posted on 5.3.11
wahjah:

This makes me want to write more.

Love this.

wahjah:

This makes me want to write more.

Love this.

(Source: thunderwoot)

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posted on 1.30.11 Marijuana & Led *Zeppelin* time!

tazar:

whateveryoucallit:

fixed.

double fixed.

triple fixed.

(Source: tampontears)

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posted on 8.19.10
“The person who wrote that article gets to tell everyone she meets that she writes for a magazine, as does the copy editor who missed the mistake, as does the editor responsible for it. And everyone they meet is like, “Oh, that seems like a nice job.” And yet every third person I meet is all, “A blogger? You can make money doing that?” Yeah, I can. It’s not the best job, but I’m overqualified for magazine work.”
From: 

Matt Ufford (via ShareBros) (via jamiemottram) (via soupsoup)

I feel like that every day.

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posted on 8.17.10
“There is no A in “definitely.” To help you remember, use this: If you put an A in “definitely,” then you’re definitely an A-hole.”
From: 

The Oatmeal, 10 Words You Need to Stop Misspelling  (via kaytee)

Seriously, folks, it’s not that difficult.

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posted on 7.18.10

inky:

Grammar Nazi, via Language Log.

David Mitchell is my hero.

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posted on 4.17.10
The Alot is Better Than You at Everything
But there is one grammatical mistake that I particularly enjoy encountering.  It has become almost fun for me to come across people who take the phrase “a lot” and condense it down into one word, because when someone says “alot,” this is what I imagine.

The Alot is Better Than You at Everything

But there is one grammatical mistake that I particularly enjoy encountering. It has become almost fun for me to come across people who take the phrase “a lot” and condense it down into one word, because when someone says “alot,” this is what I imagine.

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