Thursday, December 13, 2007

Revelation Part 2

I've been writing "entry" wrong for months every time I use the word "entry fee" for econ homework. Apparently entree and entry are not the same thing.

Entree is a dish. I must have been subconsciously hungry whenever I wrote that down.


I'm seriously wondering how I got in to college if I can't even pronounce pseudonym or know the difference between entry and entree.

12 comments:

Jello on Springs said...

Aww if it makes you feel any better i often confuse "coach" and "couch" when I'm typing....and I'm an English major =/

Emma said...

Heh. I like entrees. I do not like entries, because "entries," as you say, imply econ work. Entrees, however, imply delicious platefuls of meat and potatoes. Mmm.

schminnie said...

oh, well. It happens to the best of us I guess. I mean Ive gone quite a few years without knowing how to spell Buffalo and Apparel...

N said...

I still get center/centre wrong.

Vintage Bunny said...

My excuse is that I cant type !!!I can spell but never took typing lessons !

Vintage Bunny said...

Oh and the Indian way of spelling is differant from the US way !!!So its not my fault!

The Clothes Horse said...

Oh, you are so delightful.

Jackie said...

haha
entree. with an accent.
entry... sounding like how entree should sound.

Linda said...

hhaha
entree is pronounced on-tray
and entry is pronounced in-tree

but I guess the words aren't used that common, so you're good!

Heather said...

Hey, I can't pronounce pseudonym either. My friend Nick Asshole caught me in the act today.

Patent Shoes && Rants said...

Eh it doesn't matter either way. Because when youu talk about it no one knows how its spelled.

Its sad- Really. When you're gonna get out of college you probably won't even know your name. Don't worry about those confusing wordss =).

xoxoxoxoxoxo

the iron chic said...

eh. The dictionary is not a bible.