5: Jewelry - "Jewlery." First, yes, I know it may be said (and spelled) differently in GB and Australia. In the US, say the word "Jew," then the Spanish word "el," and add the "ry" pronounced "ree." It is not pronounced "Jew-lur-ee." Although this incorrect pronunciation is ubiquitous and I'm sure it will be an accepted form soon.
4: Chipotle - "Chipolte." For some reason, people have trouble putting the "t" before the "l." This mistake has been around quite some time, but has become more common with the Chipotle restaurant chain. It's "chi-poe-t-lay," not "chi-pole-tay."
3: Probably - "Probly." There is an "ab" in the middle there, folks. Just sayin.'
2: Espresso - "Expresso." It's got an "s" in there, not an "x." However, spelling it with an "x" is actually an accepted variant. Therefore, if you correct someone, you are in the wrong! But this list is for annoying misspoken words. I'm counting a technically proper, but very uncommon variant as misspoken, and this one is certainly annoying--when you know the preferred term, it's impossible not to notice someone using the "x" form.
1: Frustrated - "Fustrated." You must have the "r" in there. No question. Leaving it out is incorrect. It isn't even difficult to pronounce, it's just learned incorrectly. This grates on my nerves, and is the one word on the list I might actually speak up about.
Best joke about a mis-heard (not quite misspoken) word: A father is speaking to his daughter's boyfriend. He says, "Since you are getting serious with my daughter, you should know, in the interest of full disclosure, that she has acute angina." The boyfriend says, "Yeah, well you should see her tits!" Comments below, and share us on FB, Twitter, and G+.