teh, I actually just started that habit it and it drives me nuts now! I used to be really good at typing things right until just recently, my brain thinks way faster than I can type it kinda creeps me out!
'Too' is mine, more of a grammatical problem than a typo, I've just never been able to get my ahead around the difference between 'to' and 'too'. Beginners stuff I know but my brain has to really think about it.
I've been typing for years and years; but, for some reason, every time I try to type "activities" it comes out "actvities" (and that includes that first "activities" I just typed and had to correct ). I need to learn not to use that word (but it's surprising how often it seems to come up).
Oh, it could be any word. I get typing so fast that sometimes my thumb gets caught up with my index finger. It will take hours to get them untangled. By then I have already hit, by accident mind you, the submit button and the rest is history.
Whenever I type a word that begins with the letters "c" and "o," and the word is supposed to be capitalized, I end up typing both the "c" and the "o" as capital letters but not the rest of the word. Example: COunty. I also tend to have trouble capitalizing the word "I" for some reason.
I transpose letters a lot when typing certain words, like so many others who responded here, such as "thnaks," "sned," "adn" and "hte." I'm actually a good speller, I just can't type to save my life.
For some odd reason I developed this thing about which/wich (?) and I have an its/it's issue, I admit it! (It's hard to admit for an English M.A., but really! I know the difference between the two, it's just something about remembering to put in the ('), really.)
Sometimes, I screw up the spacing - it's like I hit the space bar too early because I'm thinking of the next word while typing the current one and it leads to something like "And today I wen to the store a nd bought some cheese an dcrackers."
I have been here on HP over 3 years, and still don't fully comprehend the concept! I get that they are words and/or phrases that reflect the content of your article, aren't tags, and that they're not to be...