In some recent posts, I noticed the following:
"right to bare arms" - this is not the constitutional right to own and carry weapons, but rather the right to walk around with exposed upper limbs.
"consealed weapon" - this is not a handgun carried beneath one's clothing, but instead is a gun that has been blister wrapped in plastic making it extremely difficult to deploy, yet almost impervious to rain and sweat. Alternatively, it's a concrete sealant company (Conseal - Concrete Sealants) and their top secret tool for sealing concrete.
If you've come across a humorous typo or misspelling, please share it (no names!); and try to come up with a funny explanation of the word.