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32 Folks That Almost Knew What They Were Talking About

Mastering the English language is no easy feat, differentiating between "they're," "their," and "there," untangling weird homophones, and, for Gen Z-ers, learning when to actually use capital letters (never). But sometimes, the nuances of our language can evade the most fluent folks, leading to some of the most egregious misspellings and misnomers in the entire history of the language. 


From the ever-evasive concept of the "being bag" chair to calling an "amber lamps,' here are 32 more folks that almost knew what they were talking about. 

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