...you don't respect your reader enough to look up words you don't remember before using them. People you think of as "good spellers" don't know how to spell a number of words you've seen them spell correctly. But they take the time to look up those words before they use them, if they're unsure. They take that time, so that the burden isn't on the reader to discern through context what the writer meant. It's a sign of respect and consideration. Poor spelling, and the lack of effort shown by poor spelling, is a sign of disrespect. And that's why people don't respect your poor spelling....not because people think you're stupid for not remembering how a word is spelled.
EDIT: I'm seeing many posts from people asking, "what about people with learning disabilities and other mental or social handicaps?" Yes, those are legitimate exceptions to this post. This post was never intended to refer to anyone for whom spelling basic words correctly would be unreasonably impractical.
We recently moved to US from India and we have a black dog named 'blackie', which is a common pet name back home. One of our white neighbor said it was very offensive and we should change the name. She said everyone in the neighborhood feel the same and asked her speak with us. The problem is he had that name for almost 6 years and I feel it'd be hard for him to adapt to a new name. Is that really such a big deal?
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