For all the idiots out there, this is for you.
1. Yay and Yeah are NOT the same thing. Yeah is used as a replacement for “yes”, “sure”, “okay”. Yay on the other hand means an expression of joy and jubilation–”YAY! The moron finally learned how to write!! Woo hoo!! [and it is woo hoo... not 'who hoo']
2. Lose is to not win and loose is what causes your pants to fall down when you’re not wearing a belt. To say, “You loose sucka!” makes you a complete douche. <-note how I spell douche. It’s not “dushe”, “duche” or any other variable. It is more proper to use the word ‘bag’ after ‘douche’ but sometimes they’re just not worth the extra letters.
3. Ditto means “the same”. If someone writes something you agree with and you’ve nothing more to add, you respond with “Ditto”. It is not “Diddo” Diddo is not a freaking word. Replace one of the d’s with an ‘l’ and that’s what you look like when you type “Diddo!”
4. Chic– this is pronounced “sheek”. It is not ‘chick’. There is no ‘k’ at the end. If you put a ‘k’ at the end you are now referring to the slang for female or a baby chicken and it no longer refers to something stylish, which means you have now become the opposite of ‘chic’.
5. Ciao. It’s another language, if you’re going to use it then learn to spell it. “Chow” is commonly used to refer to food or a type of food.
6. Whoa [hold on, stop] not woa. If you are a Brit, I suppose they spell it ‘woah’, however, the people who use ‘woa’ or ‘woah’ are not British, not sophisticated– they are borderline number 2′s on my list.
Of course we can go over the ‘they’re/there/their’ and ‘your/you’re’ annoyances but it’s been covered so many times and very few people have been able to grasp the difference. I can only ‘face palm’ and shake my head at them.