical, but l am personally far more affected by ‘alot’ for a lot, and ‘apart of’ for a part of. I try not to be, but it gets me every time. So does ‘effect’ for affect as in ‘it shouldn’t effect me ‘.
Post # 9
echomomm : It drives me nuts too. Or drawing out a consonant that doesn’t work that way, like “anddddddddddd”. It should be either aaaaaaaaand or annnnnnnnnnd. Andddddddddd makes a machine gun sounds. lmao
Post # 10
Daisy_Mae : amazingggggg and everythingggggg annoy me too
Post # 11
How about “I shouldn’t of done that” instead of “I shouldn’t have done that”. And “me and my boyfriend ” instead of “my boyfriend and I”. Those are like nails on a chalkboard to me.
Post # 12
lol all of the above are nails on a chalkboard for me.
You’re and your as well.
Also, not a misspelling but when someone repeatedly refers to their partner by nickname during the course of conversation. My honey, my babe, my sexy babe. Bonus chalkboard points if you combine this with bad grammar Me and my honey …..Affection is nice of course, but dial down the schmoopiness.
Post # 13
I know im no saint and don’t always write with the best grammar, but i cant stand it when simple words get mixed up.
For example, Aisle and isle. I’d like to think you’re not walking down an island! Another one is Hen Due instead of Do. Nothing is “due” to anyone!
Post # 14
That’s an odd one, never saw ‘due’ for ‘do’ anywhere! Must happen ‘alot’ in something l’m not ‘apart’ of lol. I couldn’t ‘of’ missed it , that would be ‘to’ unlikely….
Post # 15
Bee’s I need your advice!!
kills me every. single. time.