OK now, how many grammar mistakes can you spot in this video? I am always on my kids' backs about running their words together or using words like "tooken." However, I've also learned that if you go on the internet and tell people they are doing something wrong (or "incorrectly," as this should be), you'd better do it perfectly or you're going to be raked over the coals! -via Geeks Are Sexy
If we're so darned civilized and special, can't we at least take the time out for a complete sentence and proper spelling? Since I've begun losing my hearing I've gotten even less patient with the spoken language.
At least any mistakes I make are legitimate errors and not willful ignorance and laziness.
ps, hopefully it goes without saying that i don't care to have my grammar errors scrutinized, analyzed and publicized. thank you.
Funny that no one ever corrects "sad," "angry," "ecstatic," etc.