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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

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Elizabeth

Your list absolutely cracks me up, Amy--I know we would be fast friends : )

Elizabeth

Oh, and it's 43º here. Ugh!

Candace

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I love the writing prompts. I always get stuck with what to write about and how to write it. I also love that you are giving us your example (note that I know the proper way to use your and you're) I am glad that these things don't just bother me. I really hate it when I am reading a BOOK with a bunch of typos! I think geez, I could have read this and picked them out for them and I am not an english major or anything even close.

Helena

The homework typo would drive me absolutely nuts.

Melissa

Loved making this list! Posted mine on my blog.

Laurie

I am so glad to hear I'm not the only one who sends back school documents with misspellings and grammar mistakes corrected! To make it worse, though I'm not an employee of my daughter's school, I'm assigned there 50% of my time as part of my job. I'm sure they are sick of me correcting grammar and spelling!

Laurie

Oh, and I am such a chocolate fan too. Just finished eating a dark chocolate granola bar (Nature Valley-very delicious) as I worked on emails. I told myself that it was healthy. Dark chocolate is good for you, right? And when paired with fiber, it must be close to the perfect breakfast. Right? Right. . . ?

Vickie Turcotte

Great list - your/you're, there/their, to/two/too - they all drive me crazy. How about irregardless? It's just regardless people! And since I'm a "liberian", I know exactly how entitled some think they are! Yes, your taxes pay my salary, but no, that doesn't make me your personal slave. (That's why I'm a cataloger - they keep me in the basement, away from the public.)

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