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Old 11-26-16, 09:45 AM
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Old 11-26-16, 09:48 AM
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Nobody can spell anymore. A lost ark.
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Oh...As I clicked on this thread I envisioned something along the lines of an old bike converted into some sort of Lazy Susan using the wheels to serve condiments on the Thanksgiving dinner table.

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Originally Posted by Wildwood View Post
Nobody can spell anymore. A lost ark.
For those of us who *can* spell, autocorrect creates more errors than it fixes. Not saying the guy who posted the ad can spell, but 'condiment' screams autocorrect.
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Old 11-26-16, 01:07 PM
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I once saw an ad for a couch listed that it had been "maliciously cared for" instead of meticulously.
A different couch labelled it as a "fruiton"
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Originally Posted by SkyDog75 View Post
For those of us who *can* spell, autocorrect creates more errors than it fixes. Not saying the guy who posted the ad can spell, but 'condiment' screams autocorrect.
Nobody proof reads anymore. A lost ark.
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At least the bike looks in tack.
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I don't get it.

Perhaps I'll get my magnifying glass out so that I can read the screen cap and enjoy the joke.
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Perhaps I'll get my magnifying glass out so that I can read the screen cap and enjoy the joke.
IKR, and I am looking at it on a large iMac desktop.
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I was expecting a ketchup-and-mustard colored Cannondale like the one I just posted in another thread


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AUTOCORRECT / AUTOSPELL / AUTOCOMPLETE, GGRRRRRRRR, Don't. Even. Get. Me. Started. Almost as bad as Coyotes.



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At least we can be thankful it wasn't a condemned bike.
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Good condiment = nobody can ketchup to it.
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Condiments? Like Rocky, I never use 'em. And on a bike? That's just weird.


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I spelt it write, this eye no 'cause my spell chequer told me sew.
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Originally Posted by SkyDog75 View Post
For those of us who *can* spell, autocorrect creates more errors than it fixes. Not saying the guy who posted the ad can spell, but 'condiment' screams autocorrect.
Not necessarily. Maybe it was ridden by a little old lady who only rode it to the hot dog stand and she meant to say condiment.

Hey, anything's possible.




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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
I was expecting a ketchup-and-mustard colored Cannondale like the one I just posted in another thread


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No, man that bike is just slathered with awesome sauce!

Have a pickle trike to go with it:
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Originally Posted by _ForceD_ View Post
Oh...As I clicked on this thread I envisioned something along the lines of an old bike converted into some sort of Lazy Susan using the wheels to serve condiments on the Thanksgiving dinner table.

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