Sunday, January 28, 2007

"I judge you when you use poor grammar:" almost 110,000 strong.


This is incredible. I created this group on a whim, and it caught on quickly. I'm working on designing some t-shirts for the group, so keep checking back for updates. I'll link to the shirts when they're ready.
Keep fighting the good fight!
(Explanation for those of you not on Facebook: Facebook is a social networking site, similar to MySpace, except that Facebook was originally just for college students. I created a group a few months ago titled "I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar," and the membership has been increasing wildly ever since. We're now on the verge of 110,000 members.)

7 comments:

deanna said...

It's so popular because it's entirely too hysterical. (I hope I wrote that correctly!)

Anonymous said...

perhaps it'd be more fruitful to politely correct rather than to judge.

Sharon said...

But it's far funnier to judge (and it's a much catchier group name).

Anonymous said...

touche

Naomi Bogosian said...

Haha, so condescending and yet so witty. I'm definitely a fan, I bet everyone rereads their posts fifty times before they finally submit them, probably in great fear of looking retarded by spelling something incorrectly. It's great, it really is. Good job Sharon.

Anonymous said...

An earlier post said - 'perhaps it'd be more fruitful to politely correct rather than to judge.'

Passing over the 'it'd' for 'it would', did you miss the split infinitive?

gb said...

Politely correcting, as suggested in some posts, would be like blowing into the wind, them thar folks ain't ever gonna get it if you don't present it quickly and straightforward.