16 Unfortunate Misuses of Punctuation
Our texts, emails, tweets and other forms of communication may have shrunken in size, but there is no excuse for poor grammar — especially punctuation.
A misused or missing comma or apostrophe could completely change your sentence. “Let’s eat, grandma” becomes “let’s eat grandma” instead. Who would do such a horrible thing to their grandmother?!
National Punctuation Day is Sept. 24. To
celebrate raise awareness we’ve gathered some of the funniest, most unfortunate examples of poor use from around the world. Take a browse though the gallery, and then brush up on your grammar skills here.