Day 7 of the Write Tribe Festival of Words and you’ve earned some laughs, haven’t you? I thought I’d share with you the most hilarious grammar memes on the internet.
If you’ve been on the internet, you’ll realize the truth of this statement. And to think that it was written in the 16th century! Looks the grammar police have been around since forever!
“The greater part of the world’s troubles are due to questions of grammar.”
― Michel de Montaigne
I’m sure you aren’t a stranger to the term ‘grammar police’ or ‘grammar Nazi’. Of course, the latter term is used mainly by people whose grammar could do with some work.
I’m not one who gets into arguments with people on Facebook – political or otherwise. However, a grammatical error or misplaced punctuation mark really gets my goat. If you’re like me, you’re going to enjoy today’s collection of the funniest grammar memes on the internet. You’re welcome!
20 of the Most Hilarious Grammar Memes on the Internet
1. Never underestimate the power of a comma – it can save your relationship.
2. Forget relationships, a comma can save your life – or in this case, Timmy’s.
3. I think I’d rather be Timmy than the guy who wrote this.
4. Not using commas can mess with your breakfast too.
5. Is it too much trouble to press the space bar once?
6. Snarky, but accurate.
7. And when you do see the inside of a book, maybe it should be this one.
8. Oh my eyes, my eyes!
9. They are clearly in denial.
10. Now you know.
11. And if I am kidnapped, I sure hope it doesn’t come to this.
12. You aren’t one of THEM, right?
13. Speaking of English teachers…..
14. Now you wouldn’t want that, would you?
15. And while they’re at it, they might want to find ‘good’ and ‘hot’ as well.
16. See, even Google judges you based on your grammar.
17. My “an idiot”? And what might that be?
18. The life of a grammar Nazi is a lonely one.
19. Congratulations! You just won yourself the judgement of generations of the grammar police.
20. Ultimately, this is the only way to escape such a fate.
Day 7 prompts
We shared the prompts in our post announcing the Festival, but I’m sharing the Day 7 prompts again here. Choose anyone. Write a post based on the prompt.
- One word prompt – Grief
- Quote prompt –
“Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact.” – George Eliot
- Picture prompt
Link/ Badge/ Hashtags
Link to Write Tribe in your post and write ‘I’m Writing Bravely for the Write Tribe Festival of Words – March 2019’
Use the hashtags #writebravely #celebratewritetribe
Add your link, read other posts and share
Add your post to the linky – based on whether it’s a fiction post or a non-fiction one. Read the other posts shared here and share on social media with the hashtags for the Festival.
The linky opens at midnight on 10 March and closes at 11 pm on 11 March (both times in IST)