What's even funnier about this (to me) is that my mom always puts the year in quotation marks just like that at the top of birthday and christmas cards!
I suppose one (not me) could create a mirrored blog called The Blog of Missing Necessary Punctuation Marks. Your example underscores a rampant omission: the comma after the vocative, as in following the word "congratulations." I'm not so purist as to insist on "Hi comma Bethany," but I could be.Persnickety Pawlie
At least they didn't spell it "congradulations."
Heh, heh. Yeah, I was being sarcastic. I actually did graduate when I was supposed to.
Just wanted to comment because my name is on the cake.
wow. it's "2002"a.k.a. uhhhhhhh.... 50000000000000lol~Randallrockshttp://randallrocksblog.blogspot.com/
not like they actually graduated, we were just making the cake a year ahead and someone forgot.On my straightening iron pamphlet it says:After using, always "unplug it".I don't get it.
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