Good old-fashioned jokes, just like grammar used to make.
"People with good spelling and grammar have typo-negative blood."
"I used to love correcting people's grammar until I realized what I loved more was having friends."
"That's what." —She
I thought I was in love until he used the wrong form of "your."
Surely you can look at this post without AKL!FDSA;HS;UGGGGH.
In your ramen shop, in your Dollar Store, on your NYPD wanted posters, etc.
This is for everyone who literally doesn't care how they use the word "literally."
Hint: It's never appropriate. Don't be that guy.
You're doing it wrong.
The only thing more annoying than having your grammar corrected is having to be the one constantly correcting everyone's grammar.
Weird Al has had enough with poor public grammar, and he's doing something about it, one sign at a time.
I could have guessed that a group of sexbots is called a harem, but I never would have known that a group of molemen is called a bureau.
This ad for The White Grotto, found in a 1916 issue of Froth (now Phroth) humor magazine, highlights the importance of proper comma usage. If you still don't get it after the first sentence, you've read too far.