S0 lyke, ii was 0n facebk `nd it wz drivinq meh crazii t0 see ppl`z writinq lyke diz yew kn0`? Is lyke dey d0nt kn0` n0thin’.
(My gosh, that was painful to type)
“Nothing is more annoying than watching a person whose native language is English write with crappy grammar.”
Is it hypocritical of me to call myself a grammar nazi if I make grammar mistakes myself?
Vent of the day.
One of my pet-peeves (that I can’t stand) is when people use their, they’re, there, your, you’re incorrectly *twitch-twitch*. It’s annoying when I see people on facebook replace the letter “g” with the letter “q” (replacinq it like this). I mean, it really doesn’t make you look “cool.”
Call us whatever you want for correcting you. You will thank us later. Sometime it hurts to be on facebook (for many reasons); it’s suffocating. But when I escape to tumblr, I can breatheeee~!
Done with my little vent. I saw a facebook conversation and it just hurt my head.
My new favorite blog: englishmotherfucker
When I hear people use “at” at the end of their sentence:
Ray: Reading all those sports books and watching those sports on TV, that’s how I got to be where I’m at.
Marie: (long pause) “That’s how I got to be where I’m at?”
Marie: You’re a writer, and that’s how you use the English language?
Ray: Yeah, what? What did I do?
Marie: You never end a sentence with the word “at!”
Ray: Okay, okay. Big deal, so I ended a sentence with a proposition.
Marie: Preposition! It’s a preposition—oh my God!