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  • Submitted by kiteskiteskites on Sep 5, 10 at 2:21pm

    Spelt is a word. Our generation is too fucking lazy to look up a word in the dictionary before correcting someone though.

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      Submitted by Madeline55 on Sep 5, 10 at 3:58pm

      Wow yeah Spelt is a word but the point is it makes no sense in this context and makes the person using it look completely unintelligent.

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        Submitted by kiteskiteskites on Sep 5, 10 at 4:10pm

        How is it out of context?

        • Submitted by Madeline55 on Sep 5, 10 at 6:08pm

          Well it's an ancient wheat... how does it make any sense in that sentence? It also means to split wood, but yeah the correct word is "spelled". The only way it would make sense is if that person was from Britain... Just saying.

          • Submitted by bmilk on Sep 5, 10 at 7:14pm

            Lol, "Spelt" or "Spelled" can be used for the past tense of spell. And what does being in Britain have to do with anything? English is English.

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              Submitted by Jughead on Sep 5, 10 at 11:33pm

              "Spelt" is a legitimate alternative to "spelled." But, it does sound a bit uneducated, so it's odd to hear it in the context of attacking someone else's grammar/spelling/etc. So...I agree with all of you.

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              Submitted by royaltea on Sep 12, 10 at 5:23pm

              Clearly you must be some sort of an idiot. There is British English and there is American English (as well as different English dialects and different countries that speak English as a second language) so no, English is not English.

          • Submitted by Mazanco on Sep 6, 10 at 9:06pm

            The word is "spelled" in the USA, and "spelt" in Canada, Europe, Australia, Commonwealth, Africa, and Asia...

  • Submitted by mjo on Sep 5, 10 at 1:21pm

    Sure spelt is a word. It's just old b

  • Submitted by waterdrops on Sep 5, 10 at 5:33pm

    Spelt is a word, more common in England than here in America. Doesn't make it wrong. I think it sounds better than "spelled"

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 6, 10 at 2:22pm


  • Submitted by daynalareyna on Sep 6, 10 at 3:39pm

    it's like "dreamt" and "dreamed"... the latter ia more common in the states... big deal.

  • Submitted by amonymous on Sep 5, 10 at 4:53pm

    Always check your blind spots folks, for she is Sue E. Sidle. Sue may be her name, but sidling is her game.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 7, 10 at 10:36pm

    No he didnt dumb ass

  • Submitted by A__C on Sep 5, 10 at 1:22pm

    I'm going to he'll for laughing this hard at this text... It's just fucking hilarious!!!! Also, may get fired, laughing this loudly is frowned upon in front of the customers...

  • Submitted by gracey3000 on Sep 5, 10 at 1:19pm

    Spelt isn't a word, oh master of spelling.

  • Submitted by gracey3000 on Sep 5, 10 at 1:21pm

    I believe the word you're looking for is "spelled."

  • Submitted by Carliquin on Sep 5, 10 at 2:19pm

    Your spelling is just an embarrassment, go kill yourself.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 7, 10 at 5:46pm

    Wow... Kinda hypocritical considering u spelled "spelt" wrong

  • Submitted by Reikage_Sanshi on Sep 5, 10 at 11:08pm

    Wow people need to chill on how some words are used in context and spelling things. I'm not the best speller at times and the way this world uses grammar is just poor and people just go with the flow of it.

  • Submitted by Maze95 on Sep 5, 10 at 1:16pm


  • Submitted by Tash on Sep 8, 10 at 2:39am

    It can be either spelt or spelled- like burnt and burned. Spelt and burnt are more common in England, though.

  • Submitted by ly0ntamer on Sep 5, 10 at 6:25pm

    That's just wrong. But I laughed my ass off. The fuckin' grammar Nazi is on the other side of the 'suicide textline'. Wow way to hear that cry for help OP

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    Submitted by canadaxoxo on Dec 20, 10 at 4:49am

    Nonetheless ... I love getting texts of suicide. It makes me feel better about my life

  • Submitted by taylorfromspace on Sep 6, 10 at 2:35pm

    Oh, the things a dedicated English major struggles with.