Thanks to Jennifer for:
is’ll fo’ shizzle
That was where my mind went, too!
Microsoft Word is a Fail.
No wonder school students don’t know how to type grammatically correct papers anymore.
That is AWESOME. I is’ll begin using that term immediatedly.
the only thing microsoft could make that doesn’t suck is a vacuum.
If it was a Microsoft vacuum, it probably wouldn’t suck enough. Therefore, it would suck more.
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S fail =\
Reminds me of a similar Word fail: I had typed in “9:00 AM” on a schedule, and Word wanted to change it to “9:00 ARE”!
Wow. Microsoft Word has tried to un-correct my grammar before, but not THAT badly!
what the fizzle?
I wonder what version(s) of Microsoft Word they use. I can never reproduce anything like that.
Photoshopizzle fake-izzle fo’shizzle…not a chance this one’s real.
Actually this is for real. I was using Micro Word 2003 professional edition. Editing the company blog and it popped up.
“Photoshopizzle fake-izzle fo’shizzle…not a chance this one’s real.”
You can reproduce this one using Microsoft Word 2003. I don’t know what the whole sentence was, but if you type in the fragment and check it with the grammar check you’ll get the exact recommendation shown:
what and when is a real life saver, but you’ll
Apparently it’s Microsoft Word Snoop-Dogg Version 2DoubleOhThree.
I tried it on Word 2007, and yes, is’ll is in the his’ll.
To be fair, the sentence you’re trying to write is wrong to begin with, so you’re also a fucking moron. congratulations.
You don’t even know the entire sentence. It isn’t all there.
Here’s the full sentence.
Having software to track who was served what and when is a real life saver, but you’ll also need information on the eligibility status of each family.
Feel free to explain to me what’s wrong with the sentence. Other than the fact that its a bit clunky.
Quick to judge, and a little harsh man. Haha.
If I may say so myself, you’re the fucking moron. It was previously stated in the comments that it’s a sentence FRAGMENT. A fragment is a piece of something, a sentence fragment isn’t a complete sentence, there’s still more to be added to it.
Congratulations on winning the “spoke too soon and can’t shove my foot in my mouth any further” award.
If you want to be picky, you should have capitalized ‘congratulations’. ;]
heheh can be done by changeing the grammer rules and stuffs
it’s amazing how people would jump at every opportunity to bash microsoft and then keep using their products everyday.
Yes BlasterQ…it is amazing…..after all…if it wasnt for Microsoft and Bil Gates we really wouldnt be having this conversation online….read the history folks……just like how evryone puts Ford down…..despite the fact that Ford was the first car ever invented….people suck…..unless all you critics can put together some OS’s yourselves….please, “have a hot cup of SHUT THE F*** UP!!!”(COURTESY of: Jon Stewart Daily Show)
Ford invented the car? Seriously? “Read the history” Nicole.
Sorry to burst your bubble guys but you can add certain phrases or words to the WORD dictionary… so that it comes up when you want to correct something. It wasn’t a WORD ERROR it was the human error
On the other side… wicked funny
I once was reviewing a contract where someone had accepted the default spell check option. This changed the word indemintor to inseminator, as in “your company, the inseminator, agrees to …”!
I rejected the contract – I was not sure exactly what I was agreeing to!
Oh… that’s one great epic fail for Microsoft!
Fo shizzel my nizzle forizzel
OK, guys… let’s stop the flaming.
I just reproduced this exact error in MS Word 2003 when I copied and pasted the entire text. I did not, however get the error when I only pasted the sentence fragment from the post above that.
This is NOT a bad addition to the “custom” dictionary as someone suggested (though you COULD do that, if you wanted); it’s an error BY MICROSOFT in their grammar checker, and apparently not fixed through service pack 3, which I have installed.
After I had word correct it to is’ll, it then wanted to correct that to are’ll.
You change it, and then it changes it again to “are’ll”
You can make your own definitions… this wasn’t a microsoft fail it was a user fail…
I’m not a microsoft fan, but it’s that obvious
I tried this with Microsoft Word as well, never having changed anything to do with grammar (I always just turn grammar check off anyway), and I got the same mistake.
if you change “is” to “has”, you can make has’ll
same with cans
wow,an engrish fail,look at this!http://www.awfulplasticsurgery.com/page/35/
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wow. That is an awesomely epic fail. And, if you change “is” to “was”, it’ll change it to “was’ll”.
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