probably auto correct,for some reason when you misspell definitely (like i sometimes mix up the l and e),defiantly is the first word to come upDefiantly when they actually mean definitely just blows my mind. How did that even come about? Completely different words that aren't even similar in definition..
Yeah its regional, I know that the UK, Australia and New Zealand all use "zed" but I'm not sure about Canada.Is that a regional thing (US vs. UK), or where does that come from anyway? I find myself saying Zee when I used to say Zed, and have been wondering why. My pronounciation of English words slowly became more American over the years (I say stupid when I used to say stjupid), though I'm not sure if the Zee/Zed thing is even due to that.
No it's not that uncommon in Canada either. But, it's not as common as the others though because Canada is bit blended between UK and US culture and spellings.Yeah its regional, I know that the UK, Australia and New Zealand all use "zed" but I'm not sure about Canada.
It is rather annoying to see "Tri Force" split up like that, though that's the way it seems to be stylised in the logo. It can most likely be assumed to be a play on words. I'd guess that three Links would make for a tri force of heroes (an organised group of personnel times three) as opposed to the object "triforce", but since we all know Link uses the triforce, and is a hero... well, you see what I'm getting at. Hopefully.I'm weirded out by how the triforce in Triforce Heroes is apparently two words. Tri Force Heroes? Really? Is that really the official name, or why are people saying it like that? It's always been one word as far as I remember.