Read it before you post it!. And yes I have the Pirate language setting . Cap' n Ihate how people now in days don' t know how to use real English or write it! W facebook english Dumb People

Read it before you post it!

And yes I have the Pirate language setting

Cap' n
Ihate how people now in days don' t know how to use real English or
write it! What a shame
Arr! ' Weigh in ' 'bout 10 turn o' yer hourglass ago near the fair port of Bayonet Point
Chelsea an Devin Jimenez find this pleasin' to the eye.
n. ‘nowadays'
bout a shot o' rum ago . Arr!
fl also a comma is needed after English
a fiew grains o' sand ago . Arr!
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#2 - crilleballe (11/15/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Wow, both the original poster and both the grammar nazies fail miserably.
Also*
english*
Missing period.
User avatar #5 to #4 - misterbatman (11/15/2012) [-]
Nazi is a proper noun and therefor is always capitalized. Also, just so that you're aware, you didn't have a subject in the sentence "Works both ways." Even if you intended to use an implied "it" as your subject, I would have corrected you for the unclear pronoun reference.

And no, ******* , it doesn't work both ways.
User avatar #10 - growhappiness (11/16/2012) [-]
Arr!
#8 - thepandaking (11/16/2012) [-]
I saw someone who posted "all well" whenever she meant "oh well"
I don't know why, but it killed me. I think it's because it's not even a popular saying that's easy to misunderstand, it's just a ****** phrase that is somewhat commonly used. common enough to know the sounds of "oh" and "all" are different...

I think that's enough internet for now...
#20 - snipy (11/16/2012) [-]
Now in days?
#12 - cincodrums (11/16/2012) [-]
There should be a question mark at the end of his rhetorical question.
#9 - anonymous (11/16/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Pretty sure a comma between 'English' and 'or' isn't needed because it isn't a three item series.

And I wouldn't get too anal about 'now in days' since 1) it's a Facebook post and 2) that's simply how the guy pronounces it. These kind of posts are exactly why so many people are annoyed by Grammar Nazis.
User avatar #1 - dpcrosby (11/15/2012) [-]
He also forgot a period at the end but I forgot to mention it before I posted this.
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