When misspelling five letter words, do you shrug or sneeze?
Neither. I bow my head in greif. If that's not sufficient, I shed buckets of crocodile teers.
I would fix it. But my question is why would someone sneeze.
by Steve Andrews 10 years ago
I am wondering what the rules are exactly, not because I use such words a lot but because I am thinking of doing a hub on famous people I have met and how they didn't or did turn out as I'd imagined. Captain Beefheart and Marc Bolan were two music ' heros' of mine I met but I didn't end up having a...
by Jo_Goldsmith11 7 years ago
I will start with two letters. You need to keep the two letters I used and add on to them. You can re arrange the two letters, but they need to be in the word you come up with. This will continue on until no one can find any more words. Good luck all! Please use only these two letters... B Z.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
Cryptograms are messages in substitution code. Break the code to read the message. For example, THE SMART CAT might become FVO QWGDFJGF if F is substituted for T, V or H, O for E, and so on.Hint: Look for repeat letters: E, T, A, O, N, R and I are the most often used letters. A single letter is...
by Eric Standridge 8 years ago
I came across something the other day that fascinated me. I don't know why, maybe I'm just psycho, but I thought this idea was interesting.An article I was reading said that a lot of times authors that regularly publish online deliberately misspell words in order to protect their work. ...
by JSParker 7 years ago
I think HubPages is just a terrific opportunity for writers to write and make connections within the HubPages community. However, I am concerned about the quality of some of the hubs I see. Even if the writing is fresh and lively, if the spelling, punctuation, or grammar are poor, then...
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