Life as a Grammar Geek

Life is hard.Life online is harder. Life on FB is a whirling vortex of horror.

Life is hard.Life online is harder. Life on FB is a whirling vortex of horror.

I try not to judge. But sometimes...

I try not to judge. But sometimes…

You. Yeah, you with the face. Thank you for driving me to an early grave. ;-)

You. Yeah, you with the face. Thank you for driving me to an early grave. πŸ˜‰

Then again...perhaps it's not TOTALLY your fault. You are forgiven. This time.

Then again…perhaps it’s not TOTALLY your fault. You are forgiven. This time.

 

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About loverofwords20

Allison is an aspiring author, and a lover of words, music, and the Lord Jesus Christ. She is also abysmal at these β€œabout you” things, being unable to think of quirky characteristics at the drop of a hat. However, she enjoys singing randomly and loudly, and laughing hysterically while being caught in the rain.
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11 Responses to Life as a Grammar Geek

  1. supashmo says:

    My buddy once said, “I before E except after EVERYTHING!”

  2. kanundra says:

    My grammar is improving, blogs help. And posts like this πŸ™‚ thanks to those who are grammar perfect, it helps those of us who aren’t.

    • Haha – oh no! This is definitely not aimed at someone who speaks English as a second language, especially since I only have one to my credit – I’m not one to talk! πŸ˜‰ It’s more of a tongue-in-cheek, weary rant at people who just don’t care about grammar. At all. πŸ™‚ Thanks for commenting! Do you have a blog I could check out, as well?

      • kanundra says:

        No, English is my first language, but I struggled with it for most of my life. Teachers never liked me because I was fat. (simple really) however, I am learning.

        And, yes, I do blog. πŸ™‚

  3. Oh, gotcha. Sorry *may now remove foot from mouth* Let’s start over, shall we? Nice to meet you! πŸ˜‰ Thanks so much for stopping by…and I understand that grammar is not for everybody. My favorite moment in English was when I realized that after I learned all the rules – then I could break them. I could use fragmented sentences for emphasis. An awesome moment. πŸ˜€ What’s the name of your blog? Looked on your gravatar profile, but didn’t see it. Maybe I just missed it somehow.

  4. kanundra says:

    No problem and nice to meet you too. http://kanundra.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/heading-out/

    Writing is re-writing…. and for me proofing and then sending to some great people who know a lot more about it than me. Like I said though I am learning. πŸ™‚

    Keep blogging, it really does help…….

  5. Faith says:

    My grammar is awful – my Dad was trying to help me yesterday- he is the writer of the family, really, he can write a letter or a presentation page in a book that you will remember for years- he was trying to help me with my blog. My grammar is in need of help.

  6. apeslugger says:

    T he second one is like my younger brother! XD

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