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For the Love of the Oxford Comma  In case you missed the fact that I adore the Oxford comma (and the reasons why I think you should love it, too), here's a fabulous infographic that might explain more.

For the Love of the Oxford Comma In case you missed the fact that I adore the Oxford comma (and the reasons why I think you should love it, too), here's a fabulous infographic that might explain more.

*cough* except words were meant to initiate conversation to transfer information from one individual to the next, and women are just as capable to do so as men, and I know both males and females who stumble over two syllable words as well as those who can write full blown novels, so down with the patriarchy and up with the equality please.

*cough* except words were meant to initiate conversation to transfer information from one individual to the next, and women are just as capable to do so as men, and I know both males and females who stumble over two syllable words as well as those who can write full blown novels, so down with the patriarchy and up with the equality please.

Seriously, I think a lot of high schools failed on making sure their seniors knew these words! At least on my case lol I only know like half :p

Seriously, I think a lot of high schools failed on making sure their seniors knew these words! At least on my case lol I only know like half :p

Peace, Love, and the Oxford Comma Tote Bag

Peace, Love, and the Oxford Comma Tote Bag

This is hand screen printed inch tote bag which proudly endorses the controversial Oxford Comma. It is very important. cotton, navy blue.

English Is Weird Infographic -- Did you know that English is the first language of between 300 and 400 million people. English is the most published language in the world. However, only about 5% of the total population of the world speaks English as a native language? Learn more about the English language in an infographic from Kathleen Connors.

English Is Weird Infographic

English Is Weird Infographic -- Did you know that English is the first language of between 300 and 400 million people. English is the most published language in the world. However, only about 5% of the total population of the world speaks English as a native language? Learn more about the English language in an infographic from Kathleen Connors.

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