Watch your spelling. You never know who might notice.

Spellcheck walks into a bar.

“Whaddaya have?” asks the barkeep.

Spellcheck looks at the sign above the bar. “I guess I’ll have a sandwhich,” Spellcheck says.

“A what?” asks the barkeep.

“A sandwhich,” Spellcheck repeats, pointing at the sign.

The barkeep rolls his eyes. “Which?” he asks.

“That’s what I said,” Spellcheck says.

“Which what?” the barkeep asks.

“You mean what which, don’t you?” Spellcheck says.

The barkeep shakes his head. “Do you want something to eat or what?”

“Not what,” Spellcheck says. “Which.”

“Mister,” the barkeep says, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

“Actually, I don’t know what you are talking about,” Spellcheck says, pointing to the sign. “Which sand is which?”

“You want sand?” the barkeep asks.

“No,” Spellcheck says. “I’d like a sandwich.”

“Well why didn’t you just say so?” the barkeep says.

“Why didn’t you just say so?” Spellcheck asks.

The barkeep rubs his eyes and stares wearily ahead.

Spellcheck reaches over the bar and pulls a pen out of the barkeep’s pocket.

“Mind if I borrow this?” he asks.

“Huh?” the barkeep says.

“Thanks,” Spellcheck says, leaping onto the bar and, with a quick slash of the pen, removing the “h” from “Sandwhiches” on the sign.

The dazed barkeep sighs as Spellcheck returns his pen. “Now do you want a sandwich?” he asks.

“Nah,” Spellcheck says. “I’m done here.”

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