Worry about something worth worrying about and hope no one picks your personal mistakes and habits apart. Point isn’t really about their spelling but about your obsession of pointing out and picking others’ mistakes apart to make yourself feel superior. I’m a grumpy old marine veteran custom name customized tumbler. No, the point is their spelling. This isn’t some regular Joe’s Facebook page. I couldn’t care less if you make grammar mistakes in your posts.
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However, this is the WHITE HOUSE page making a post on behalf of the president’s administration. Spelling is important. Pointing out this mistake doesn’t make me feel superior it makes me feel embarrassed that it had to be pointed out in the first place. Instead of discussing the point being made, you sat here for what? Ten minutes arguing about typos? I’m a grumpy old marine veteran custom name customized tumbler. Really Olivia, there is something truly wrong with a person who does that. With the serious things going on in our country, you’re focused on someone’s spelling error, unbelievable. Ro Walsh was spot on that there is something seriously wrong with those who dwell on such petty, insignificant things. You behave like someone who has parents or a boyfriend/husband that have treated you like you don’t matter…that anything you do or say will never be good enough and therefore you treat others the same way. She’s still a hypocrite posting a Trump error when she does the same and doesn’t even recognise that she has done it. It may be only the one word that the collective editorial might of the WH Comms team got wrong.