Unnecessary preoccupation with spelling
Spelling is nahccesary in compiling website names.
An incorrect spelling of "god moding" used only by retards who don't know the proper term.
Idiot: "Ur tottalee god modding!!!!!11"
Intelligent Fellow: "You're an idiot. The proper spelling is god moding as in god mode of video game lore."
A person on the Internet that uses proper spelling and grammar. They usually dwell on forums or other social websites and correct the grammar/spelling of, or insult those who have improper grammar or spelling.
The Grammar Nazi will be hated by the person targeted by "He who spells". The "victim" will usually resort to useless insults.
It is a sophisticated form of trolling. The end result is serving the duty of the Grammar Nazi, and causing the idiot to be enraged.
(Assuming this takes place on YouTube. GN = Grammar Nazi.)
Person: "dat vid was sooo tight man u r a genius. da vid iz funny cuz its tru"
GN: "Excuse me. Did you take elementary school English classes? It seems that your sentence has many spelling and punctuation mistakes.
Person: "*response or private message* hey man wat da hell iz wrong with u? just cuz u no how 2 spell doesnt make u ne smarter. u r probably a virgin or gay. hahaha. u cant even get gurlz. deres no reason 2 b a grammer nazi"
GN: "Well, it might not make me smarter, but it definitely makes you dumber. Don't even get me started on the mistakes in that response."
*to self* "Success."
the ultimate butterface
Butterface: omg she is such a tori spelling
a stupid, incorrect, alternate way to spell "fail".
1) the way a person who usually fails in spelling spells fail.
2) what you call someone who is a bad speller.
person1: lol, thats hilarius.
person2: you mean hilarious.
person1: damn, what a phialle. xD
person1: did you hear they only got 30/100 on their spelling test last week?
person2: yeah, they're such a phialle.
(noun) Someone who constantly corrects other people's spelling and grammar.
My girlfriend is such a dominerdtrix. She's always checking my spelling or giving me grammar pointers.
The way the British and the Canadian spell certain words.
This way of spelling was made first therefore, it is considered right to many, whereas the American spelling of the English language is considered wrong because it was made afterwards.
Many people would even go as far as saying those from the United States are spelling things differently because they are lazy and/or uneducated.
An example is how those from the United States spell these words: Colour, Centre, Honour, favourite, odour, etc.
like Color, center, honor, favorite, and odor, etc.
If I had learned to spell them the "Correct" way I probably would have, although I didn't therefore I spell them the American way.
The people from the U.S. today learned to spell these words that way, because some English mofo that moved here in the past didn't like his own language and decided to change it to a way that made more sense to him and the other English mofos that moved here at the time.
Personally, I think "Colour" makes more sense as well as "Favourite"
I'm sorry, but "Centre" makes no fucking sense.
I don't know what people were thinking, seriously.
I hope my disgusting, ignorant American English doesn’t offend anyone too badly. After all, I clearly wasn't educated enough to spell things the "right" way!
"Correct" English spelling: Colour
"Incorrect" English spelling: Color