Words are the mainstay of chat rooms and Forums, not to mention the additional emojis. Here are a few examples of words I personally find amusing, bemusing and plainly entertaining: . Bear and bare - amusingly misused in many circumstances giving rise to humorous imagery. There, their and they're - … as he 'pats the heads of the transgressors'. You're and your - probably the most misused of homophones in chat. Bizarre and bazaar - another homophone but with entirely different meanings. Vulnerable - yes, there is an l between the u and the n, and IT IS NOT silent! However, the Media seem to think that they can pronounce the word without the l now. I wonder why this is becoming 'pandemic'! Sophisticated - spelt with a ph and not an f! As is philosophical, only twice. Circumloquacious - I put this in for obvious reasons. Peripatetic - ?homophone of 'very pathetic' (amusing). Misspelling - one that is often misspelled. Misspelt is also acceptable. Accommodation - apparently one of the most misspelled words. Rhythm, mischievous and pronunciation seem to pose problems too. And for good measure, here are the three LONGEST words in the English dictionary: Antidisestablishmentarianism. Floccinaucinihilipilification. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. These words alone are often longer than sentences posted in chat rooms. The Chat rooms and Forums are an endless source and I am sure you all have your own personal favourites. Which reminds me that we do have u's in words ending in our. P.S. Forums have an in-built spellchecker, so there really is NO excuse for misspelling in them!