I don't usually go in for pointing out typos, as I make quite enough of them myself. But this report from a newspaper last week amused me immensely.
A pixilated portrait of the Queen made out of 3,120 cakes, one for each week of her reign, will be made by bakers Konditor and Cook as part of the Jubilee weekend celebrations.
You see, the word they were looking for was pixelated, with an E. Pixilated does exist and is recorded in the OED, but it means led astray by pixies.
The Inky Fool asks directions.