When running your research paper / essay through a spell checker, you’d expect it to give you accurate suggestions, and not things like changing “I’m” to “I is”. With that said, did you know that the first spell checkers were widely available on mainframe computers in the late 1970s? That’s right, a group of six linguists from Georgetown University developed the first spell-check system for the IBM corporation. Continue reading for more strange, yet real, images of things that don’t really make sense.