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"You keep saying apocalyptic but I think you mean post-apocalyptic."
"Ain't isn't a word, and you know it."
Tags:word game, word game, word-game, word-games, wordgame, wordgames, dictionary, dictionaries, competitive, competitiveness, scrabble, boardgame, boardgames, duel, duels, shootout, shootouts, gunfighter, gunfighters, gunfight, gunfights, grammarian, grammarians, grammar, spelling, spellings, outlaw, outlaws
The Comma Sutra
"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."
Tags:politics, politician, politicians, government, governments, candidate, candidates, election, elections, campaign, campaigns, political campaign, political campaigns, election campaign, election campaigns, vote, votes, voter, voters, speech, speeches, grammar, language, english, split an infinitive, preposition, prepositions, corruption, war on corruption, cleaning house, quest for truth, truth, president, presidents, grammarian, grammarians, grammar police, speechwriter, speechwriters, modern life
"Very traditional. He's the noun. She's the adjective."
Tags:noun, nouns, adjective, adjectives, parts of speech, grammar, grammarian, grammarians, couple, couples, husband, husbands, wife, wives, traditional marriage, traditional couples, heterosexual couples, heterosexuality, heterosexual, feminist, feminism, feminists, misogyny, misogynists, misogynist, gossip, gossiper, talking smack, smack talking, talking trash, trash talking, cocktail party, cocktail parties
"I translate books from English into better English."
Tags:editor, editors, publisher, publishers, publishing, manuscript, manuscripts, writer, writers, author, authors, novelist, novelists, literary aspiration, literary aspirations, novel, novels, book, books, draft, drafts, translator, translators, punctuation, grammar, grammarian, copy editor, copy writer, copy writers, copy editors
"The 'H' is silent."
Tags:silent h, silent hs, grammar, grammarian, grammarians, silent letter, silent letters, crimes, homicide, homicides, grass, snitch, snitches, weasel, weasels, murder, murders, murderer, murderers, murdering, criminal, criminals, mobster, mobsters, gangster, gangsters, mafia, english teacher, english teachers
"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
"You there, Mister L! You're the only one in this word who has a right to remain silent."
"I found a misused apostrophe in one of your entrees."
'Without the comma, colons and semi-colons would rise up to oppress us.'
Grammarian - Meow, Meows, Meowing, Meowed.
"You have to use punctuation. We must meet on comma grounds ... period!"
Tags:commas, punctuation, punctuations, grammar lesson, grammar lessons, grammar class, grammar classes, grammarian, grammarians, periods, using punctuation, grammar, education, writing, proper punctuation, teacher, student, paper, writing paper, term paper, grades, literature, class, classroom, school, teaching, english teacher, english teachers, compromise, compromises, compromising
Cowboy in Old West boasts of having shot a guy for ending a sentence in a preposition.
"Don't split your infinitives with me, squire!"
When Grammarians Grill: 'Well done, well-done, or, well, done?'
Love, death and grammar.
Tags:praying mantises, grammarian, grammarians, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, praying mantis, grammar, die, dies, dying, dead, death, expression of love, couple, couples, married, married life, relationship, commitment, commit, sacrifice, declaration, love, loves, biology, language, grammatical, die for you, rule, rules, romance, romantic, verb, verb tense, verb tenses, men, women, science, selfless, loving, bite, language, mate, mating ritual, grammar rules, conditional, future
Grammar got run over by a reindeer
"She keeps shouting, 'couldn't, didn't, can't'."
Smoke signal with semi-colon
"I wish I was dead."
Complaining about poor grammar
Tags:complaint, complaints, grammar mistake, grammar mistakes, spelling mistake, spelling mistakes, grammar, language, linguistics, spell, spelling, misspell, complain, apostrophe, grammatical, education, english, grammarian, grammarians, complaints department, complaints departments, customer service, customers service