Who’s being condescending or mocking here?
You do not properly understand the difference between a dictionary like the Merriam-Webster and a spell checker dictionary. In the first case, words will be commented, like when they have a certain meaning, sometimes only in one scientific discipline, they can have a plural. In a simple spell checker, that merely tests whether a word appears in a list with known words, no such distinctions are made, and an inexperienced writer might think that a word is spelled correctly, when in fact it isn’t, because in the context of what he’s writing, he uses the word wrongly. Nowadays, lots of Dutch people write stuff like “as optimal as possible”, which is clearly rubbish; you should simply use “as good as possible”.
You are free to use a word in a completely new meaning and modify the spelling - well-known writers like Shaw did just that. But don’t add such new forms to a general spell checker list. You don’t want to get spelling errors not noticed because the spell checker is too liberal.
People come here to ask questions and to get answers. Some just want confirmation of their opinions. Well, if their opinions are correct, we gladly accommodate. When the opinions are wrong, we try to help to get the questioner to see things correctly. Sometimes the questioner then feels condescended on, IMVHO that’s entirely his problem.