The most amusingly innocent man once hosted a pub quiz I went to. His
questions were sprinkled with unintended inaccuracies that had the
entire pub laughing together all night. He called spiders "Arkanids",
read out the name Marlene Dietrich as "Marly Ditch" and, most notably,
asked a Shakespeare question referring to "The Ideas of March". It was priceless.
this month we're asking for any amusing misspellings, misunderstandings
or other mishaps you've come across - ideally through transcribing, but
if you've got some great examples from out and about please share them!
always, feel free to share your favourite transcriptions, interactions
and testimonials with us here. We love hearing from you!
Here's the link to last month's post
where we discovered our sub has at least 8 bots hiding among us, could
there be more? Could you be one of them? We'll let PerryCohen stay for
another month as the bot had spent some time down in Feb so some of your
summons didn't work. Feel free to try again (in the February post