If we’re going to nit-pick, she never said she found it more offensive. In fact she never said “offensive” at all. She said it made her sad, and that the grammar also made her sad, and she did not say that it made her more sad. And I completely agree. This is indeed a sad story. But, in another way, so is the fact that a member of the BuzzFeed staff used such poor grammar. That’s not an accidental misspelling. That’s a misunderstanding of the English language, and it’s indicative of what seems to be a growing problem these days.
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