I've gotten special permission from the grammar police (who have a three full-time permanent liaisons and eight internships here at Writing About Writing due to all my errors) to share some grammar memes today and be spared their truncheons of bitter irony--since, you know...I make most of these mistakes on any given day.
|Wiley. I think this is from Non Sequitur. |
It's a hilarious page with lots more great comics that you should check out.
|There are 12 tenses in English--each its own nightmare of rules for how and when to use them.|
This is from Doug Savage at Savage Chicken (savagechicken.com) and please go check him out because even though I got this from a viral meme on FB, it is technically copyrighted.
Idioms are awesome to play with. I mean, once you hack your way through all the "shake a leg" jokes that totally just keep getting funnier every time, and never in any way get old or overdone. Totally...
|Jasonlove.com More giggles there!|
|I tried it. It's mostly accurate.|
I was just thinking recently about how silly Air Supply's "Two Less Lonely People In The World" would sound with proper grammar.