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Also about grammatical error+577Even when you know Microsoft Word is wrong and you did not make a spelling or grammatical error, you still right click the word and hit "ignore" just because the little red underline bothers you, amirite?
Also by spettyspaghetti_+24iPhone Users: You've forgotten that it isn't acceptable to text someone 5+ times in a row if they don't have iMessage, amirite?
Also by spettyspaghetti_+8I've seen people pull the "oh she's coming back, stop talking about her!" bit when someone is returning to a group and they want to make a joke. But if you think about it, it'd be a really good idea to do so when you're actually warning people because they wouldn't have a clue. "Guys, stop talking about her she's right there!" "Haha, you guys are so funny!" She wouldn't have a clue, amirite?
Also about grammatical error+626If someone makes a grammatical error you cut them some slack if you know that English is not their primary or first language, amirite?
Also about grammatical error+360There is a huge difference between a typo and a grammatical error, and people need to start realizing that, amirite?
Also about grammatical error+303It's perfectly acceptable to vandalise property if the only reason you are doing it is to correct someone else's grammatical error. amirite?
Also by spettyspaghetti_+24If you like someone, you should tell them. Sitting around complaining will get you absolutely no where. If you tell them you like them, the worst that can happen is they say they don't like you back. At least then you know not to waste your time waiting on them, wondering if they like you, amirite?
Also about grammatical error+230It's annoying when someone sends you a cute text message, but it contains a grammatical error and you're not sure if you should correct it or not, amirite?
Also about grammatical error+661Making a grammatical error on this site is like kicking a puppy, amirite?