theyuniversity:

(Source: G-DRAGON’s Instagram)

theanimejunkie:

bossubossupromode:

Two students, James and John were given a grammar test by their teacher. The question was, “is it better to use “had” or “had had” in this example sentence?”

The teacher collected the tests, and looked over their answers.

James, while John had had “had”, had had “had had.” “Had had” had had a better effect on the teacher.

welcome to the english language

nicolasandthecage:

do you realize that it takes 3 sheep to make one sweater???? amazing i didn’t even know they could knit

handpickedhappiness:

thevoxbox:

charlesoberonn:

giftvvrap:

will you marry me = a marriage proposal
will, you, Mary, me = a foursome proposal

Will you, Mary me = Cavewoman Mary helps Will recover from his Amnesia

Will, you marry me. = Will’s time-traveling partner

And people keep trying to tell me that punctuation isn’t important

"this is LAX. If we don’t find them now, they will literally be at the four corners of the earth."

EW that was the absolute worst misuse of “literally” EVER.

02.08.14 @ 16:20238469

motherfuckinoedipus:

abnels:

memeguy-com:

You win this round cheese

actually that is a rectangle cheese

[oxford comma laughing in the distance]

01.24.14 @ 02:07574036

motherfuckinoedipus:

abnels:

memeguy-com:

You win this round cheese

actually that is a rectangle cheese

[oxford comma laughing in the distance]

badly*

01.23.14 @ 00:55110097

badly*




In 1937 two women caused a car accident by wearing shorts in public for the first time

In 1937 a careless driver caused an accident when he took his eyes off the road to ogle 2 women wearing shorts in public for the first time.

fucking thank you

01.19.14 @ 00:27717411


In 1937 two women caused a car accident by wearing shorts in public for the first time

In 1937 a careless driver caused an accident when he took his eyes off the road to ogle 2 women wearing shorts in public for the first time.

fucking thank you

theyuniversity:

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Here’s the truth:

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However, many grammar sticklers insist that “insure" is only acceptable when it means "to guarantee against financial loss or harm.” So, the argument goes, if the sentence doesn’t involve money or the protection of assets, “ensure” is the better word to use.

Since it doesn’t take a whole lot of work to write “insure” instead of “ensure,” it’s not a bad idea to make that distinction.

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08.01.13 @ 16:193516

the amount of grammar errors and typos on my facebook news feed today is painful.

sodamnrelatable:

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04.17.13 @ 18:00473

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