It's kind of funny how the Internet cares so much about grammar when it comes to "your" and "you're" and "there," "they're," and "their," but not other grammar rules such as the correct form of "who" or whom" or ending a sentence with a preposition, amirite?

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You ended a sentence with a preposition.

I get really pissed off about people saying things like "Where's your house at?" Not only are they endig the sentence with a preposition, the word "at" in that sentence is ENTIRELY irrelevant. Saying "Where's you house?" is more than ediquate!

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