Letter wrighting.

#6
dfaraday said:
I have looked at on the net a guide to army leter wrighting, but can norfind it now. Does any one know where it is???
I fink, yoo haf to go bak to skool and laern enlishh agian, PM me, I kan ehlp
 
#9
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.... I'll have to stop there, haven't got time to Wright all the world's Wongs.
 
#13
Can't see what all the fuss is about. OK, appalling spelling. Have you never misspelt anything? It's not as if you were left scratching your head, wondering what it could mean, is it? Or is it?

MsG
 
#15
I know that Cpl. Ben Dover has a hard copy around here someplace, let me czech fur you so you can rite betterer
 
#19
Once you having finished wrighting do you describe your work as being wrought? If you've gone on a bit and lost your thread is it then over-wrought?

edited for pour wrighting
 
#20
Oh my sides ache. Don't stop him, this is better than anything. Who would have thought to find such superbly crafted oblique irony delivered in a self-referential yet mocking way in a forum like this.

Well done, whoever you really are.

I would have said Peter Cook, but since he's brown bread - Richard Ingram, perhaps?
 

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