I don't mean someone you can't barely understand. Like someone you can understand but uses the wrong your/you'e, their/they're/there, too/to etc. Plus will you think that person is extremely stupid for getting it wrong?
*mini rant* For me this is a touchy subject since I have a learning disorder and have struggled with the 2 all my life. To the point now I'm terrified of letting anyone see my spell something bad or see how much I suck with my grammar. I end up becoming angry at the person and lash out at them assuming they will just make fun of me for it. I'm not stupid, I just seem to struggle with those 2 and I hate people that make fun of people with that problem. *end mini rant*
Someone who asked a question about trusting people due to this just set me off. Like I said it's a very sensitive subject for me.
- I don't trust them and think less of them16% (30)21% (27)18% (57)Vote
- I don't trust them but I don't think less of them16% (30)8% (10)13% (40)Vote
- I would still trust them and not think less of them68% (125)71% (89)69% (214)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
99% of the time i don't care. I mean... sure if you're my lawyer i'd want you to type up legal documents correctly, but as long as its obvious what you mean i'm cool with it - even if i make a wise crack at ya :P2
Most Helpful Girl
What bothers me is someone who doesn't think language is important, or who makes no effort to learn the language correctly. We all misspell words, we all get confused, recently I started writing Know instead of No. I've been not misspelling No for more than 25 years but suddenly my brain has decided it No's best :P
Being lazy and purposefully refusing to learnt your native language I find ignorant and lazy. I have no idea why someone would not trust someone else based on their grammar and spelling though, unless they were an editor or proof reader or something similar.2