But it could be worse: have you seen what other people post? It’s surprising they can spell “post”!
If you see something, spell it correctly.
2 of 2 — or you probably would prefer I say II of II.
1 of 2 — or should I say I of II?
Plus, “ET-The Extraterrestrial” would be abbreviated ET-TE.
I had something really interesting to say in this spot, but I can’t read my notes.
I know, I know: some people won’t find this humerus.
And we don’t apologise …er… apologize! for breaking away. We’re both stronger for it. Be sure to see last year’s post too: Independence Day.
Of course, when they then ask you “¿Hablas español?” or “Spreek je Nederlands?” and you stand there blinking at them, they’ll know you’re an obliviot.
In honor of one of my old memes going viral on Facebook — again. Posted in 2015, it has been shared more than 675,000 times, and last week had more than 3 million views. It’s here: You Are Judged By Your Grammar. Hat tip to Laura for reminding me of this irritation in reply!