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  • Have you ever been worried you might make a mistake?

    Have you ever stayed in bed for days,

    afraid you might do something wrong if you opened your eyes?

    Then the License to Err is just the thing for you!

    License to Err, the huge Wordie PRO success, now available to the public!

    Just add it to one of your lists and you’ll officially be allowed to blunder.

    Valid retroactively! · Valid retroactively! · Valid retroactively!

    But don’t take my word for it; trust our countless satisfied customers:

    “The License to Err has changed my life! When I was a child I was scolded for mispronouncing ‘epitome’—it was so embarrassing. Now, whenever similar things happen to me, I just tell them to check my Wordie profile, that I have the License to Err. I feel totally free now; it’s absolutely amazing! (And that’s no hyperbole.)” – Richard B., IL

    “Once I flee out into the desert for fear of making mistakes. For the same reason I was just about to lose confidence in my respiratory system when a little critter with big ears hopped by, recognized my affliction and promptly produced a License to Err from his pouch. I was saved!” – Michael O., SA

    “For too long I have been treading gingerly through life, eschewing any risk for fear that I might somehow err. Well, no longer. Thanks to telofy and Wordie PRO!, I now have License to Err. That’s right, boys and girls – if I screw up now, no big deal! I just laugh about it and get on with my life. And I gotta say, its a wonderful feeling. :-)” – Ptero D., NY

    “For a while I pretended I couldn’t speak due to a recent removal of vocal cord nodules, but after a few years my family began to suspect that something else entirely might be my problem. I was subsequently diagnosed with atelophobia and prescribed a License to Err. I promptly got better.” – Jennifer F., TN

    “I know what your thinking!” – Henry C., CA

    So what are you waiting for? Add the License to Err now; it’s completely free!

    And if you add the License to Err within the next several decades you’ll receive all grammar errors in this post free of charge!

    So add the License to Err now!

    (Now please comment so the rest of the world has an opportunity to obtain the License to Err.)

    September 25, 2009