Both "bastardisation" and "apologise" are correct and are, you'll find, the original spellings for both words, considering America adopted and adjusted the language to form US English. You might say the original spelling is the more dominant one, although both spellings are accepted. In saying that, there's really more room for me to criticise you. Notice that I never criticise Americans for spelling things how they are spelled in US English. Your ignorance is staggering, but unsurprising considering your age. As is your insolence.
Sources: http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/we ... astardised
In light of what I've said earlier in the post, the irony of the aforementioned quote is quite hilarious.Starrz wrote:Also, please never subject me to such blatant bastardization of the English language as you misspelled the words "bastardization" and "apologizing."
For next time, I'd advise you to attempt to find your own points to criticise me with, rather than taking my exact criticisms of you and attempting to pawn them off as your own.
As I recall, you decided to attempt to pick an argument with me. How unwise, considering the sheer gulf of intelligence that exists between us.Starrz wrote:Why are you trying to start a fight anyways? We all know you're smart, because that's what you try to prove on this forum every chance you can.
*Yawns* Please give me more attention for my font. It is its purpose.Starrz wrote:And we know of your wanting so, SO, SO SO BAD of you unique independence with your fancy little purple bold font.
I'll forgive you for that, since you weren't a cranky child about it like the other guy, although it still is surprisingly ignorant.Sandurz wrote:There's a fine line between bastardization and misspelling it. You bastardized the grammar really badly, he just misspelled it a little.