I am pretty good at spelling and words. It bothers me when people can't use correct English. Like this guy texts me and he says this: "I like it to......." instead of saying: "I like it too." He's gone now. Too ignorant.Yet another spelling natsee rant. Lately, it seems that folks don’t understand the difference in these words. So for the sake of my personal sanity (sigh) allow me to assist:
SIGHT: That sure was a sight to see. Let’s go take in the sights later. That gunsight just won’t zero.
SITE: That’s the wrong site for that building. I’ll be on-site next week.
CITE: I need you to cite the source of that quote.
Please at least TRY to use them correctly. Please?
Dr Oz said your poo should look like an S or something. I’m lucky to make punctuation from mine.....those dots make you seem more pensive...really they do...you might try an ellipsis occasionally...or even an aposiopesis...just to leave them doubting their own erudition...
In times past, it was useful to have a pastime to help pass time.I see what you've done here and it is a sight for sore eyes, and definitely a welcome addition to this site, and one that will undoubtedly find itself cited often as we move forward.
But, I still don't get passed and past. Whittling, for instance is a past time that is employed as a pass time? I just don't understand. I also don't whittle. I might, if only I could lay this issue aside and let it lie. . .
What a way to go!Another one similar to passed and past, is a mashup of the two. I've seen people post that someone "pasted away"....and I know it's terrible to get a giggle out of that but my mental image is of someone with a tub of Elmer's and a wooden ice cream spoon, chowing down.