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Ancient Grammar Police: 'Oh, for cryin' out loud...you never end a sentence with a . . .'
"And remember–no more subjunctives where the correct mood is indicative."
Gramma Police: 'Will work four food.'
"Before I begin, I should warn you that in my quest for truth and my relentless war against corruption I will now and then split an infinitive and end an occasional sentence with a preposition."
"I've grown numb to exclamation points."
The Ekert Saga: 'Oh, thank goodness a grammar cop is on patrol to keep us all safe woo-hoo!!'
"It's 'She's driving me crazy and I'm not sure whom to turn to.' "
"It's the Grammar Police! Have you been using 'your' when you should be using 'you're' again?"