You know you’re a grammar OC when…

  • …You had dreams about your elementary grammar teacher.
  • …You insist that the correct way to start writing on Facebook’s What’s on your mind field is by writing one of the following: is, has, had, will, would, shall, should, can, could;
  • …You believe that this also applies to Twitter and other similar sites.
  • …You have this urge to read people’s blog and don’t care what the subject matter is as long as there’s an agreement between each word, phrases, etc;
  • …You also have this urge to email privately the author of a blog if you find there’s something wrong with what he just wrote or posted.
  • …You have the tendency to pace back and forth to your bookshelf to refer to your grammar book just to check if what you just read makes sense.
  • …You panic when you see green (and red) crooked lines on what you have just typed in Microsoft Word – and then once again, you pace restlessly back and forth to your bookshelf…
  • …You wake up in the middle of the night to check if what you’ve posted in your blog is grammatically right;
  • …And you frantically recall and edit your post the moment you find something questionable with it; and you hope that no one has read it yet.
  • …You think people who frequently make grammar mistakes are criminals.
  • And last but not the least….

 

 

  • …You frequently drop by just to patrol my blogs. Hahahaha.

Note: I’m not a grammarian (obviously?) nor I’m an English major degree holder. I’m just one fan of the thing called English grammar. Until now I’m still trying to perfect it. Hello, Ms. Dofeliz.

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I’d like to post something about today’s Philippine start articles but I’d probably be drunk or tipsy by tonight that I’ll post this one instead for now.

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By the way, I think Twitter is addictive.

By the way, I think Twitter is addictive.

By the way, I think Twitter is addictive.

Oh, man. I’m doomed. Hahaha.

Have a nice Sunday everyone.

 

 

“Image by Kevin Dooley under Creative Commons license.”

 

Mood: 2/10 Honks!

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