About time this thread appeared:
Now from time to time we see a thread where the first bunch of replies are from people correcting the OP's spelling and grammar mistakes.
The next bunch of replies are from people doing the same, but only to make fun of the original people correcting the mistakes.
The third bunch are from people telling the spelling and grammar correctors to stop being so picky and defeating the topic the OP posted the thread for in the first place.
Then an argument starts up between the correctors and everyone else about the whole thing.
Hence the OP's original statement/question never gets answered.
So here are some guidelines:
"Has anyone sen the new JEMFX?"
This is for the correctors - It's quite obvious that "seen" has been spelt incorrectly as "sen".
GET OVER IT!!!
It's a simple mistake and you can still tell what it means, and therefore it has no effect on the message the OP was giving.
Also the JEMFX actually is the JEM EAFX, but because it's still understandable and there are no other new JEM's out, there's no need to get in a hissy about it.
"so i was over at my mates house and he just got a new guitar he said it was a jem so i checked it out the headstock looked wrong and the logo was bent and ive never seen that type of green on a jem the pickguard was dark grey instead of black it was obvious it was a cheap chibanez copy so i told him and he got all angry at me and said i was jealous all i was doing was letting him know because he should deserve to know right whos with me on this?"
To the correctors - Go for it guys.
To the people who tell the correctors off - Let them correct, this poster needs it.
If I made any mistakes (apart from Example Two), they're probably small ones, so don't even think about it.