I am Reynante Octa, a new Hubber from the Philippines. I enjoy using Hubpages as a home for my personal opinions. As I getting acquainted with Hubpages I noticed some misspelled words at The Main Forum Areas. Here are the phrases that contain misspelled words;
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please please dont read anything i write, i can spell, but can not type well. I make mistakes all the time, and I know it. So there is no need for you to point them out. Thanks. And, try to have some fun.
I've fixed all the typos on that page that I can find. Thanks for reporting this.
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