Flounder: A big fish in an even bigger city
Chris (Flounder) is an NYC based editor and graphic designer for Number One Friend Productions and is looking to collaborate with you.
For the first time in my adult life, I used the word “you’re” incorrectly. I was supposed to say your. Usually I mess up the other way around (and i do it a lot when typing). I am super conscious about spelling it correctly ever since my friend (and word wizard) Kate Butler started stabbing bitches in the jugular for making grammatical mistakes; especially, the your vs. you’re phenomenon. (You should see what she does if you choose the wrong rhetorical mode for
you’re your prose. (shout out Avi and Allie)).
I feel kinda funny about making the mistake: shameful, just shameful flounder. Next week, maybe i’ll learn how to use punctuation.
Anyway, this reminded me of a post on Hyperbole and a Half about grammar mistakes. If you need a quick laugh, read up!
Ima go sit in a corner and stare at my college diploma.
Anyone else prone to making grammar mistakes, or am I the only clown?