Sunday, October 08, 2006

what's with the spelling, dude?

...Don't people realize that it's "indiscreet" not "indiscrete" (there's no such word!)? I mean, it's Newsweek, for God's sake.


raj said...

The apple is indiscrete, as apposed to an orange which is composed of discrete sections.


Vineet said...

indiscrete is a neologism meaning the opposite of what discrete means. this is the correct link.

and the guy wanted to say indiscreet. shitty proofreading, man.

we indians are better than them in THEIR language(s).