Earlier, we reported on Hayden Panettiere‘s misspelled tattoo. She jokes about it and says that she must now literally live with regrets, as she has a phrase in another language that she did not spell correctly permanently on her body. This brought up a question in my head: is it okay to judge others on their erroneous, misspelled tattoos? More
Oxford commas are probably the coolest thing since eggs, toast and orange juice! (That’s what we call TheGloss readers. It’s an adorable pet name.) More
I mean, so do I. Anyway, Old Navy made some sports shirts and I don’t know anything about sports but I do know a little about grammar most of which has to do with run-on sentences. More
When proclaiming your relationship status on your clothing, at least pay attention to proper word usage, okay? More
Not only does this shirt make a good bolding joke, it also means there isn’t a split infinitive in the famous Star Trek slogan. Everybody wins! [Via Fashionably Geek]
No….seriously…why….? I don’t understand this random use of the ellipsis that seems to be cropping up in every message I get. Ellipses are great. Really. I just don’t understand why people keep inserting them in the places of periods. As … More
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We were checking out TheFrisky’s list of relationship dealbreakers and we came across one very special one. U vs. You. Our grandparents didn’t have to worry about that sort of thing. Now, there seems like something odd and schoolmarmish about … More
Attention, fellow word nerds: for the first time in its history, Scrabble is officially changing their rules and allowing proper nouns to count in the game. Proper nouns, for those of you who aren’t grammar geeks, are nouns (people, places, … More