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SammyTheCat July 3rd, 2013 1:36am

Are you bothered or annoyed whenever someone misuses a word (there vs. their, your vs. you're)?

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CBunny Oakland, CA
07/03/13 9:59 am

Only if the misuse is in advertising, signage or any other publication. I feel like they're setting a bad example.

07/03/13 8:23 am

No it does not bother me, AutoCorrect can be the Culprit, Also, especially on this website, I am trying to Get the cursor to go where I want and hit submit. if you can read it and understand what they're trying to say who cares..

wego Utah
07/02/13 10:49 pm

Probably much more than I should be, but I can't help it. It drives me nuts!

saylor NC
07/02/13 9:20 pm

Can't help's the teacher in me.

Wert A picture of my junk
07/02/13 8:51 pm

Even though I pick on mistakes out of fun - and my intention is fun - I understand that online discussions are a haven for such errors. Fast posts lead to no proof reading and autocorrect is no friend on a discussion board.

susanr Colorado
07/02/13 7:07 pm

No. I think most of us know the correct usage; it just happens sometimes. Especially with autocorrect. It would be different in more formal writing - or even news articles online. Those people are supposed to be journalists, but I've seen dumb stuff.

bMyComrade Beantown
07/02/13 6:47 pm

Mostly bothered when I do it by accident. It's like, "come on, Self, you know better!"

MrLucchese If curious, ask.
07/02/13 7:36 pm

Exactly! Or when autocorrect turns into a grammar troll...

MrLucchese If curious, ask.
07/02/13 6:43 pm

Yes... It makes me want to correct them. It's such a simple thing to do, but there are certain underlying reasons why some people can't differentiate.

Jungle in the dog house
07/02/13 7:29 pm

Like sleeping during class?

MrLucchese If curious, ask.
07/02/13 7:35 pm

Haha, I guess that's one of them. Dyslexia and other learning disabilities are a few others.