I wrote "frustated with my arm still encased in a cat" in my NaNoWriMo
once i wanted to write "deeply depressing" (in an ironic way, of course), but wrote "deepressing" instead. i think it makes for a good shortcut
I write apartment as appartment and I like it , it looks better in my head.
In the Twilight series, in two different books, it says "you don't have go anywhere" and "I don't have plans go back."
My friends and I quote these when we feel the need to. I feel like it's probably less funny than we think that it is, but it's still kind of awesome.
Oh, for my Spanish homework once, I was looking up "whimsical" in the dictionary. Apparently, our dictionary (which is rly old) made a typo, because on Google translate, the word for whimsical is f*ck! Actually, this happened pretty recently ;)
Hmm... it's not really a typo since it was oral, but on a Hank and Katherine play SMBW video they screamed "say stafe!" at each other for a good amount of time before they realized that they had misspoken "stay safe." Now whenever I play SMBW w/ my brother that's one of the things I scream at him when I die "say stafe!"
My dad meant to send his wife this message: I'll be back from the party soon, I just have one more thing to do.
Instead of "thing", though, he put "thong". Whoops.
This isn't really a typo, since it was spoken, but I say it counts. My friend was trying to correct our teacher's grammar and said "grammarically incorrect" instead of grammatically. So when when of us messes up on grammar, the other one goes "That was grammarically incorrect" and whoever messed up says "and so was that." Not that funny, but we think it's hilarious.
In the book Number the Stars, the one typo that really annoyed me was where it said photogrpha instead of Photograph. it was so easy to spot that I would not stop telling everybody!!
My favorite typos are "couch" and "distgrustled." Couch because every. single. time. I try to type "cough" it comes out "couch." Distgrustled because the main character in my NaNo novel last year kept being distgrustled when he was supposed to be disgruntled, and I liked the implications of what that could mean so much that I try to use it whenever I can. Which is never.
My favorite typo is probably from a friend of mine:) He once tried to type 'jajaja' (yesyesyes in dutch) in chats, but he mistyped both letters, and 'hshshs" appeared. Now he constantly uses it. Even in real-life. And not a person, except for me, knows what it means. So everytime he says 'hshshs', we burst out into laughter, and everyone is like 'wtf?' :D
These typos have kind of ruined my life:
Anus instead of Angus
Prostitute instead of Prosecute
It gets awkward when you mix them up...