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  • Sherri Graham

    Let's eat grandpa. Let's eat, grandpa. correct punctuation can save a person's life.

  • Très Chic

    This is so funny, lol! Teachers ask for correct punctuation, it can save lives!

  • Kerry

    Only I would find this grammar joke hysterical...but it's so true! Punctuation saves lives ;)

  • Katie Odishoo

    Correct punctuation can save a person's life. So true. and that's why it IS important (no matter how pedantic it may make you seem!).

  • Denise McEwin

    This makes me laugh! Correct punctuation is a pet peeve of mine. :)

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