it's coop not coup. And coupe is for cars. It's wattles, not waddles. Ducks waddle. Roosters have wattles. And while I'm at it, it's "its" without an apostrophe for singular thing possessive, and "it's" with an apostrophe to show the contraction of "it" and "is." A ladder can be used to climb buildings or into trees, but latter means "the one after" something already mentioned. I could go on and on. And probably will, later.