"Certainly. A party of four at seven-thirty in the name of Dr. Jennings. May I ask whether that is an actual medical degree or a Ph.D.?"
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'100% Grammatically Correct Popular Tunes'
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"What do you think- capitalize 'Me'? Or too much?"
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Steven Nevets- Palindrome
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"Very traditional. He's the noun. She's the adjective."
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A man drives down a road that has two road signs with quotations marks positioned on either side of it.
"You have no idea what it's like to be a 'just between you and me' person in a 'just between you and I' world."
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"What can I say? I was an English major."
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"I found a misused apostrophe in one of your entrees."
"I translate books from English into better English."
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The Comma Sutra
"When are people going to stop speaking every sentence like it's a question?"
"Not only do they all speak fluent English, but they keep correcting your grammar."
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"My worst nightmare is seeing apostrophes where they don't belong."
"And remember–no more subjunctives where the correct mood is indicative."
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"I've grown numb to exclamation points."
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A tombstone with an inscription reading: "Eugene R. Traskin - 'Literally died'"
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The crew can no longer tolerate Captain Bligh's ruthless splitting of infinitives."
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"You've got to learn about verbs. How else are you going to verbalize your feelings?
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"The human being can survive for three weeks without food, and three seconds without correcting someone's grammar."
"She said it's not me; it's my semicolons."
"I watch where I put my exclamation points."
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"It's so early in the year, and that English teacher…. She's already up in my grill."
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"Explain something to me. Are 'boned' and 'deboned' the same thing?"