A Basque in Boise

Spell checker: it’s free, it’s automatic. Just use it.

We’re all human, with our needs and desires, but that shouldn’t get in the way of proper writing. I know you’re horny and all, but seriously, you’d be amazed at how many girls are turned off by bad grammar and spelling mistakes. But before I go on…

Disclaimer 1: This post is Rated-R and might offend some people, namely Mormons and Melissa (comments section).
Disclaimer 2: I was just on Craigslist Casual Encounters for research purposes, so I could write this post.

You don’t want to waiste any time, I get it, but take a moment to spell check your “sex wanted” ad and thank me later. It’s cool that you like it when your friend with benifits is haveing fun too, and there is nothing wrong with looking for a women in mccall that isnt flakey. I even understand if sometimes you’re in the mood for a dirti girl. Just please, for the love of God, spell check the freaking thing! Can you really not see the red dotted lines underneath each butchered word?

So whether you are lookin for a coulpe lady’s or mabey just cuddle up to a movie, remember, spell checker is your friend. I bet you can double your chances of meeting that special woman of your night. And even if you end up alone on your couch again in front of Sportsman, you can always rejoice over a well-written ad.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Spell checker: it’s free, it’s automatic. Just use it.

  1. Diana

    Do you think that a porn movie with subtitles might help him improve his literacy? Just sayin’… And Melissa, if you are reading this, that proves your mind is dirty (not sure how it proves it, but I’m sure you love getting our attention, wherever you are).

  2. Diana

    Do you think that a porn movie with subtitles might help him improve his literacy? Just sayin’… And Melissa, if you are reading this, that proves your mind is dirty (not sure how it proves it, but I’m sure you love getting our attention, wherever you are).

  3. Steven Roosevelt

    I’m hearing the old country song, “Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places….”

  4. Steven Roosevelt

    I’m hearing the old country song, “Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places….”

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