Sure, YOUR spelling is always perfect. But not everyone’s a stickler, and when you’re surfing eBay looking for a deal, you might overlook some gems because the seller typed in “dinning table”. What’s a savvy shopper to do?
Well, turn to the ‘net, of course. Auctionegg.com knows that nobody’s perfect, and they’ve compiled an exhaustive list of typos related to common search terms to help you sift through the spellcheck madness and get down to the goods. Their list of tertiary terms is unbelievably thorough, and the interface is as sleek and smooth as any Google fan could hope. Use it to ferret out the misspelled gems (and get a thrill knowing that you’ve found what most people won’t). A search for ‘halter’ found this retro-stunning Carmen Marc Valvo â€˜haltedâ€™, a flirty top no matter how you spell it.
Get your typo on: Auctionegg.com