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Can we have an option for American English?

The Aussie spelling of ‘jewelry’ as ‘jewellery’ is really bothering me. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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As we say down here, “suck it up, princess”. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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As an American, I have to say, I’m completely embarrassed by your request. LOL

As we also say up here, “Suck it up, princess.”

Although I will say, I had to double and triple check that jewellery was legit what it’s spelt like in “Commonwealth English,” (aka English used everywhere except America) and not actually a typo.

SO MANY LETTERS! :weary:

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But we already spell colour incorrectly for youse.

pip pip hooroo

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Also Armour! You don’t know how many times I’ve typo’d Armor for things by spelling it correctly as Armour :wink: :stuck_out_tongue:

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Just be glad it’s not an aussie accent doing the voice overs.

Annaurge
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If the userbase wants Simplified English as an option give it to them I say

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Nuts thread. The game’s already too polluted with American English. It doesn’t even spell Armour correctly…

Edit: realised @ozball made same point… maybe I should actually read these things…

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Better than real australian english. Not only do they love to abbreviate everything, they like to drop or add random syllables to words.

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Strewth!

:upside_down_face: (Aussie smiley because it’s upside down…)

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