I-A-B Rule #10: Never Rely on Spell Check, Part 2

Submitted by: davymid 7 years ago in Funny

When writing a legal document to your clients, read through the letter one last time before you send it.
Credits: Part 1
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Male 332
wow
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Male 47
@trp712

WIN

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Male 1,918
nevermind i see it
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Male 1,918
I didn`t see it
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Female 3,828
lol assfisting... i love how the whole thing was about hourly rates, too.. lmao.
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Male 1,360
yep that`s what they charge in my local brothel for handywork.
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Male 2,238
Sounds just like legal departments.
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Male 485
looks like it was on a typwriter
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Male 15,832
Well, since that word is not actually in the Microsoft Office dictionary, I can only surmise that he added it.
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Male 703
gotta love a good ol ass fisting
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Male 736
took me two reads
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Female 179
lol. XD
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Male 2,788
*gigglesnort*
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Male 3,482
Took me a few reads to find it, but I now need a tissue...

(I do this wierd half-laugh half-sneeze thing when I laugh.)

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Male 216
oh poo! its not even 1 attorney doing it either. hope your ass is big enough!
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Female 138
Awww, they blacked out who the assfisting was on behalf of.
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Male 480
The typo seems fitting considering those rates are like getting fisted in the ass
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Male 1,148
hehehe took a while... but it`s good!
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Female 1,190
haha its one of those "once you see it" things XD
love it!
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Male 772
"I had to read it 5 times before I found it. I`m so glad we got rid of typewriters in everything but buisness things, because I`m never going to be a buisness man..."

It`s business......... OH YEEEEAAAHH!

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Male 4,867
assfisting...heheeh
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Female 230
lol.
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Female 268
wow I didn`t even catch it. that`s horrible.
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Male 403
Rofl assfisting
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Male 5,190
Too smart for my brain. Yay comments for making it clear.
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Female 213
assfisting. lol
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Male 150
I had to read it 5 times before I found it. I`m so glad we got rid of typewriters in everything but buisness things, because I`m never going to be a buisness man...
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Male 1,220
took some mental strength to get to that part, but well worth it
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Male 1,381
gah I hate reading legal documents. we have more modern technology than TYPEWRITERS now, guys.

this doesn`t necessarily have to be old. I`ve been pouring through AIAA papers looking for research on parafoils recently, and this is exactly the kind of junk I come across.

yeah, imagine stability and control matrices in this type of font. *changes major*

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Female 46
You know, people sometimes make that mistake when they type the `typo` word ALOT. I do it alot with spankish=spanish... *blush*
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Male 690
Boy that`s O-L-D, in case you didn`t know, they didn`t have "spellcheck" on mechanical typewriters, either.
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Male 1,929
umm... isn`t this typed?? Bet he couldn`t be arsed starting again when he put the F, but didn`t realise what new word would be created.
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Female 931
aaaahahaaa
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Male 57
``lolwut? The only people who would ever spell represent with a Z are people who think it`s cool to graffiti "THUG LYFE" on the walls under the highway.``


lolol spot on!

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Male 1,403
haha assfisting me
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Male 74
>>`wow. who the f misspells a simple word like REPREZENTATION. stupid n00b used an S!`

Hah hah hah hah haaaahh! Heh... Heh heh... Heh. Okay, I`m done. Wait, why are you looking at me like that? What do you mean what`s so funny? You were joking... Right?

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Male 553
Lol he said "assfisting me"
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Male 10,440
[quote] lolwut? The only people who would ever spell represent with a Z are people who think it`s cool to graffiti "THUG LYFE" on the walls under the highway. [/quote]

WOW! That was awesome.

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Female 103
wow. who the f misspells a simple word like REPREZENTATION. stupid n00b used an S!

lolwut? The only people who would ever spell represent with a Z are people who think it`s cool to graffiti "THUG LYFE" on the walls under the highway.

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Male 57
`wow. who the f misspells a simple word like REPREZENTATION. stupid n00b used an S!`

nice work , idiot.

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Male 4,004
I was not aware they had spell check for typewriters.
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Female 1,890
tl;dr
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Female 10
k10josumm: Um... hope you are joking... English people (as a general rule) use S where you guys use Z but not in representation. Otherwise you would give prezentations at work/school and prezents at Christmas.
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Male 2,703
but Rick, if they own the law firm, its big bucks. I worked for a small lawfirm that only had 3 lawyers and 2 of them were married. they charged $200/hr for themselves and pulled in well over a million, of course that was also including their 40% of the "winnings".

law is one of those professions that are WAY overcharged and full of people destroying western civilization. we need to do like on Justice League ("Blackest Night") where the lawyers got whatever punishment the client they represented got, including jail and death. they share in the wins, they need to share in the losses.

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Female 345
What kind of lawyer says "___ and me" lol so much for law school. The assfisting line cracked me up
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Male 431
wow. who the f misspells a simple word like REPREZENTATION. stupid n00b used an S!
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Male 7,611
assfisting on behalf of anyone is kind of strange
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Male 928
185 an hour even up to 200 an hour is a common fee when talking about this type of thing.

I currently pay 150 an hour for my lawyer to represent me.

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Male 168
$100 and hr for assfisting is a pretty good deal.
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Male 3,322
"Nice, but I wouldn`t mind getting $185 per hour..."

If it`s anything like computer consulting, he`s not getting that much. I work for a major consulting firm in the US, and I get billed out at two to three times what I actually make.

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Male 114
Oooh Assfisting:D
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Male 90
This looks typewriter print - pre spellcheck. I think he means what he wrote.
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Male 38
I once wrote a letter to a federal judge and quipped, "The pen is mightier than the sword." Except I left out the space between "pen" and "is." He never let me live that one down.
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Female 1,604
I don`t know if it is fake or not but a letter from a legal company or any company to another would not start out dear George, it would not use his first name only nor would it use the word Dear. I know because I went to college for this.
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Female 9,475
Nice, but I wouldn`t mind getting $185 per hour...
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Female 15,763
I had to look at the comments to figure it out.

>_>;

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Male 970
for the lazy:
line 4-5 second paragraph
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Male 41
Why does he get all the fun? Assfisting is the best.
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Male 516
I don`t usually do this, but I`m calling fake.
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Male 10,855
won`t be the first time I`ve seen the "assfisting/assisting" error.
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Female 3,727
good post Davy....that was hilarious!
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Female 8
Well, that`s probably not as much as most would charge for `assfisting`.
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Male 85
Assfisting XD
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Female 1,395
hahahaha `assfisting` >.<
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Male 12,138
Link: I-A-B Rule #10: Never Rely on Spell Check, Part 2 [Rate Link] - When writing a legal document to your clients, read through the letter one last time before you send it.
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