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Here is a sign for all the sign readers here on PDD. A sign that actually explains how to properly use an apostrophe! Who knew?

Source: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/apostrophe

8 Comments

Les F

about 7 years ago

Another of my favorite sites. For those who aren't familiar with Matthew Inman or The Oatmeal you need to check it out.  He has useful things like shown above, but his cartoons are too much.  Between the cat cartoons and the Sriracha sauce cartoons I laugh so hard I usually have tears coming out of my eyes.

Dorkus

about 7 years ago

Agreed... It is a great site and has some very amusing comics.

Just know that it is not for everybody, as some of the comics go a bit overboard.

Les F

about 7 years ago

@Dorkus .. Good point... 

Also, some pages may not be safe for work due to language.

No apostrophes were harmed in this post. (I think)

BadCat!

about 7 years ago

There is no such thing as "a bit overboard." ;)

Les F

about 7 years ago

Funny BadCat!  

I have problems with words like "overqualified"... you either are or you aren't.

BadCat!

about 7 years ago

I was more thinking along the lines of me not having any limits to what is good taste. ;)

Les F

about 7 years ago

I suspected as much ... nothing wrong with that either.

jesusita

about 7 years ago

I love it so much I own the poster (in addition to some of his other grammar ones: http://theoatmeal.com/tag/grammar). He also has information on the semicolon, how to use e.g. versus i.e. properly, how to use the word "literally" without looking like an idiot, and 10 words The Oatmeal thinks people need to stop misspelling.

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