Seinors '11

posted 13th Jun 2011, 11:02 AM

Seinors '11
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28th Jun 2011, 10:14 PM

Grammar Police

You are receiving warning because you have made a typo. And forgot the "u" in "you".

"u" is an integral part of the word "you". It is so important, in fact, that common slang has given it a common shorthand "u", chopping off the less important "y" and "o". The "u" is also necessary to the meaning of "you". Without it "you' becomes "yo", a slang greeting used by the younger generation and certain creepy/pathetic members of the older generation.

We hope you understand the gravity of your error and will never make it again. Next time we will not stop at a warning.



Sincerely,
Grammar Police

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28th Jun 2011, 10:43 PM

Grammar Police

This is no longer a warning. You have breached serious laws.

It has been recently brought to our attention that "yo" was not even supposed to be "you" but "to". How you could have made such an error, a blatant treason of language, is beyond us and your arrest seems logical beyond explanation.

You will be mailed shortly with a date for court appeal, but we are sure you will be severely punished.


Sincerely,
Grammar Police

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