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Everyday vs. every day

One is an adjective and one is a noun with an adjective. F*cking get it f*cking right.

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Well, their you go. Fits right in with all the irony practice we have done.

The most ridiculous newspaper mistakes: "Honey Mustard Chicken Diapers with Dipping Sauce" I don't even want to know what the dipping sauce is...

The Most Ridiculous News Typos Ever (PICTURES)

The most ridiculous newspaper mistakes: "Honey Mustard Chicken Diapers with Dipping Sauce" I don't even want to know what the dipping sauce is.

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Punctuate Sentences, Not People

Punctuate Sentences, Not People

There is a subtle difference between sarcasm and irony. Sarcasm: That sure is a nice question mark, Grammar Nazi Irony: Why did they misspell, "Congrat

Not nuke-u-ler.

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