Happy National Grammar Day! It’s the day we gatekeepers of grammar get to celebrate our punctuation prowess.
All year long, we’ve endured rage from the uninformed…
- When you replied on Twitter, telling Steve it’s “you’re” not “your,” he rudely blocked you.
- When you pointed out the fact that Karen’s meme was missing a comma, she called you the “grammar police.”
- And that day you corrected your teacher’s sentence structure on the whiteboard? Well, Mr. Fraley hasn’t called on you since.
But those days are over. Today is different. Today, you are celebrated. Elevated. Appreciated!
What are you going to do to commemorate the big day? Leave last PERIOD early? DASH home immediately? (Sorry, I’ll show myself out.)
But before I go, check out these epic grammar fails.
Enjoy National Grammar Day! Let the future writers, editors, and proofreaders of Earth rejoice. (Yes, I used the Oxford comma. It’s my choice. Just let it go.)
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