Alright right about now you're probably saying to yourself "yea college is a lot of fun during the year, but exams are right around the corner and those require work
do I really need a college degree?" The answer of course is NO!
Today with programs such as Microsoft word and automatic spell check college is more of an option than a necessity. Now you're asking "how will spell check make me lots of money?" Here's your answer. Apparently with spell check you too can become a pop artist and make billons, that's right BILLIONS with a "b" not the measly millions the question mark suit man offers on late night comedy central ads (we all know the guy you know THAT guy the one with all the questions marks.)
What is important is that the following THREE pop chartbusters have made money simply by using spell check and then repeating the letters in the correct order in which they appear on your screen.
Example # 1: Hollaback Girl by Gwen Stefani if you can spell bananas on your keyboard, that's right B-A-N-A-N-A-S. You too can make buko money, wear an old monopoly guy top hat, and laugh at the world while holding park place and board walk, bwahahaha.
Example # 2: Secrets like spell check don't last long and Fergie, again hot AND computer literate used her skills with spell check to write "Fergie Fergalicious," spelling out D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S. Or as I like to call it "yum yums" but again not important. Instead of spending the hours it would take on Google to find a picture of Fergie you should just insert one here and save me at least a couple hours of searching (clothes are optional in the picture).
Example # 3: Realizing the potential untapped gold mine of spell check Fergie did a quick turnaround and didn't even veil the name of her next song G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S. Or as I like to call is C-A-S-H M-O-N-E-Y.
Ok so now that you know (i) a college degree is a waste of time (ii) spell check = billions in royalties, drop out of college and start making the big bucks, your parents will respect you and your rock star lifestyle more anyways.Go ahead and buy Atlantic Ave. for them, you know they deserve better than the Baltic Ave. prjects they're living in (it’s all about the monopoly hat).
On a final note I would suggest food for song topics/spell check items, preferably vegetables as they are (i) not taken by spell checker song writers yet and (36) so hot right now, try something simple to rhyme like zucchini or asparagus, and you too soon will be wearing a monopoly top hat and laughing at the suckers who listen to your song, while secretly trying to check your spelling in their poverty ridden minds