The second installment of “Grammar Cats” is here! Thank you to the few who submitted your own grammar cats (you know who you are). Enjoy!
I’ve decided to make another “Grammar Cats” video. (Missed the first one? View it here.) Since many of my readers are as in love with lolcats as I am, I’d be honored to include YOUR grammar cats in the next video! If you’re interested, go to the I Can Has Cheezburger? website and create your grammar cat photo, and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creating a lolcat is simple. Click on the link above, and under the site’s title at the top of the screen, click the “Create” button.
From there, select the “Cats” tab. Once you find a picture you’d like to use, click “Select” and add your genius caption. There’s no need to upload it to the website (unless you’d like to, of course); simply save the photo to your computer and send it to me in an email.
I’ll be taking submissions until July 6 (that’s next Friday). I hope to see some of your photos soon!
I have promoted myself from Nerd to Gargantuan Nerd. Because the whole world is gaga over lolcats (as am I), I have put together a little video I like to call “Grammar Cats.” Make fun of me. I’ll make fun of me with you. Just don’t lie and say you didn’t laugh at least a little.
One thing I’ve never mentioned here is that I’m a cat FREAK. My closest friends are afraid to say the word “cat” in my presence for fear of listening to me ramble on about cats for an hour without taking a breath.
For those of you who are familiar with lolcats, you know the truest form of a lolcat contains the worst spelling and grammar ever witnessed by mankind. For the sake of understanding this post, please check out the website if you’ve never seen a lolcat.
I’ve seen some pretty cute lolcats that poke fun at the traditional lolcats by donning proper grammar and spelling. So, to mix things up a bit here on my blog, I’ve dedicated an entire post to my ten favorite grammar-related lolcats.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I love lolcats and I think their intentionally horrific grammar is hilarious. In fact, when I imagine the thoughts my own cat is having, I always envision his grammar is pretty awful. He is, after all, a cat. 😉