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"Massive maven" brought Nero Wolfe to mind, for some reason. But you know I'm going to misaddress something to you now. I might even masaddress it.
I think I did that when I was learning italic lettering - my A's looked alot like I's! ;)And what was that story you wrote to me about chasing a passum?
... Ouch. I can't believe people wouldn't think twice before writing "massive" to refer to someone.
Maybe I should adopt the "massive maven" moniker. It certainly fits ME better than you!
Haha. This just makes me laugh. :)
I should note that this happens a lot with folks for whom English is not their native language. I guess "missive" is a more obscure word in English... but it's the native English speakers that get me the most! A lot of it comes from Postcrossing... but not all. It usually just makes me laugh!
It sure me me laugh!
that does make me laugh, especially when it's non-native english speakers. not as bad as the time my birthday cake said "happy birthday joe"... just one letter difference, but it matters!
Haha! People these days...
Oh man, do I have a postcard for Massive Maven ;-)
Haha, that made me giggle. I am so careful when I write a letter that I especially make sure the persons name is correct!