Wednesday, January 10, 2007

It's privilege

not priviledge.

Just saying.


And while we're at it, y-o-u-r your is a possessive pronoun. y-o-u-apostrophe-re- (you're) is you-are. Implying an action.

Your grammar sucks.
You're welcome.


P.S: This post is an awesome idea to vent my pet issues on matters of the written word. Watch out for regular updates. :-) And feel free to add your own.


Sakshi said...
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Kaushik Gopalan said...

Grammar Nazi. /*Shakes head*/

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...


c'mon. we're all entitled to pet peeves, aren't we?

shub said...

you're post is really funnny! Your happy now? :P muhahahaha :D
Oh yes I can add to that list! Unfortunately my pet peeves are most common expressions used by people, so for fear of getting lynched, I shall stay mum :) Or vent on my blog another day :-)

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...


shub said...

surely, you mean hurl's didn't you?
bwahahahahahahahaha :D

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...

get outta my blog you terrible terrible girl!

:'( mummmeeee

shub said...

wokay wokay, backing off :D

Neihal said...


Anonymous said...

its a pre-village!

commenting on this post of your's i meant.

fafridi said...

I am reminded of this interesting headline, that a friend of mine had written about, on his blog. the headline read
>>British Indian doctors' body gets new head<<
If you miss the nuance of the apostrophe, you'll be wondering for ever :)

Sujatha Bagal said...

Oh, don't get me started.


qsg said...

He didn't went their because his siblings and they're car's were missing. There plans to go to conneKticut we're ruined because of that. They didn't beleived that after all this planning, they're plans failed.

Okay, now I am forgotting what I meaned to say.

Will you make frandsip with me?

The Smiling Girl said...

HEhehe... I just loved Gems comment..
Serves u right for having vented this.. now try to decode what she said and let me know.. :P

And I will get back to u with more... :D

For now, be happy with this -

I no, your not liking this at all, but your noing my love for seeing you are irritated face, right?

Hmm.. not a bad try! :) :P

And oh, btw.. *hi5 Shub* :D

namrata said...
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Kaushik Gopalan said...

Ha! Is it time for another Bad English contest?

Dr@ma Div@ said...

how about One and Won. I say them both exactly the same way. Isn't English a mess?

Mosilager said...

Gandhi... not Ghandi... now repeat 100 times... Gandhi. Write Gaandhi if you have to...

OK that was my rant against media and various other people.

Football, not soccer (that's another one, but considerably harder to justify and based on personal preference and completely shallow thoughts).

Revealed said...

did'nt!!! y???? Isnt it obviously did not shortened!!!!! Bah!

Anonymous said...

Your's too. Thanks


Rebellion said...

LOL Lajjo!
After reading Shub's & Gems' comment, no comments!

Wud just like to hi5 both of them. hehehehe :p

Sorry Lajjo :P
Take care,

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...

shub, neihal, anony, qsg, SG, aarti,
you are all a bunch of sick sadists.

hehe. see my point?

yeah...then/than, lose/loose. DAMN! .thanks for sharing and understanding. people like you are so hard to find these days. ;)

looks like we have lots of winners too!

drama diva,
well- the spoken word can get a bit confusing, but people should try and keep those damn apostrophes in their place!!!!

:-) i hear ya, man, i hear ya.


grammatically accurate, even if factually incorrect. good start!

Mediocretes said...

u'r crazee.

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...