Catch me outside — how about that?
"Grammar: the difference between knowing you're shit and knowing your shit."
We need to talk about this.
"You can't run through a campsite. You can only ran, since it's past tents."
"The past, the present, and the future walked into a bar. It was tense."
A little head cinema for your celebration evening.
Are you a timeless grammar god?
Sure, you can spell... but can you spell under pressure?
The dictionary and you are basically an old married couple.
Researching methods that literary theorists use to understand stories teaches strategies for locating and revealing stories in image collections.
In an era of alternative facts, one dictionary is defining what it means to stay woke.
Falcons or Patriots, everyone loves clean copy.
Merriam-Webster (n.): the sassiest dictionary on Twitter.
Unnecessary quotation marks EVERYWHERE.
It's pretty effective, tbqh.
Only a fraction of the world’s languages are currently supported online. This is how Google hopes to fix that, using new technology powered by artificial intelligence. BuzzFeed News' Sheera Frenkel reports from Jarkarta, Indonesia.
2016 just got even MORE partisan.
Is it "nip it in the butt" or "nip it in the bud"?
More like pumpkintuation, amirite? *hides until winter* (Note that all style adheres to the BuzzFeed Style Guide.)
"This needs to go down in the dictionary as an example of ownership."
Don't find these funny? ::: pats shoulder ::: Their, there, they're.
Good old-fashioned jokes, just like grammar used to make.
Don't worry: Quvenzhané Wallis isn't one of them.
An agglutination of linguists. Bless the #ModernCollectiveNouns hashtag.
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