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'No, Jason, I don't know why the T in 'Tsunami' is silent! Just run!'
You need to learn punctuation. I'ts, important later! 'in life'
'We're here to question mar.'
'I'm having my colon checked.'
"I was punctuating sentences long before you guys came along!"
'How does one correct this?' 'Get yourself a girlfriend.'
'When did the first two vowels appear?'
'Darling I want you to remember this always,,,'
'Stick them up...'
'Can you give me one good reason why you never use hyphens?'
Egyptians discussing hieroglyphic spelling.
'You've got a vulgar accent.'
Tags:accent, accents, accent mark, accent marks, taste, tasteful, vulgar, vulgarity, grammar, grammatical, accented, spelling, punctuation, punctuation mark, punctuation marks, language, typography, french, french teacher, french teachers, language teacher, language teachers, languages, vulgar, class, snobbery, snobs, status, tacky, tackiness, bad taste
'Miss Frumkin, parents are complaining that their kids are using curse words they learned in your class.'
The Despondent Clause
Tags:depressed, depression, melancholic, melancholics, mental health, mental state, mental states, mental illness, teacher, teachers, lesson, lessons, grammatical, clause, clauses, sad, melancholy, schools, class, classes, education, school, despondent, friends, overweight, unpopular, self-pity, teacher, self-esteem, classroom, classrooms
"I was a gainfully employed copy editor. Suddenly, one day, I couldn't tell an em dash from an en dash."
"She said it's not me; it's my semicolons."
'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
'Who.' 'Who.' 'Who.' 'Or is it whom?'
The Ekert Saga: 'Oh, thank goodness a grammar cop is on patrol to keep us all safe woo-hoo!!'
'Yes, I'm very punctual. I always use commas and periods.'
'Your daughter said I was a lousy English teacher. . . how dare her?'
'I hope you ain't got no tax up here!'