Irregardless to your discomfort with the compounding of words, like aforementioned, it is still done. I found irregardless in the dictionary and guess what? I means exactly the same thing as regardless. That is why English is such an interesting language and probably a bear to people for whom it is a second language.
I think speuter is used as much by the anti-speuter crowd as the pro-speuter crowd. I kind of like that term, where I hate deliberate misspellings like prolly. Speuter sound like the act of vomiting and it sounds like putting forth a ton of information that is either hateful or incorrect. And in my opinion, the propaganda about spaying and neutering, is often based on untruths -- like behavioral reasons to neuter, ie. if you do not neuter him, he will constantly try to dominate you and everyone in the house; or medically, ie. the woman who went off demanding whether I wanted my dog to get cancer. She was spewing about how my dog would get cancer and die if I did not neuter him. And a lot of the stuff, that is not quite as extreme is just taken for granted, like the dog will roam if you don't neuter him, or he will be sexually frustrated if he is not nuetered.
It is all a bunch of barf in my opinion, so the combination of words kind of works for me.
I am not sure who made it up though.
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