The 23 Worst Parts About Being Good At Grammar

When your good at grammar, its both a blessing and a curse.

1. Even at a young age, you were better at grammar than most people.

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2. You excelled where your peers lagged behind.

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3. You have a hard time connecting with others.

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4. Relationships have ended as a result of improper grammar.

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5. You’ve lost all faith in word processors.

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6. Who programs these things?

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7. Sometimes you can’t help but leave a snarky response on a poorly worded sign.

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8. Your friends know the easiest methods for screwing with you.

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9. You can’t help but correct the correctors.

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10. You’ve had to teach generous friends pretty tough lessons.

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11. You find yourself wondering why a hotel would only have one guest at a time.

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12. Things have gotten so bad, you’ve started considering one out of four a success for most people.

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13. Every minor typo becomes a hilarious joke:

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14. Facebook is a minefield.

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15. You can’t even go on Twitter anymore.

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16. Even Tumblr has become a problem.

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17. Stray quotation marks make you feel “uneasy.”

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18. You find yourself wondering what “Boy Syrup” could possibly be.

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19. You can’t help but imagine Rachael Ray cooking and consuming her own dog, which is a really upsetting thing to imagine.

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20. You understand that people in high-stress careers don’t always have time for punctuation, but that doesn’t excuse them.

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21. You see something like this and add Nate Wade Subaru to your long list of businesses you’ll never visit.

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22. For a second, the world seems like a magical fairy tale….

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23. …but then you just realize everyone else is an idiot.

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