More people we can safely dislike

Oh man. I have been subjected to appalling grammar this week. I want to put these folks under citizens arrest … for the murder of the English language!

  1. People who say “360°” when they meant “180°,” as in “His attitude went 360°.” That doesn’t mean he changed his attitude. That means it’s right back where it started, fucktard.
  2. People who mix up there, their and they’re.
  3. People who can’t recall the simple ‘i’ before ‘e’ rule.
  4. Amerikans who kant spell rite. (See below)

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27 Replies to “More people we can safely dislike”

  1. People who don’t know the difference between it and it’s
    Twitterbators who name-drop celebrities
    Twitterbators who live on facebook and complain about not having any quality family time
    People who don’t realize that it’s okay to ignore their cellphone while they are driving, in a meeting, having lunch, a conversation, sex, or a crap.
    Drivers who don’t know the difference between merge and yield

  2. [quote comment=”633490″]People who don’t know the difference between it and it’s[/quote]
    Shouldn’t that be between its and it’s?

  3. [quote comment=”633491″][quote comment=”633490″]People who don’t know the difference between it and it’s[/quote]
    Shouldn’t that be between its and it’s?[/quote]

    It should be and I shouldn’t be posting prior to 6 am. Need coffee icon ….

  4. Re: #3 – Just yesterday there was an internet note saying they’re (!) going to stop teaching i before e in ENGLAND (!!!) because there (!) are so many exceptions.

    sew their!

  5. ford windstars are fucking stoopid. they don’t know how to fucking spell with bloody lipstick on their stoopid fucking back windows. fucking stoopids. 😈

  6. What really burns my butthole is those Merkans who haven’t got a clue about labour and neighbour and honour.

    Plus these gay spellcheckers. Oooh, I don’t know how to spell “butt hole” properly!

    Pso they’re!

  7. My mom is a teacher so she has always taught me to say “I did well” instead of “I did good,” so it always bothers me when I hear someone else say it. Another one is “me and the girls” when it should be “the girls and I,” as in: “The girls and I hung out at the nude beach.” 😛

  8. [quote comment=”633512″]My mom is a teacher so she has always taught me to say “I did well” instead of “I did good,” so it always bothers me when I hear someone else say it. Another one is “me and the girls” when it should be “the girls and I,” as in: “The girls and I hung out at the nude beach.” :P[/quote]
    or, “I was hanging out at the nude beach.”

  9. Anyone who says “that’s a good thing”. You’re not Martha and I hope that you’re not dumb as a post. Say “that’s good” and be done with it.

    People who starts a sentence with “I don’t want to be (mean, nosy, rude, ignorant, a total ass, etc), but …”. Well, guess what? You are whatever word you put in those brackets.

    People who use “To be totally honest” or “To tell the truth” are basically telling you that everything else they say is a lie.

  10. [quote comment=”633514″][quote comment=”633512″]My mom is a teacher so she has always taught me to say “I did well” instead of “I did good,” so it always bothers me when I hear someone else say it. Another one is “me and the girls” when it should be “the girls and I,” as in: “The girls and I hung out at the nude beach.” :P[/quote]
    or, “I was hanging out at the nude beach.”[/quote]
    No, no, no!

    IT was hanging out at the nude beach.”

    I put it back in after I realized it was getting too much attention…

  11. You draw crowds at the nude beach, do you Rust?

    Not a problem I’ve had to deal with, I must admit.

  12. Donut just piss you off the way peeple bugger up the Inglish lanaguage Dave? I mean for Chriss’ sake, kunsult a frikkin’ dickshunary befour you rite something on the back of yer van ewe minuteman assholes! What lanaguage is Inglish? I’m a righter, a Canajun wun, and I no the difference between its, it’s and all them theres!
    Tyme for a drink…

  13. [quote comment=”633523″][quote comment=”633514″][quote comment=”633512″]My mom is a teacher so she has always taught me to say “I did well” instead of “I did good,” so it always bothers me when I hear someone else say it. Another one is “me and the girls” when it should be “the girls and I,” as in: “The girls and I hung out at the nude beach.” :P[/quote]
    or, “I was hanging out at the nude beach.”[/quote]
    No, no, no!

    IT was hanging out at the nude beach.”

    I put it back in after I realized it was getting too much attention…[/quote]

    or too much sun for that matter 😯

  14. The word is used out of context, but it’s merely missing a space. The Lana Gauge is the scale by which all actresses should be ranked.
    “Great job, that performance was totally Peyton Place!”
    “Don’t kid yourself, it was barely Falcon Crest”.

    On a more serious note, I hate misuse of i.e. and e.g. Particularly loathsome are those that use either in conversation. That’s right up there with my second favorite… air quotes.

  15. My mistake, I see now that they’ve even managed to misspell gauge. There really isn’t any hope is there? 😥

  16. People from Illinois that fail to silence the ‘s’ 😐
    People who actuate enlighted vocabulary to make oneself appear exquisite :puke:
    Whites that speak black :wtf:
    People who misuse words like “homophobe” (trust me fudgepackers, we are not afraid of you!) :gay:
    Those who spit when they talk 👿

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