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Thursday, January 28, 2010

English Lesson of the day.

We all need a little refresher from time to time. I’m no English genius by any stretch of the imagination, but there are a few grade school lessons that many of us have forgotten over time. So, being the helpful person I always am, I’m providing you with a few tidbits to make you sound a heck of a lot smarter than you usually sound. No thanks is necessary. Unless you want to thank me. Then you can buy me some gift cards to Target. Or even Gymboree, I’m not picky.

I found this first lesson most appropriate given the examples. Uncanny, eh?

(Legal crap: All images below are from http://theoatmeal.com)
alot1 their This is one of my biggest pet peeves.

your

Another pet peeve.

definitely

The explanation is too funny to ignore.



effect I often have a hard time with this one.



then

The puking panda owns me.

So, there you have it – don’t say I never gave you anything. The gift of knowledge, my friend, is beautiful. And so is that puking panda bear. BLORCH!



7 comments:

Mandy said...

OMG I'm ROFL over aporkchop! Those are too funny!

Stephanie said...

Funniest. Post. EVER.
Those are hilarious!!! Thanks for a new site to check out too!

Mrs E said...

let me just say, definitely is the word that I always spell wrong..now...probably won't happen as often! lol

Tori said...

Hey- I like your blog name, too! ;)
I think your name story wins over mine. How random. I love it.

I saw this English lesson on somebody's blog and loved it - funny the random places a pork chop reference will pop up.

Crystal said...

I absolutely LOVE this post!! Anything that The Oatmeal does is hilarious!

Kent said...

Well I'm definately an a-hole because I always spell that word THAT way <---- LOL!!!! It's and its aren't on there, I can't keep those two straight!

Lyndsay said...

LOVE it! You should post a link from your blog on the bump. :)

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