Tuesday, March 2, 2010

post its: grammer






19 cleansing comments:

Kat said...

Ooooo that Jane Austen...ugh! LOL Love it! I, too, am a grammar patrol :)

The Oxford Family said...

Ha ha! Love the friends one...just watched that episode the other day!

Annie said...

I adore Jane Austen, but yes those bother me too. And the you're your one.....get it right people LOL

Great one! I am a grammar nerd too.....I enjoyed this post!

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

I take offense at that redneck one!!! :)

stacie said...

LOL! I love the grammer patrol. Have a great day.

Just Another Mom of 2 said...

Love love love the grammar patrol!! I am not sure why people have such issues with some of them, especially the your/you're difference. Sigh..

Happy Tuesday!

Kirsten said...

Lovin' the grammar patrol. My hubby would be the patrol on that around here! It so bugs him!

Adoption of Jane said...

I ain't gots nuffin' 2 says bout dis right hurr... luvn yo blog anywayz ;)

Adoption of Jane said...

me grabz ur button 2!

Pamela said...

UGH! I hate it when people make these errors too.

Mommy Lisa said...

I remember cringing when Ross said that to Rachel.

He was correct, but he was so so so wrong.

;)

blueviolet said...

I didn't know Jane Austen was such an offender! How dare she!

Shell said...

Love it!

For my first year of teaching, I was a 6th grade Language Arts teacher. Yankee-teacher in the South: shocked to learn that even my advanced block of students were not aware that they shouldn't use double negatives.

I LITERALLY turned and banged my head against the whiteboard as I was trying to teach my students about it.

Tracie said...

Did you know that March 4th is National Grammar Day? I saw something about it on the internet today.

Together We Save said...

Great job on grammer patrol. I have bad grammer habits I need to work on.

Tired Mom T├ęsa said...

That's great. Grammar errors like those drive me crazy too.

Beth P. said...

Hahah! Yesss, I love the one from Ross!

Midday Escapades said...

Yes! I have finally found my twin. Rock on grammer patrol. I'm glad I am not the only one.

Melissa said...

LOL I'm sure I make my share of errors, but the you're/your and the they're/there/their ones drive me crazy!

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