A well-written tween novel by Ingrid Law, recommended for grades 4-7 about living with magical powers, or Savvies.
"What's your favorite savvy from the book?"
"Oh definitely the ability to see and feel radio waves. It's so cool!"
A typo of "fail" that turned into something much more.
"Wow, you're a fail," doesn't sound like "wow, you're a fayl," Now does it?
A cool way to say "Hi there," most commonly used in chat rooms.
1.) Bob: Hai der, Joe, hows you?
Joe: I is good, you?
2.) Tagging on the "der" makes it sound much better. See here:
"Hai der, Sue!" sounds much better than "Hi there, Sue." Get what I mean?