While working in the corporate sector, my immediate supervisors immediate supervisor (lets call him Bossfred) called a co-worker of mine (Mike) into his office to complain about a mass-mailing going out to some of the companys contractors.
Bossfred: Just fix up the misspelled words, and you can send it out.
The co-worker took the sheet of paper. Everything looked correct, but Bossfred had circled each instance of the word video.
Mike: Thats how its spelled. V-i-d-e-o.
Bossfred: No, its v-i-d-i-o.
Mike eventually brought in a dictionary and pointed to the entry.
Bossfred: Then the dictionarys wrong.
There were two copies of the mass-mailing created that day: one that went to the vendors, and one very special copy for Bossfred (Eventually someone pointed out that Bossfred had previously dealt with a company called something like VidI/O, and this is probably where his problem started, combined with his obstinate stupidity, of course). I left this particular company years ago, but I still find myself enunciating what would be the incorrect spelling any time the word video comes up. It also has a nice hillbilly ring to it:
Hey, did you take that vid-i-o tape back to the rental place?