‘Bearing’ honey. Not bering, which is not even a word to my knowledge. And yes, it is spelled the correct way. American spelling is ‘straight’ but British is (or can be) ‘strait’. If you are going to argue a point; it would be wise to know your side of the argument. That goes for you as well ‘Cayley.’ Douche-bags? What are you 12?
As a Brit I can tell you that both you and Genocide Jones are wrong. The word “strait” is used to describe a thin stretch of water. We Brits spell straight, as this man intended, “S-T-R-A-I-G-H-T”
So if you’re going to look down on others for being unablt to argue a point, sort out your own reasoning first
I wonder if the GRAMMAR Police here have like, hobbies or real jobs to entertain themselves. And if you do have jobs, if they maybe are as teachers… nah, I bet you guys clean toilets. Fucking shut up already, you make me want to puke on your faces.
Well actually, there sort of is an American language…it’s a retardation of proper English.
Although, I must admit many Australians have no idea how to speak properly, but at least those who can spell do so in the proper English fashion.