Which probably has you wondering, "Just how much more ridiculous can it get? It's a simple word! Sure, you might forget a letter, or switch a few up, but that's it, right?"
[shaking head] Oh, ye of little faith.
Why yes, yes it does.
And note how the 'q' was added on later, as if that somehow fixed the problem.
Bipthday. It trips drunkenly off the tongue, don't you think?
Of course, there's the momentary distraction, and then there's this:
I love imagining what happened between the "t" and the "L." Some kind of digestive emergency? A phone order? Or was it just break time?
Speaking of imagination, you'll need yours to decipher this next one:
Regardless, Edgar must be one really colorful character.
This next one isn't so much switching letters around as it is playing word jumble with them:
This is why you don't order a cake when you have a cold:
And finally, what could very well be my new favorite (narrowly edging out "epi burf day"):
Bill F., Ashley J., Bev, Teresa V., Cassie P., Hannah W., & Lester H., great job. Period.
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Note: For those of you keeping count, that's 18 different misspellings of "birthday" so far. Eighteen. Parents, if you have a new baby in the house, this could even be your yearly checklist. Just sayin'.