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One of my biggest pet peeves is poor word choice and bad grammar!
Pet peeve of the grammar police
grammar humor - my pet peeve
Bad English is becoming too common!
There are pins I won't post, even if they're funny or I like them, if the grammar is incorrect! I'm that obnoxious!!!
YES YES YES!!! This is one of my biggest pet peeves. You can't "seen" something - you saw it!
They are flip-flops. They are supposed to flip and flop. Quit shuffling and PICK UP YOUR FEET.
Please shuffle. Flip flop noises make me think of panties elastic thwacking, over and over and over...you get the picture
Growing up in Hawaii, we used to call them "goaheads" cause you can't walk backwards in them very well :-)
Can we just ask men not to wear them at all?
Being able to laugh at people's grammar mistakes is the only reason I keep my Facebook active!
....but it is like fingernails on a chalkboard!
I told him to whisper something sexy in my ear, so he said, "Go Cats." | Flirting Ecard | someecards.com
This applies to cars that ride my bumper too! I'm already going over the speed limit, you aren't making me go any faster!
I paid attention to the construction signs and got in the correct lane. You ignored them for miles and now you want me to let you in. Not going to happen.
I need this on a bumper sticker!!
I regret that I cannot repin your ecard until you learn the difference between Your and You're. Signed, Everyone Who Passed 3rd Grade.
Yes! And to, too, and two. There is a difference!
Seen/ saw lol
I use to do that and then spell check came along.
this is a quote from theoatmeal.com, Check it out, the whole article is hilarious "Ten Words You Need to Stop Misspelling" http://theoatmeal.com/comic...
i actually do write "alittle" :/ (and "alot")
Definitely something to avoid. I mean, a void.
I just love him so much ♥
Just for clarification... Did you say you want to ASK me a question or AX me a question? Because I don't want to die...
I don't judge people based on race, creed, colour or gender. I judge people based on spelling, grammar, punctuation and sentence structure.