ANSWERS: 5
  • 1-24-2017 Sometimes you get out of sequence and hit the 'h' key twice and the 'o' key once when you meant 'h' once and 'o' twice. And then you get the 'i' before the 'd' instead of after. It was supposed to say "hoodie". And I can vouch that that exact sequence (with different letters) happens all the d*m time!
    • Nosmo King
      I would never have guessed that, Jewels, and do you know why? Because it doesn't look as if it would be pronounced like "hoodie", that's why. From that, how did you know it was supposed to say "hoodie"?
    • Jewels Vern
      I'm older'n dirt and I have to proofread everything I do for that exact reason.
    • Nosmo King
      I proofread my own postings before I post them, but even so I would never have guessed that "hhoide" was really supposed to be "hoodie".
  • How do you pronounce that? Lol:)
  • I haven't the foggiest idea. It doesn't look like an English word.
  • My first guess was 'hemorrhoid', but Jewels Vern must be right.
    • Nosmo King
      It is spelt "haemorrhoid" actually, iwnit. Look: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/haemorrhoids/Pages/What-is-it-page.aspx
    • iwnit
      Nosmo King: thank you for your feedback. You are giving me the British spelling, I was using the American spelling. See there: - https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/hemorrhoid - https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hemorrhoid
    • Nosmo King
      I am familiar with the differences between British and American spellings, but that particular word was not one that I was aware of. Besides, I thought you were French, not American.
  • Someone miskeyed hoodie. lol.

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