I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar: A Collection of Egregious Errors, Inadvertent Bloopers, and Other Linguistic Slip-upsPaperback
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- Publisher: Saint Martin's Griffin,U.S.
- Format: Paperback | 128 pages
- Dimensions: 127mm x 178mm x 13mm | 249g
- Publication date: 30 October 2009
- Publication City/Country: California
- ISBN 10: 0312533012
- ISBN 13: 9780312533014
- Edition: 1
- Edition statement: Original
- Illustrations note: includes 200 colour photos
- Sales rank: 32,089
This is a collection of 200 photos culled from the popular facebook group - featuring misspelled and ungrammatical signs from around the world. The enthusiastic grammar-groupies of "I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammer" have taken and uploaded hilarious pictures of errors that capture outrageous grammatical, spelling, and usage mistakes. This book is a collection of the funniest and most ridiculous of those pictures, along with captions further clarifying and amplifying their humorous aspects. Here are a few of the more egregious errors: 'We are doing toilets cleaning, so sorry for the incontinence' (at KFC); 'Slay Rides' (sign advertising winter activities); 'Entertainment from the Hole Family' (bar awning); and 'Southern Beastro' (restaurant sign).
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Sharon Eliza Nichols created the Facebook group I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar, which boasts more than 350,000 members and 7,000 photos of misspelled and ungrammatical signs. Sharon has been featured in the "New York Times" and the "Wall Street Journal" and lives in Tuscaloosa, where she is a law student at the University of Alabama.