Moter Cycle Accidents

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    SkinnyBill@Sharenator:~/Moter_Cycle_Accidents$ "GrammarNazi

    ###GRAMMAR NAZI for SHARENATOR###
    ########V1.0####################

    Scanning Post in Current Directory...

    3 ERRORS FOUND!
    Spelling: Moter → Motor
    Incorrect Word Separation: Moter Cycle → Motorcycle
    Spelling: Jamaika → Jamaica

    ################################
    ##"SkinnyBill Immediately Requests ####
    ##rectification of grammatical errors###
    ###############################


    Process Completed Successfully

    SkinnyBill@Sharenator:~/Moter_Cycle_Accidents$

    Yay for Linux ^^

    You're obviously a captious individual who cannot resist the urge to correct a spelling and/or grammar mistake even in informal settings. After pointing out the linguistic shortcomings in others, a Grammar Nazi (SkinnyBill) feels a strange sense of twisted and unconstructive intelligentsia delight.

    In reality, they are making someone else feel bad for no reason and unintentionally implying that their "superior" grammar skills are all they have to show for a wasted liberal arts education.

    While proper grammar usage is all well and good, a Grammar Nazi cavils even insignificant errors in English to somehow win an argument. Of course, rather than being genuinely persuasive in an argument, pointing out English errors is a weak attack only on the typist's credibility and never has any bearing on the underlying premises and assertions therein.

    In other words, this is simply a disguised ad hominem argument which intelligent and logical people disregard.

    Still, one should strive to spell and use words properly, but arrogant and unsolicited advice is not a very persuasive way to teach English.


    Example:

    Average High Schooler: So U R their in Britin, than?

    Insecure English PhD (aka Grammar Nazi)(double aka SkinnyBill): I am in England studying here at Oxford, sir, and I prefer you talk to me only in Ye Olde Englishe like a good chap because language can never evolve.

    Some High Schooler (aka MalverdeAl100): LOL!!!!11 Hve fun nvr getting laid!1111!!!! jk :P
    - MalverdeAl100 March 31, 2011, 9:27 am
    Thank you kind sir for pointing out the personality flaws defined by Grammar Nazi-ism.

    I personally like to practice English all the time. I even write like this to friends. You can check my MSN, Facebook, Texts, and I nearly always use full words and grammar.

    There is honestly no need for the average high schooler to use "R" and "U". Considering people tend to get ridiculous text allowances, there should be no reason of anyone trying to conserve individual letters. If you are in high school and can't even write "THEN" correctly, then you are a complete retard, because:
    >The E is not next to the A on a keyboard, so you shouldn't miss type it.
    >ThAn is a completely different sound to thEn, and there should be no confusion on guessing a spelling based on what the word sounds like.
    >You learn the difference between 4 letter words within the first two years of school. That is, lower school, not high or secondary school.

    As for the Insecure English PhD... well, thanks for the compliment, but I'm really not that good at English. I'm halfway through Year 10 (15 years old) and am only working at C grade GCSE English.
    I live nowhere near Oxford and never want to even go there, because it is full of environment fags who loathe a car with an Engine, and still think that bicycles are better than cars.
    Additionally, every American who thinks English people talk in either "Olde English" or "Queen's English" (as in, the posh english) should fall off a cliff. Because we don't. It's not even stereotypical. NO ONE talks like that here. And I mean, no-one.

    And finally, "Some High Schooler" needs to learn to stop pressing the "1" button BEFORE the shift button. They also need to learn that using more than one exclamation mark in sequence looks horrible and stupid. Also, from the second bundle of exclamation, you need to learn to keep your finger on SHIFT for the entire time you press 1 for an un-necessary number of times.
    Finally, please note that VOWELS are an essential part of the English language and should NEVER be omitted. Without vowels, words are physically unpronounceable. As above, "Hve", "nvr", "jk" are all missing EVERY vowel. These are physically impossible to pronounce, and it forces the people who are stupid enough to write like that to strain themselves fitting the vowels back in correctly so they can pronounce the word in their head.



    Any questions or comments are welcome, and I will be here all week.
    - SkinnyBill March 31, 2011, 11:09 am
    I shal Speel how eva i want too u guyz are a buntch of grammr notz's go chock on a dik...lol rolf lmao jfk wft bbq
    - moelester March 31, 2011, 2:48 pm
    TL;DR
    - drakengard85 March 31, 2011, 3:28 pm
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    haha didnt even notice that lulz, i was kinda sorta focused on... yea

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    its one of those when you see it moments i was like wtf when you mentioned helmets i was just overloaded with big black ass

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