1. When you slip and make a grammatical mistake on social media, you want to die.
2. And if you make a mistake in a text message, you IMMEDIATELY send another text correcting it.
3. When you hear someone commit a grammatical error, you get a headache.
4. And you know that you can never truly become friends with a person who doesn't know the difference between "you're" and "your," no matter how harsh that may seem.
5. You don't understand how, in this day and age, there are still people who say "I seen that."
6. If you're going out with someone and they send you a text that says, "Maybe than we can go out for a drink," you know it's over between the two of you.
7. When you find a meme full of grammatical mistakes, and yet people are still sharing it without shame, you feel as if the apocalypse has arrived.
8. If you can't bring yourself to correct people's grammatical mistakes, you suffer silently through the pain.
9. Sometimes, you wonder whether you write particularly well, or if the people around you just didn't go to school.
10. You don't understand how there are people in power who write worse than you.
11. You and the dictionary have a complicated relationship, but you respect it and would NEVER cheat.
12. It is shocking when someone states that they don't care about proper punctuation.
13. You admit that you hate when people abuse air quotes.
14. But deep down, you know that nobody is perfect, and that even you yourself have been known to make the occasional grammatical error from time to time.
This post was translated from Spanish.