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+1 1. Judge-Jake commented 240 days ago

If they really grew at that speed I would only eat lettuce. Isn't it spelt funny! We don't say Let-Tuce we say Let-Tis. Who do you speak to, to get it re-spelt as Lettis . 8-)
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0 2. nomaddaf commented 240 days ago

For a spelling nazi you sure spell, "spelled" funny, Not sure what "spelt" is. (unless that's a joke, then, BRAVO !)
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0 3. Judge-Jake commented 240 days ago

#2 Spelt is perfectly good and correct English and means the same as Spelled in your language, which I assume is either American or you are using the American 'spell checker on Snotr'. For an English person to say "He spelled it wrong" the person would probably be in primary school and would be corrected to say "He spelt it incorrectly. Feel free to apologise. without a Z..You Muppet Nazi....lol :D
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0 4. thundersnow commented 239 days ago

#2 Umm...the past participle of spell is -spelt-, however in American English -spelled- is acceptable. Spelt is of course also a type of wheat.