Grammar Jokes

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a comic strip with two different types of food
Nacho Pun
a sign that says, violators will be towed and find $ 50 on wheels
I don't care what you say. Grammar nazis are cool.
the instructions on how to do different things in this book, including don't
the joy of books (or why I could never stop worrying and learn to love the kindle)
what books are for
a green background with the words i before e except when you run a feisty heist on a weird begge foreign neighbourhood
an egyptian cartoon about the pyramids and what they mean to be in ancient egypt
Ancient Grammar Police... ....
an old man and his wife are shaking hands in front of two older men with hats on
The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for October 03, 2013 |
Renewing their vowels... 'The Argyle Sweater' by Scott Hilburn
a cartoon drawing of a man in bed with the caption'the operation was a success, but your color is now a semi - colon
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Punctuation/multiple meaning words related comic
a cartoon with an image of a person sitting in a chair and the caption says maybe i wouldn't have such a temper if you make up your mind one in a while
The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for January 01, 2011 |
Make up your mind... - 'The Argyle Sweater' by Scott Hilburn; 1/1/11
a drawing of a bear with its mouth open and the words i'll kill you with my bear hands
Grammarly: Free AI Writing Assistance
Bear hands!
a cartoon drawing of a man holding a sign that reads, gregs, the grammar police are here to see you
Editing for Grammarphobes: Possessives
Grammar police ...The book's what is on sale?...
two dinosaurs are talking to each other in front of a sign
Nothing is Not Something by Greg Wallace for July 16, 2014 |
T. Rex vs. Thesaurus Roget... - 'Something Is Not Something' by Greg Wallace; 7/16/14
a cartoon depicting two pencils sitting at a table
Cartoon of the Day: Editor
an owl sitting on top of a tree branch with two speech bubbles above it that says who or is it whom?
Who or Whom?
Who or Whom
an image of two knights talking to each other in front of a castle with the caption
The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for June 26, 2013 |
The fall of the Onomatopoeian Empire.