Thursday, May 29, 2008

relevant PAN

a few people drew my attention to this.  I think the passive aggression is way better than the QMs, but they're alright.


Anonymous said...

I think the quotes reveal the true nature of the passive aggressor beautifully. Thoughtlessness, carelessness, laziness, and uncritical thinking can manifest as poor grammar as much as in PA notes. And that rampant punctuation abuse is a worthy posting for that blog or this one.

Anonymous said...

Also one of the best PANs ever !

Sparrow said...

Hehe, if we're gonna have a whole blog for wrong grammar, if only punctuation marks, I still have to comment on the blogger's spelling of alright. I mean, I couldn't just pass it by without a comment, right? LOL. Anyway, all right is always two words.

Anonymous said...

The form alright as a one-word spelling of the phrase all right in all of its senses probably arose by analogy with such words as already and altogether. Although alright is a common spelling in written dialogue and in other types of informal writing, all right is used in more formal, edited writing.