Wobbly Spelling
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Just noticed a couple examples of expressive (mis)spelling in one short blog entry:  "extreemly" and "sluths" (sic, need I  mention).  The first (my interpretation) lends strees stress about equal to italics but also suggesting a certain pop-eyed expression rather than italics' sneer; the latter (again, IMHO and in the context) melds "sleuths" with "sloths" - slow, lazy detectives.

That guy should be a peto  poet!
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(05-27-2016, 10:14 PM)dukealien Wrote:  Just noticed a couple examples of expressive (mis)spelling in one short blog entry:  "extreemly" and "sluths" (sic, need I  mention).  The first (my interpretation) lends strees stress about equal to italics but also suggesting a certain pop-eyed expression rather than italics' sneer; the latter (again, IMHO and in the context) melds "sleuths" with "sloths" - slow, lazy detectives.

That guy should be a peto  poet!

Excelemental - I love your "sleuths" and "sloths" interpretation, we need more of this. It's very much in the style of the  poem 'Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll and his use of words like 'Galumphing', which he explained as to gallop triumphantly, which is brilliant.  Big Grin Smile Big Grin
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