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  • Jill Schultz

    "I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar" - funny gag gift for someone who hates grammar mistakes $10....there are so many people I want to buy this for! lol

  • Kat McKat

    I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar, #ModCloth coffee table book $10

  • Lyndsay McLean

    Best coffee table book ever. Would be a funny read

  • Marlene Rusczyk

    I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar | Mod Retro Vintage Books | Flip through pages of colorful photographs that capture the humorous mistakes of public signs everywhere. It's a perfect gift for the grammatically correct friend!

  • Marj Szinavel
    Marj Szinavel • 3 years ago

    Grammar is important but tolerance is as well. I have met people with incredible grammar and no manners! Have both and then you are an example to those that lack in their grammar.

  • M E
    M E • 2 years ago

    @ Alison Brehm

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