Why It’s Hard Being A Grammar Nazi

The only thing more annoying than having your grammar corrected is having to be the one constantly correcting everyone’s grammar.

1. It’s hard being a Grammar Nazi. For starters, people call you a Nazi.

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2. Everywhere you go, you’re pained by the lack of respect for the English language.

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3. Every error laughs at you.

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4. Every mistake haunts you.

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5. And you’re constantly shocked at how wrong everyone else is.

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6. It’s like you can’t fully enjoy life unless everything is written correctly.

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7. But it feels like no one else cares.

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8. Sometimes, the mistakes are big and everyone notices them.

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9. But it’s the small mistakes, the ones that only you see, that really hurt.

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10. See, there’s a right way and a wrong way to write. You just care about getting things right.

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11. You shouldn’t get criticized for that.

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12. But there are people putting apostrophes where there should be none.

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13. And leaving them out where they belong.

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14. People using the wrong “your.”

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15. And the wrong “its.”

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16. And the wrong “bye.”

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17. And the wrong “toad.”

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18. It’s enough to make you lose your mind.

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19. And let’s not even start with how bad things are on the Internet.

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20. Every time you get on Facebook, you ask the Lord for strength to make it through.

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21. Texting just about anyone is just as bad.

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22. Grammar and spelling matter because if you get it wrong, it can completely change the meaning of what you’re trying to say.

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23. Like completely.

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25. I mean, have you guys heard of spellcheck?

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32. Get a brain, morons!

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33. But you know what the worst part is?

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34. When we accidentally make a mistake. It happens to us too.

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36. Still, can you guys please learn the difference between “they’re,” “their” and “there?”

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37. Thanks. MWAH!

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