Links and visuals illustrating an orthographic pet peeve.
This was for sale in a tacky souvenir shop in Park City.
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By Readers Like You
– August 23, 2012
My department MANAGER for medical transcription, a job for which correct grammar and spelling and punctuation are VITAL, used “your” consistently when trying to say “you are.” Used to just drive us nuts!!
If my not hurt, i will be!
…actually, this is not such a bad idea. Just show them the text, and it will produce just as much pain as actually hitting them.
…heh, I did not just write “I” with a non-capital i, did I…
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