The guy I work with is notoriously bad about the proper spelling and pronunciation of certain words. For example, he kept pronouncing "organic" as "organtic" until I corrected him. He also says "thurull" rather than "thorough" (thurully=thoroughly).
Recently he used the word "volumptuous" to describe someone. I informed him that the word is "voluptuous", but after some consideration have decided that "volumptuous" actually sounds better. Therefore, from this day forward, I too shall use "volumptuous" and I suggest all of you do the same. In order to bring along all those who don't yet read this blog (there are a few), I'm recommending that you try and work this word into daily conversation at least 8 times a day. If anyone tries to correct you, first ask them if they live in a cave and then tell them that it has been changed and that they need to get on board.
You see, this is how a grassroots movement works.