Thanks to auto-correct, constant texting, and a general lackadaisical attitude toward the language arts, many of us aren't as careful about spelling and grammar as we used to be -- which is why we should be especially horrified by stories of people who screwed up their lives by mistyping one little letter. Remember: The next time you encounter the alphabet, this could be you.
4 One Wrong Letter Almost Sends Tourist to the Wrong Continent
One day, 62-year-old Lamenda Kingdon decided to visit the famed Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. After booking her flight, packing her things, and screaming "See ya on the flippy floppy, SUCKAS!" to assorted friends and family, Kingdon got on the plane. Even after noticing that her ticket said "Grenada" and not "Granada," she thought everything was kosher.