The 30 Most Abused Words in the English Language
You may literally want to rip my head off when your done reading this post. In fact, you may want to do it a whole nother time after that.
One awesome thing I’ve come to learn about the English language is that words are important. I’m not trying to flout my knowledge, here. I’m simply inferring that perhaps we should be more careful about protecting the beauty of our native tongue. The thing is, I love language.
So, let’s lie down our prejudices against one another and talk honestly. If we don’t, we’ll just keep perpetrating the cycle of hate for one another. Frankly, no one’s trying to decimate your entire existence, here. But, we can address safety concerns afterwards.
You might feel totally disinterested in this whole conversation, but wait. If you have terribly chronic grammar problems, there’s hope. I can help you become a grammatical whiz in 25 sentences or less. You might say this is the penultimate guide to becoming a wordsmith. Basically, I only have one criteria: read this carefully. Once you comprehend it, you’ll farther your career and social life. You may even say that this is an historical event in your life. Irregardless of where you are now on your word abuse journey, you can change. Hopefully, you’ll change for the better. You might say it’s one small step towards becoming a better person.
And WAHLAH – I’ve created a very unique way to correct your word usage. Um, like I think that’s all. Wait, theirs one more thing: to who should you send a copy?
Yes, this post actually was ironic.