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You're*, Taylor... a perfect example of why the stupid should not be allowed to prosper.

YES YES YES!!! This is one of my biggest pet peeves. You can't "seen" something - you saw it!

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.

They are flip-flops. They are supposed to flip and flop. Quit shuffling and PICK UP YOUR FEET.

maybe one of my biggest pet peeves... if you need socks, you need actual shoes. just so you know.

Seriously. Correct grammar is attractive, people. Non o dis talkin lyk dis. It's ridiculous.

I will literally punch you in the throat the next time you misuse the word literally.

Being able to laugh at people's grammar mistakes is the only reason I keep my Facebook active!

THEY'RE going over THERE to THEIR table. It's just not THAT difficult to get it right.

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!

And if I do repin it people will correct ME as if I am the one made it even though it says I repinned it from someone else.

Well, not every time. Sometimes you should use an apostrophe to make a plural. Here’s a note from the Chicago Manual of Style and Daily Writing Tips: DO use the apostrophe to form the plural of an abbreviation that combines upper and lowercase letters or has interior periods: The department graduated five M.A.’s and two Ph.D.’s this year. NOTE: If you leave out the periods, you can write MAs but you’d still have to write PhD’s. DO use the apostrophe to form the plural of lowercase letters: