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"It's so early in the year, and that English teacher…. She's already up in my grill."
Tags:slang, slang term, slang terms, english, english teacher, english teachers, writing class, writing classes, writer, writers, grammar, bad grammar, adversary, adversaries, enemy, enemies, student, students, difficult student, difficult students, school year, school years, school, schools, teenager slang, teenager, teen, teens, millennial, millennials, generation z, grammar nazi, grammar nazis
"And remember–no more subjunctives where the correct mood is indicative."
Tags:grammar, grammar enthusiast, grammar enthusiasts, grammar nut, grammar nuts, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, prison, prisons, correctional factilities, correctional facility, convinct, convicts, ex-con, ex-cons, grammar police, subjunctive, indicative, subjunctive mood, indicative mood, rehabilitation, rehabilitate, rehabilitated
The Comma Sutra
"I'm afraid your son has been confusing 'your' and you're' when he mercilessly bullies his peers online."
Tags:bully, bullies, bullying, online bully, online bullies, online bullying, troll, trolls, internet troll, internet trolls, grammar, bad grammar, grammar mistake, grammar mistakes, grammar pedant, grammar pedants, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, teacher, teachers, parent, parents, parenting, parenthood, parent teacher meeting, school child, school children, son, sons, shame, ashamed, bring shame to the family, brought shame to the family
"I'm sorry, but refusing to use an Oxford comma isn't really grounds for divorce."
Tags:oxford comma, oxford commas, pedant, pedants, pedantic, type a, type a personality, type a personalities, grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, divorce, divorces, divorcing, disagreement, disagreements, disagree, disagrees, disagreeing, english teacher, english teachers, english, proper grammar, correct grammar, stickler, sticklers, pet peeve, pet peeves, punctuation, punctuate, frustration, frustrations, spouse, spouses, husband, husbands, wife, wives, bicker, bickers, bickering, row, rows, rowing
"A pandemic is no excuse for poor grammar."
"You have no idea what it's like to be a 'just between you and me' person in a 'just between you and I' world."
Tags:writer, writers, novel, novella, novels, novel writing, poem, poet, poetry, poets, poetic, literature, literary, word play, play on words, ironic, irony, author, authors, authored, book, books, book lover, writing, should be writing, you should be writing, manuscript, artistic, artist, artists, art, arts, culture, cultured, writer's block, bookworm, book worm, bookworms, book worm, book, books, novel, novels, library, librarians, librarian, book lover, book lovers, literature, literary, lit, lit major, read, reading, avid reader, readers, reader, novel, novels, novelist, novelists, grammar, grammarian, grammar nazi, stickler, drink, drinker, drinking, drinks, alcohol, alcoholic, barfly, bar fly
"What can I say? I was an English major."
Tags:grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, fewer, items or less, correction, correct, english, english major, college, college graduate, grad, graduates, humanities, job, jobs, bitter, bitterness, world of work, literature, lit major, language, language skills, literacy, literate, literacy skills, register, registers, cash register, supermarket, supermarkets, groceries, grocery store, store, stores, clerk, clerks, proof, proofread, proofreading
Use apostrophes. Dont use apostrophes
"I found a misused apostrophe in one of your entrees."
Joe's Grammar Shop
Tags:grammar, bad grammar, using bad grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, store window, store, windows, shop window, shop windows, correct grammar, incorrect grammar, comma splicing, modern life, modern times, modern attitudes, english language, the english language, modern english, special offer, special offers
"Not only do they all speak fluent English, but they keep correcting your grammar."
Tags:tourist, tourists, american tourist, american tourists, holiday, holidays, vacation, vacations, grammar, grammar nazi, bad grammar, correcting grammar, embarrassing, embarrassment, embarrassments, fluent english, second language, second languages, british tourist, british tourists, europe, european, europeans, european vacation, european vacations
"Tell me you didn't just pronounce it 'nucular'."
Tags:pronounce, pronunciation, pronunciations, grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazi, priorities, priority, wrong priorities, bad priorities, snob, snobs, snobbery, nuclear bomb, nuclear bombs, nuclear explosion, nuclear explosions, apocalypse, nuclear apocalypse, nuclear warfare, nuclear wars, patronise, patronising, grammar snob, grammar snobs, patronised, pretentious, pretentious, conceit, conceited, mispronounce, mispronunciation, mispronunciations
"I've grown numb to exclamation points."
Tags:punctuation, punctuate, punctuating, punctuated, exclamation, exclamation point, exclamation points, exclamation mark, exclamation marks, numb, numbed, numbness, numbing, internet, www, website, websites, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, grammar, grammar police, online, leet speak, lingo, jargon, culture, internet culture, pop culture, overuse, overused, over use, over used, social media, social, marriage, married life, modern, modern life, modern world, geek, geeks, geeky
"I''' have the misspelled 'Ceasar' salad and the improperly hyphenated veal osso-buco."
Tags:restaurant, restuarants, difficult customer, difficult customers, grammar, spelling, bad grammar, bad spelling, grammar nut, grammar nuts, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, grocers apostrophe, caesar salad, osso buco, waiter, waiters, server, servers, disgruntled customer, disgruntled customers, menu, menus, poorly spelled menus
"What do you think- capitalize 'Me'? Or too much?"
Tags:grammar, capitals, capitalisation, proper noun, proper nouns, god, heaven, angel, angels, christianity, judaism, narcissism, narcissist, narcissists, egocentric, egotist, self-absorbed, self-absorption, bible, the bible, deity, capitalize, grammar nazi, deities, monotheism, monotheist, reverential capitalisation, reverential capitalization, pronouns, pronoun, correct pronouns
'100% Grammatically Correct Popular Tunes'
Tags:language, languages, english, singing, album, albums, music, musical, musically, song, songs, songbook, tune, tunes, grammar, grammatical, grammatically, grammars, grammar rules, play on words, word play, word-play, cd, fuddy, fuddy duddy, killjoy, kill joy, modern, modern life, criticism, grammar nazi, grammar-nazi, grammarnazi, grammar nazis, grammar-nazis
"It's 'She's driving me crazy and I'm not sure whom to turn to.' "
"How could you just walk out on me like this? And, by the way, 'nit-picking' has a hyphen."
Tags:divorce, divorces, divorcee, divorcees, marital breakdown, marital breakdowns, marriage problem, marriage problems, marital problem, marital problems, note, notes, nit-picking, nit picking, nit-picker, nit-pickers, nit picker, nit pickers, grammar nazi, separation, separations, pedantic, pedant, pedants
"I'm the Ghost of Christmas Grammar, and I see you're having trouble with the past, present, and future tenses."
Mixed Marriage episode 3: "irregardless."
Tags:marriage, marriages, mixed marriage, mixed marriages, relationship, relationships, difference of opinion, differences of opinion, different, differences, cartoon strip, cartoon strips, pedant, pedants, pedantry, irregardless, grammar, grammar nazi, relationship issues, relationship problems, marital problems, different cultures, culture clash, culture clashes
"I watch where I put my exclamation points."
Tags:exclamation point, exclamation points, exclamation mark, exclamation marks, exclamation point, exclamation points, grammar, grammar check, grammar checks, grammar nazi, gammar nazis, show off, showing off, show-off, show offs, show-offs, grammatically correct, grammatical correctness, manners, good manners, grammatical etiquette
"People just don't understand me!"
Tags:apostrophe, apostrophes, apostrophe use, apostrophe uses, grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, correct grammar, understand, understands, understanding, use, uses, proper use, proper uses, punctuation, punctuation mark, punctuation marks, sentence diagram, sentence diagrams, sentence diagramming, shrink, shrinks, psychiatrist, psychiatrists, lack of understanding, don't understand
"For the last time, it's not stocks, it's a pillory."