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LOVE YOUR WEBSITE!!!!
Your blog is Hilarious. Bad grammar, punctuation errors, and poor spelling make me grind my teeth. You’ve inspired me to get off my as (intentional, but I didn’t need to tell you that, did I?) and get my grammar blog started, to. Keep up the good finds.
I love your website. We share the same sentiments but you are far adept than me. I feel like a lolcat! (=’-‘=)
I thought of you immediately when I was reading Newsweek (8/1 & 8/8 issue) and on page 68 I learned that Madeleine Albright had one been the “secetary of state.”
I wonder if that was before or after she was the secretary of state. 🙂
Ouch! I’m always a little more baffled by grammatical errors in the “larger” publications like Newsweek.
Fantastic blog! Poor grammar irks me, too. Unfortunately, it seems to follow me. Last weekend I parked in a car-park with a sign explaining that the car-park “close’s at 6pm” and walked past a “caffé” selling sodas and “fry’s”. Oh boy, there’s only so much a girl can deal with!
You’re going to put Letterman out of business.
Very nice site, but why are you mainly attacking poor spelling while your slogan states “attacking poor grammar”? Moreover, why does your logo only show spelling mistakes when the site’s name is grammaniac? O.o
I can’t say I agree that I “mainly attack poor spelling.” While many of my posts target spelling errors, a good portion of my posts also target a whole range of other grammatical errors. I’m not sure how long you’ve been viewing my site, but there is definitely variety in my posts!
I delight in, cause I found exactly what I used to be taking a look for. You have ended my four day lengthy hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye