Grammar nazi

warning: fake blood >:)

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+6 1. MajorIdea commented 9 years ago

Reminds me of my old boss. Only nicer.
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+13 2. krillemaster commented 9 years ago

from:

"That Mitchell and Webb Look"
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-7 3. iwinu commented 9 years ago

why didnt he die when he shot himself?
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+8 4. WorldChampion commented 9 years ago

Pet Peeve = Replacing Doesn't with Don't, makes me want to shoot people.
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-5 5. WildMonkey commented 9 years ago

Ah the grammar Nazi attack, the first and last resort of the witless nimrod.
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+3 6. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

The ACHE problem can be solved by Hotel Hotel Hotel.
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+5 7. Urmensch commented 9 years ago

#6
The ACHE problem is not relevant; the sketch is about aitch.
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0 8. BooTheGoose commented 9 years ago

He missed one... "for saying things wrongLY"
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+4 9. sgtstone5 commented 9 years ago

love british hummor
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-8 10. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

If snotr wants to be family friendly, it should have a warning about these vids.
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+8 11. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#10 oh yes..it was soo real and brutal..we are sorry about it :'( Should i remove it so your kids wont get traumatized? You should already know we also got accidents, faceplants & fails on here..and this is a sketch from a tv show.. :x
Please dont let your family visit youtube either..

(Seems we have add a word to the term and let it be "almost" family friendly..just for you ;) )
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+3 12. WickedOne14 commented 9 years ago

Can I AX you something? It's an EXPECIALLY important question. >:)
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+1 13. orion commented 9 years ago

Yet not a single word has H pronounced as in alphabet. English is weird.
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+3 14. Gorf commented 9 years ago

He should have shot himself first - it's "abbreviation" in this case, not "acronym".
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+5 15. orion commented 9 years ago

#11 your last sentence is grammatically incorrect.
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+4 16. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#15 Your comment gave you a thumb up from me. *Shoots* :)
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+1 17. davor1387 commented 9 years ago

I think this has a much deeper reference than the video shows in terms of business. Still a good laugh though.
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+1 18. Thanny commented 9 years ago

#14 Some people think acronyms have to be words, while others only require that it be constructed from initial letters. In common usage, the latter view tends to hold, so he didn't need to shoot himself until ignorami.
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+2 19. Gorf commented 9 years ago

Um - no. An abbreviation which is made up of initials can also be called an initialism, but an acronym is specifically* defined as an abbreviation that can be read as a word in itself. Just because something is in common use, it doesn't make it right. Any Grammar Nazi would of been able to tell you that. (Did you see what I did, there?)

Incidentally, #13 - have you never been to a hotel or hospital? They both have the H pronounced.



* or perhaps "pacifically"