If you “literally jumped out of your skin” during a scary movie, you’d be dead.
One of my pet-peeves is when someone misuses the word “literally.” I know they meant to use it for emphasis, but still, it’s annoying. Literally means “without exaggeration” and you’re describing what EXACTLY happened.
(credit to theoatmeal)
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