LOL you're right I loved it.
Probably the most consistent things that annoys the sh_t out of me is the misuse of the words:
there, they're and their
You've seen them all before, I'm sure. Or maybe you are one of the culprits who can't be bothered to memorize or figure out which one is which. Maybe you don't care, and probably I am a stupid biatch for caring. But I just can't help it. It looks wrong and gives the impression that the person misusing these words is either not too smart or really lazy and has no desire to do things right.
I know you're out there, and sorry if I sound righteous, but I promise it won't hurt you to get these words right... besides, it will be nicer for you too, because people will consider you smarter than they used to.
Did you notice I used the word you're
when I said you're out there? Not your. You're, it even sounds different. It is a contraction (shortening) of the words 'you' and 'are'.
Your, on the other hand, denotes ownership. Your house, your car, your hair! "You are loving your hair" becomes "You're loving your hair". See? It's easy.
There and their sound exactly the same. Their house is over there.
Their also denotes ownership, when you are talking about a group.
There is a place.
They're is the contraction of 'They are'.
"They're moving into their new house, over there" she said, pointing down the street.
So.. I hate insomnia and what it does to me. Am I seriously giving grammar lessons here? I guess I had to get that off my chest. Sorry about that, ladies!!!