If you've been on the edge of your seat, waiting to hear the updates to the A.P. style guide, this is for you. 🦗🦗 (Inside: new guidelines on suspensive hyphenation!)
H: "How do you read for that long? You've been reading for like 2 hours!"
Me: "I know, it's great; I never get to read. And guess what I'm reading about. Writing!"
Me: 😍(and also🤓)
Writer friends, grammar-loving friends, or reader friends who sometimes pay more attention to the writing than the story: You should read this.
In slight defense of her, everyone shares the same cheesy quotes, rarely attributing them correctly. BUT she should not sign her name at the bottom as if they are her own quotes. That's deceptive, at the least.
Years ago a big scary mommy blog that I used to like posted the same status that I had posted 2 days earlier very nearly word for word, and got way more attention than I had of course.
I see stuff like this all the time-- people retyping a meme or funny quote in a new font, watermarking it, and posting it as their own-- and it sucks.
First kid is in the Spelling Bee- review the full list for 3 weeks leading up to the big day.
Second kid is in the Spelling Bee-- choose a few words at random a couple nights before and agree that whatever happens happens.
Thank God we only have 2 kids. A third wouldn't have stood a chance. 😁
I love this (I should have been a linguist...). I love that it's quickly evolving too though!
Son of a nutcracker!
Guess I'm starting over with a different phrase
Sounds about right.
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