Seasons Greetings and a glimpse at the inner workings at the North Pole
Posted by 5etester on December 22, 2012
It’s been a well-guarded secret that we here at Spellchek are the official spell checkers for Santa and his sometimes illegible wish lists he gets annually. No small feat when you consider the tally has now exceeded 7 billion worldwide seeking rewards for being good all year. So I thought I’d give you a glimpse of what we’re up against in deciphering these lists. For example, here’s one from Steve at Motor City Times.
I’ve been really, really, really good this year. Could you please send me a Vette for Christmas this year? Thanks in advance.
Without Spellchek running interference, Steve would have received this gift.
Thanks to Spellchek, Steve will instead be receiving this gift.
Here’s another. Everyone’s favorite Robot at Mind Numbed Robot had a little glitch in his list.
I’ve been awesome again this year Santa. Please send mucho lube. Thanxx.
Based on that, the Robot was going to get this.
More appropriately, the Robot will be receiving a case of this instead.
As you can see, we provide an invaluable service to Santa in making sure that everyone gets what they really want for Christmas. With that in mind, we’d like to wish all a very Merry Christmas! To those who have linked or commented on Spellchek, a hearty thanks to all. In particular, thanks to the following.
To Jim at Conservatives on Fire,
To Larry at Political Realities,
To John at Sentry Journal,
To Matt at Conservative Hideout,
To Mike at The Classic Liberal,
To Chris at WyBlog,
To Mike at That Mr. G Guy,
To Doug at Doug Ross Journal,
To Doug at The Daley Gator,
To Phillip at Texas Conservative News,
To Linda at No one of any import,
We’d especially like to wish a Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah and say thanks for contributing to Spellchek.
p.s. No guarantees on the gifts, I’m just the spell checker. Talk to Santa.
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