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Poor Sonaps is the one who needs spelling lessons. In standard international English, "tyre" is a noun describing the external part of a wheel which comes into contact with a road surface whilst "tire" is a verb relating to physical fatigue. It is quite telling when someone with limited exposure to a language insists that correct usage and spelling be replaced by their simplified version. Learn something about the world Sonaps - get a passport and visit some English speaking countries (ones that would never elect a Trump, Reagan or GW Bush).