I have a wild temptation to laugh at the different ways names are spelled, especially the difference between "Willie" and "Willy" (which reminds me of "Silly").
Try this one that "ScaryTaff" and I ran into recently - ST wrote a hub about "pasties" which in England are flaky pastries with all kinds of different ingredients inside. "Pasties" in the USA are the little small coverings for only a portion of a woman's breasts. Ummmm...wonder how that came about?
hahahaha (boy I wish I knew how to make the lauging face)
by Glen8 years ago
by Miss Rant A Lot2 years ago
Do you think spelling mistakes in your hubs go towards giving you a lower score?I have noticed that if I spell something the UK way it's underlined as wrong, such as socialise and monetise etc. I wonder if this is...
by Dave McClure8 years ago
Greetings All -Does anyone know if UK spellings in hub titles, labels, etc are recognised by search engines? E.g. I was going to add a label 'watercolour' to a hub then decided most folk would expect to see it without...
by Mark McKeown3 years ago
I am based in the UK and such I would use British spellings for words eg I would spell "flavour" rather than "flavor" . When writing Hubs that are aimed largely for the US market, should I use US...
by Baileybear5 years ago
I've finally hooked up to Google Analytics. Most of my traffic is from the US via Google. Does that mean I should use US spelling to attract more traffic? Or stick to UK spelling (as we use in New...
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