Computer: Word Processor: Spelling
Spelling checker/shock therapy   (+5, -3)  [vote for, against]
Don't press the wrong button!!! zzzzzzzzap!!

Small (or medium) sized electrodes in each key of the keyboard. As soon as spell checker realizes that a spelling mistake is occuring, a mild (or medium) shock is administered. A few taps of the backspace key, and a bit of thought will end the pain for you and your readers.
-- knowtion, Oct 24 2009

I liked my shocking hat idea better. Also, spell-checkers don't know jargon.
-- sninctown, Oct 24 2009

or my shocking pen... though, granted, nobody uses a pen anymore. [ ]... no, wait [+] for taser-level shocks.
-- FlyingToaster, Oct 24 2009

I did NOT see Stewie do this with the piano - I saw Daffy Duck do it with explosives instead of shocks though.
-- knowtion, Oct 24 2009

I could use that. Does this place have spell check? I'd still be in trouble tho as there is still the grammer and punctuation to contend with.
-- outloud, Oct 24 2009

//abominable "US English" spelling?// Don't criticize; your judgment is dishonorable as it is likely to cause quarreling, not dialog, at our favorite website.
-- sninctown, Oct 25 2009

... and increasing levels of "are you sure ?" and "ARE YOU SURE?" with tense music, before zapping the hell out of the language abuser.

//likely to cause quarreling, not dialog, at our favorite website//
wot's that then, the "Half-Pedantry" ?
-- FlyingToaster, Oct 25 2009

Will it recognise [sic] "[sic]"? And will you sic the [sic]-seeking sucker on the sickened (sc. and sickening) whose only offense is that they forgot to modify the default localisation settings?
-- pertinax, Oct 26 2009

Oh God, you're so funny [21Q]
-- egbert, Oct 26 2009

You've a point [21Q]. I've developed an alphabet that has only 14 characters in order to reduce the redundancy that comes from hard/soft consonants. The only problem is that teddy bear and titty bar look the same spelled out...

Guess you'd need to read the context.
-- bdag, Oct 26 2009

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