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    vincent42
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    y r u so mad?

    Flickerdart
    Member

    u mad?

    bstaples
    Member

    LOLUMAD

    srsly tho, u ned 2 l2typew/ocussing b4 u worry bout mah grammer.

    Awesome1
    Member

    U went more overboard then u needed and insulted everyone on the inernet and their not gonna stand 4 this. Y r u so meen?

    flagrantfowl
    Member

    *Stands up and begins to slowly clap*

    mld
    Member

    if I could only use this in my classroom…
    *sighs and joins the applause*

    #makecasemdsgreatagain
    Member

    *stars booooing*

    fortyseven
    Member

    He had to kill their fucking dumbshit asses?

    I’m sure he’d shit himself to the sight of a decomposing body

    Ch3x0
    Member

    *joins the applause as well*

    lhamilt2
    Member

    I would join the applause, but there were so many grammatical errors that I want to find the person that made this and “kill their fucking dumbshit ass!”

    Mayyday
    Member

    *adds to the growing applause*

    natedog
    Member

    damn, i have this submitted. it’s in the queue now and will drop in 4 days

    nsfw.myconfinedspace.com/2010/05/13/grammar-nazi-3/

    didyimis
    Member

    BAWWWWWW

    This is stupid. I think it’s pretty clear that the way people type on the internet is a direct result of shortcuts taken in, generally, fast-paced IM conversations as well as in texting, in the days before phones came equipped with QWERTY keyboards and were able to hold like 160+ characters per message.

    Besides this isn’t English class and AP/MLA formatting isn’t required. Not to mention the fact that’s it’s generally much easier to include the nuances found in spoken language into typed/written when you’re given more liberty with spelling and/or grammar, even with syntax.

    nyoki
    Member

    Also, everyone (e1) has shortcuts they use. I almost always use w/ and w/o (with and without), not sure why I picked these three up. I don’t even know where or when I picked them up.
    Then I have some math shortcuts that I use in normal writing:
    st = such that
    ?, + = and
    ? = or
    ? = all, every
    ? = each
    ~ = approximately
    ? = nada,
    There’s prolly (probably) more, but I can’t think of them now.

    nyoki
    Member

    Damnit, when did alts stop working?

    Denmarkian
    Member

    Are you talking about windows macros? Like Alt+0248 for ø?

    Those have never worked in HTML.

    nyoki
    Member

    ¶ always works, why don’t others?

    racmar
    Member

    *joins the thunderous applause*

    figosound
    Member

    tl:dr

    flintlocke
    Member

    Definately.

    nyoki
    Member

    lol?

    AgZed
    Member

    *applauds*

    I was looking for Mother’s Day cards the other day, and found one that said, “Mom ur the best, I love u.” I was like what the fucking shit. Shit like that has its place, like when you have limited amounts of space or time. Anywhere else is the place for proper fucking English, because no ones going to take your high-functioning Aspergers, marathon-running, million-dollar-making, supermodel-banging ass seriously if you spell like a fucking retard. I mean shit, it’s not hard…

    Kandi
    Member

    WHAT?! I CAN’T HEAR YOU!
    THERE’S A THUNDEROUS NOISE HERE AND I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU’RE SAYING!
    WHAAAAT?!

    nyoki
    Member

    Agreed. When I’m writing anything important, I use full proper spelling and grammar. If I’m explaining, it’ll be proper, even here. If I’m just quick commenting, whatev.

    artation
    Member

    Interesting, but it turns out that nobody writes as if they’re illiterate. They write as though they were illiterate.

    nyoki
    Member

    🙂

    Jester-Noir
    Member

    This would be cool, if there weren’t so many grammatical errors in it.

    Think Tank
    Member
    Think Tank

    ^ This

    driver01z
    Member

    EXTREME ENGLISH

    *joins applause* Now I am an good grammar user.

    lhamilt2
    Member

    i’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you used “an” incorrectly on purpose! XD

    Cy85
    Member

    I’ll join with everyone else in wishing I could applaud this message if not for all the grammatical errors the author himself isn’t consistently using. Also, a great deal of punctuation is missing in some places, but used in others (asking rhetorical questions still requires a question mark).

    It’s like seeing an Olympic gymnast set up for a great vault and spin through the air perfectly, only to slam face-first into the mat.

    The fun in being a grammar nazi is catching other grammar nazis fumble. (And yes, I text in whole words and complete sentences when needing information).

    so_cali
    Member
    so_cali

    somebody needs a hug.



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