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crankydevon wrote:You're a tasting manager, and you can't spell "palate" as it regards the mouth and taste?
Pallet usually means a blanket to sleep on or a short wooden frame to stack merchandise on for shipping.
I'm a pedant, and quite often, an a-hole. And I noticed the misspelling, also, as I'm sure many of us did. All of that said:
Get over it!
But, if you want to be pedantic, you should do it correctly. The palate can't regard something; it's an inanimate object. It's prettty self-defeating to call out someone's misspelling while using poor grammar.
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