Ocasio-Cortez ended the Twitter exchange by calling the Fox News host "a neo-Nazi fan favorite."
Bronn called out Ser Davos as the "Master of Grammar" and we want that title on a T-shirt, tbh.
“If it had been written in high school, I’d give it a D.”
“You know the difference between ‘your’ and ‘you’re.’” That line shows up in a JDate profile. It’s from the section where
The AP and Sarah Lawrence College have both recently issued statements about gender-sensitive pronouns.
"For want of a comma, we have this case."
Now you can scratch out “your” in a bitter text from a Tinder match who’d been unsuccessfully angling for a booty call.
And no, it's not because Latinos are supporting Trump.
The grammar is strong with this one.
"Language -- which all human societies have in immense grammatical complexity -- is far more interesting than pedantry."
Who are the Grammar Police? The grammar police are people who have a compulsive urge to correct other people's grammar, often in public. We're talking about those individuals who cross the line by dishing out public corrections, with the intent of making themselves feel superior while putting others down.