A Leaf Out Of The Grammar Nazi’s Manual

The word “no” is often used to shorten the word no “know,” but at least once per day I see the word “know” used in place of “no.” This post on chotisibaatein by fictionistassan highlights my frustratations.

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I came across this picture on Facebook πŸ˜‰ I really wish I could print it out and stick it on the forehead of every person who commits silly mistakes when it comes to grammar :p

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Honestly, I think I’ll smash my laptop if I have to read some bs status again, by some person with no knowledge of grammar whatsoever!

Here’s a few hilarious and utterly ridiculous ones I found… Yea google helped me πŸ˜‰ :p

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Are you guys also annoyed by such faulty, incomprehensible statements? Have you come across hilarious ones? πŸ™‚

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