Alison Urquhart won’t date a bad speller, full stop. At the first sign of a misplaced apostrophe or relative pronoun - she’s out of there.
And good on her - dating can be an exhausting and miserable process and bad spellers really get your goat. Trust me, I know that because I happen to be one. It’s also human nature to value certain behaviours in others – especially when the other ends up being someone we spend a great deal of time with.
But things are starting to get a bit out of hand. In this era of online dating, the notion of the ideal partner has reached a terrifying peak – and Urquhart’s parameters are small pickings.
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