The Craigslist furniture section is a favorite of mine. I love to check it out from time to time, and see what people are selling. Sometimes there can be true treasures on there, and other times, well...not so much.
And, like anywhere else online, you can run smack into some very creative spelling, never mind what the object itself is. I'm enough of a vocabulary geek and book nerd to get ridiculous amounts of amusement out of this.
As you might imagine, fancy-er, non-phonetic words like 'armoire' get brutalized regularly.
And 'Rod Iron' gets substituted for Wrought Iron all the time.
(Rod Iron just has to be somebody's porn name!)
But far and away, my favorite, guaranteed-to-make-me-snicker favorite is:
Nope, not 'chest of', but Chester.
If one were actually looking for chester drawers, one might find something like this, from THIS ad:
And to be sure that I wasn't being a snob and a moron, I Googled chester drawers just to be safe. Apparently, it's on a LIST of 100 commonly mispronounced words and phrases.
In case you think I'm just being picky about words, caution is advised, because CHESTER DRAWERS is also a children's author and songwriter, and he looks like this:
Great incentive to choose your words carefully, right?