Two things. I think judgement is the incorrect spelling of the word, and I'm unhappy that "literally" no longer means literally to many people.
Well, three things. I also hate that the Brits pronounce words that end in "a" or "aw" as though they end in "er" - such as Chiner, Indier, L
awore, South Africer, etc. Just listen to the BBC, it's like chalk on a blackboard. Guardians of the Mother Tongue? I say Ha!
or should I say Har?
Solicitations malefactors! I am endeavoring to misappropriate the formulary for the preparation of affordable comestibles
Write it in English, not in Pentagonese. It's not a launcher, rifle cartridge, 7.62mm; it's a rifle. Call it a compass, not a direction-finding module. And if someone insists on being called AdcomphibsPac, the Fact File should explain to those not gifted in garblespeak that he's talking about the administrative office of the communication services for amphibious forces in the Pacific.
— Preface to The United States Department of Defense Fact File