No spelling bee winners here!According to a Yahoo! article, we are a nation of horrible spellers, we can’t even spell the biggest retailer in this country correctly… Check out this list of common typo’s in the search engines.

  1. Wallmart (Wal-Mart)
  2. Rachel Ray (Rachael Ray)
  3. Amtrack (Amtrak)
  4. Hillary Duff (Hilary Duff)
  5. Katherine McPhee (Katharine McPhee)
  6. Britany Spears (Britney Spears)
  7. Geneology (Genealogy)
  8. Jaime Pressley (Jaime Pressly)
  9. Volkswagon (Volkswagen)
  10. Wikepedia (Wikipedia)
  11. William Sonoma (Williams-Sonoma)
  12. Tatoo (Tattoo)
  13. Travelosity (Travelocity)
  14. Elliot Yamin (Elliott Yamin)
  15. Kiera Knightley (Keira Knightley)
  16. Kelly Pickler (Kellie Pickler)
  17. Brittney Spears (Britney Spears)
  18. Avril Lavinge (Avril Lavigne)
  19. Rianna (Rihanna)
  20. Jordan Sparks (Jordin Sparks)

 

Internet Searchers Can’t Spell Common Searches! Serch? Intrnet? Idoit?
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One thought on “Internet Searchers Can’t Spell Common Searches! Serch? Intrnet? Idoit?

  • June 1, 2007 at 6:33 pm
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    Is it really fair to accuse America of such bad spelling when the evidence in question is mostly names? Several of those names have unusual spellings or alternate spellings that aren’t as common as the supposedly “wrong” spelling.

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