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It’s something I see quite a lot, mainly in comment sections on social media and online forums. Someone posts a comment, someone else disagrees with it and then that person corrects the first person’s spelling. In most cases, it seems to be I actually disagree with the first person, and if the second person made an actual counterpoint rather than “Haha you can’t spell, it’s their, not there”, I’d probably agree with their counterpoint.
The first issue with those sorts of comments is simply they are petty and why would anyone resort to that level of pettiness so publicly when there is probably a decent counterpoint to whatever the misspeller has written? The people who write the “haha you can’t spell” comments clearly did not study AS Critical Thinking during their A Levels.
The second issue is that these “haha you can’t spell” comments are largely from one stranger to another. The spelling mocker doesn’t know the misspeller. They don’t know their personal circumstances. They don’t know if they have a learning disability. They don’t know if they were let down by the education system when they were a kid. They don’t know if they had to leave school early for whatever reason. 5 million adults in the UK are functionally illiterate and even in 2018, 1 in 5 children left primary school without being able to read and write properly. I’m sure if the misspeller was in one of those circumstances and the spelling mocker knew it, the chances are, they would feel terrible about it. The issue is the spelling mocker rarely thinks that the misspeller could be in one of those circumstances.
However, I have one exception for this anti-spelling mocking rule - people who complain about immigrants not speaking English well enough but then can’t spell in their own first language. To me, they’re fair game.
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Hear not the sounds of distraction
Drown out the unpleasant noise of another forcing their pleasure upon unwilling you
As you try to sit in man made silence, ponder why other’s feel it’s their right to draw you in when all you wish is to be left in peace
Days increase in number for such accourences
Before you know it, you will be annoyed every single day
The count down starts each time, how long will I suffer today
Now, what if the tables were turned, what if they needed peace and quiet…
How would they feel knowing that those around had no idea of common decency and respect
Dare not speak out in fear of greater retaliation to come
Stuck, feel trapped in a space you should or did at one time call your own
Hear not the sounds of distractions, each day you feel as if you live in a time bomb
Why must I listen to you and you not to me in kind
Why must I…
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