I honestly had no idea really. How's it supposed to be spelled? Now I have to search it hahaha!I always thought it had to do with both what it means and the fact you work at an ad company.Mike
Yep. That's exactly right. Unfortunately, I don't work in the proofreading department. :)
Probly 'cuz I kint red. I jist luk at tha purty pitchers 'n larf.
Who knew? I guess that's why I always try to hit the spell check button before I hit send.
haha i would have had no idea!! i'm an awful speller, i have to have my coworkers read my emails before i send them out to clients. i'm notorious for calling our client brian, brain... oops...um this is my first post on a blog ever.. so um yeah
It could be worse. You could have named your band Sig Transit Gloria like...um...the band Sig Transit Gloria, and have everyone constantly reminded by Google: "Did you mean: sic transit gloria?"Pwned, as the kiddies say, by Merriam and Webster.
BecauseA) Didn't notice, andB) If I had noticed, I probably would have thought you were going for irony based on the "writing wrongs" subtitle.B.P.S. How were you spelling it before, because my Random House dictionary is spelling it "ad nauseam."
I was spelling it "ad nauseUm." With a "u". 'Cause I'm stoopid.
Hey Matt, Yer mizpelling Ad Nauseum. U writ it now Ad Nauseam.[Actually, I hadn't noticed the mistake...]
Well then, there you go. The "um" ending is a lot more common in latin - at least that's the way I remember my high school latin - than "am" so I would have looked at it and not given it a second thought.
Yeah I have to say I thought you spelled it wrong on purpose as well.
Ah so you goofed, it happens. =) To take a quote of sorts from Bad Santa: 'Shit happens when you party naked!'
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