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There's a time to point out errors and a time to let things slide but for one co-worker, knowing which is which can be tricky.


A user on Mumsnet needed a little advice when she noticed a misspelling in a message from co-worker talking about her new daughter on social media. The baby's name is Phoebe, but the new mom keeps spelling it Pheobe. Yikes! What should she do? Tell her? Or let it slide?


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People definitely had some opinions.


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Not to mention suggestions.

Like this person:

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And this person, who concurred:

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Then there's this story:

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And this concern:

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And this statistic:

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The saga continues:


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Ummm... WHAT TO DO?


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We're just glad it's not us.

H/T: Cafe Mom, Mumsnet


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