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    Oxford comma usage. Because we ♥ clarity.

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    • Lisa Unruh

      oxford comma... So many things are optional; the comma before a list with an "and" should not be one of them. (Made me laugh because I am a self proclaimed Grammar Geek)

    • Emily Lamm

      The Oxford Comma. Why you should use a comma before the "and" when listing 3 or more things. Grammar. I have been trying to explain this to people for years.

    • Julie Welter

      pet peeve! where are we as a society without the oxford comma?! ;) Sooo annoying when my professors tell me my grammar is incorrect when I use the oxford comma.

    • Frances Conway

      Whoever made this thing really gets me. Emmie I really love this. This is absolutely how I feel about the Oxford comma.

    • Becca Rastetter

      Whoever made this thing really gets me. I will ALWAYS use the oxford comma, I don't care.

    • Sarah Boo

      Grammar nerd. Huge pet peeve. USE THE OXFORD COMMA PEOPLE! It seems weird without it!

    • Beth

      Grammar Stuff: I am an Oxford Comma user all the way!

    • Cristina

      Grammar #oxfordcomma #punctuation Sorry Ezra

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