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Hahahahaha, that's great. I might have, but I can't remember anything off the top of my head.1
Never that badly. Though, seeing plural possessives used as ordinary plurals does irritate. Happens a lot in Facebook groups. Someone will make some excellent points, bit will make that one mistake repeatedly, only to be dismissed as "dumb hicks" simply on account of their grammar.
It's often hilarious when someone whodoesn't understand the question tries to correct it for you!
frequently. I see it most with the phrase "your bad".
They often claim it's "you're bad"
no it's not. It's possessive, as in "your mistake" not "you are mistake" or "you are bad"... quite idiotic. Also proven by the associated usage of "my bad" which would instead be "me bad" or some shit if it WERE actually "you're bad" lol
I've seen it on facebook, several times, it can be very funny sometimes :)
Honestly grammar nazi's are usually jokes anyways, its even funnier when they screw up grammar themselves.
I do it sometimes if I am on my laptop and typing at a weird angle
It can be funny to see alright - Surely there are more important things to worry about
Yeah it's funny
Proper grammar is just an elitist machination to bedevil the honest man!
Grammar nazis be getting uppity as hell online! :P
Where I live, if I started correcting grammar, i would be busier than a third grade English teacher.
more than once lol
I sure do hope you wrote "payed" intentionally
Almost everytime i see a youtube video or check facebook.
Omg that was embarrassing lmao😂😂
Naw I havin't.
I have. People using the wrong form of a word upsets me to an unreasonable level. Not sure I'd find them amusing as much as I'd have an internal conflict going on just at the sight of them :p
Hahaha yes! There's actually this little asshole here on gag that would follow me around pointing out errors in my sentences when his grammar was sub par!
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