Mommy calls this the Special SpellingNine million of you people have sent us the link to the Teabonics Flickr photo album or pool or stream or whatever the kids call it these days. So here you go, do visit it! We had never seen RESISANCE before, sweet jeebus… [Pargon/Flickr]

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  1. I love the “Did’NT Serve” sign.

    Seems the three Rs for Teabaggers is Retardism, Racism, and Recidivism not that librul reading, riting and rithmatics.

    Simpleton white dumbfuck retards, all.

  2. [re=545889]SmutBoffin[/re]:
    Assuming it was in one of four branches of US Americuh militaries then h’es covered under the VA, the most socialistic of all US Gubbiment health systems. What a fucking retard.

  3. Scholiast: A Teabonics scholar – OR – a disease wherein all the fat insulating duh neuronz is displaced to duh asschub?


  4. “If you can read this sign your smarter than Nancy Pelosi” I’d love to know how that edit process went down.
    “Earl, dammit, theys no apostopee r e in that word. Why you got to make it so danged faggy frenchy complicated. Keep it simple is the key to good writin’.”

  5. And if any of us pointed out–in a nice way–the spelling errors on these signs to the people who made them, we would just be accused of being latte-sipping, NPR-listening, book-reading elitist snobs.

  6. You know what’s really a borror? They probably all get in a circle and proof read each others signs. And ok them. Gewd wun Cleytis!

  7. “Respect are country speak English” and “English is our language no excetions” have got to be parody, because of the whole irony thing, don’t they?

    The “Feedom doesn’t come free” guy is right, though, but it’s obvious enough there’s no need to state it; it’s inherent in the nature of a fee that it can’t be free.

  8. It makes me wonder, with those language skills, how do these people ever find a web site? I guess is hard to misspell.

  9. The trailer lady’s “Don’t give away my daugters’ future” is doubly good, because even if it was spelled correctly the way she scrawled in “future” makes it look like Obama kidnapped her girls or something.

    I can’t tell if “Barock” is a legitimate misspelling or a purposeful one the teabagger somehow thinks is funny (like “Obambi”) despite its incredible stupidity and pointlessness.

  10. [re=545937]Allyson[/re]: My teabagger friends will say that these were all done by librul infiltrators deliberately trying to make teabaggers look like uneducated racist hicks. I say it doesn’t take much trying.

  11. Knowing full well that the Dunning-Kruger effect prevents them from realizing how incredibly stupid they really are, I wonder if they realize just how stupid we think they are.

  12. What’s even sadder is that some of these folks looked like they used a word processor to make their sign. Excluding words like your and you’re, spell check people!

  13. [re=545979]gurukalehuru[/re]: Sadly enough, to them, it’s not that we think they are stupid. Its that we are afraid to see the truth.

  14. Difference between African-American Vernacular English (“ebonics”) and Teabonics:

    One is an actual dialect governed by consistent rules and carrying unique cultural value for its speakers, and the other really *is* the result of the educational system’s stunning ineptitude. Guess which!

  15. [re=546027]Elephants Gerald[/re]: Daneeka’s response: “Its the best there is,” if memory serves. If I am right, that means I am not doing nearly as much damage to my brain as I try to do, and will have to ramp up my attempts to slowly kill it with alcohol.

  16. [re=545990]SmutBoffin[/re]: I assume you mean “viscous circle” which is a well-known predicament in which bad spellers find themselves whenever they try to correct mistakes only to add new ones.

  17. The reason there is no Teabonics-to-English dictionary is nobody can come up with a coherent definition for the word “socialist”

  18. [re=545937]Allyson[/re]: All of that would be well and good for me, actually, if it was just advocacy of feeling over form as a universal rule. But something tells me these people would also be the first to protest that teaching Spanish in schools or allowing “ebonics” in the classroom is a terrible affront to our singular American “culture”, so I absolutely call bullshit on them.

    [re=546044]Prommie[/re]: Exactly.

  19. Koch Industries, largest privately held energy company in the US, and primary funder of the tea baggers,, makes them paint their own signs, to create the illusion of authenticity. Misspellings help. They make you feel like this is just Ma and Pa Kettle out there ignorantly expressing their ignorance. Well, they may be ignorant, but their fascist bosses are smart.

  20. [re=546035]Prommie[/re]: You’re correct. As I scream past middle age, I find that ramping up fluid intake does reduce memory, but then I read Catch-22 and Moby Dick every five years because there are some things worth remembering.

  21. So, what’s the reading level of The National Review since all the Buckleys have gone away?

    Ah, the Republican Party — where Bill Bennett is considered an intellectual.

  22. What IS is with these lunatic fringe righties and their inability to differentiate between “your” and “you’re?” I post on a debate forum and I see this all of the freaking time. They do that on purpose just to make me nutz, don’t they? Or are they really that sdewpyd?

    Strunk & White, people! Strunk & White! ’nuff said.

  23. [re=545930]Dashboard_Buddha[/re]: I was thinking exactly the same thing. How do these folks fuck! They can’t manage to do anything else right yet somehow they still know how to pop out little idiots.

  24. [re=546072]Aurelio[/re]: That’s fucking interesting. I’m still gonna laugh at the stupids, but it will be a better-informed and way more condescending laugh now. Thanks.

    The “rediculous”/”ridiculous” mistake burned a little. I used the former for kind of a while until a helpful person pointed out that i was an idiot.

  25. [re=545893]Canmon (the Inadequate)[/re]: Oh, he(?) has plenny a room back there, but I imagine he’s patriotically and reflexively resissing Noah Webster’s insidious brand of political correctness. Webster’s “Blue Back Speller” — just a code for socialist takeover of the alphabet, amirite?

  26. Well, the liberals have run the schools for thirty years or more, so what would you expect? Liberals have extolled the do-as=you please culture including its grammatical implications for quite a while. Pretty funny, no?

  27. My brilliant school psychologist wife reminds me that spelling and intelligence are not linked. I believe that the Teabaggers would agrue with that.

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