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  iSitt  |  0

People here keep saying it doesn't matter as long as others know what they meant. But by practicing the wrong way most of the time, their grammar (and spelling too) degrades even at work. Now op's writing has become an embarassment to the boss as his clients take their business elsewhere.

  marix54888  |  0

It depends on whether it is a large publication, which I suspect, or a short publication (smaller than 35 pages roughly). If larger correct, if smaller wrong.

  Bano360  |  25

6 wins for the most stupid comment on FML history. Honestly, I couldn't care less about spelling and grammar on the internet. Bar when people can't tell the difference between your and you're, it's not that hard.

  rawrlily  |  0

Deres no way u nede 1 ur bsos iz a fag hu lkies gremmer
Or, in the correct sense;
Most people do need a grammar book! Your boss is an intelligent person.
Don't go around the work place saying things like "I ain't got no pens, Bob. I don't got no pencils either."

  imosim  |  0

who cares about grammar spelling, you already know what the person posting the comment meant so why correct them. you trolls feel proud correcting someone's typo or lack of grammar?

dumb trolls :(

  Eggers  |  2

17- does spellcheck fix sentence fragments? Does spellcheck correct misplaced semicolons? That is grammar. There is a difference in "Spelling" and "Grammar"
The OP would need "Grammar Check" for that book to be useless.

  cgchamp89  |  7

Now, now 57... I usually like your comments. Don't make me hate you. I'm on the iPhone though. Some people type y or u because they suck at typing or because they're lazy. I guess I just assumed he was lazy. I'm almost positive that he knows how to spell "why". If not, well then I think he needs help.

  cgchamp89  |  7

I doubt he cares if I like his comments. It was a joke... You should probably refrain from ever commenting on FML again. Last time I checked, rude, obnoxious comments weren't welcome. Have a nice day.

  iluvhobos  |  5

51- Actually, on a Word document (which is where proper spell check is prevalent) does underline sentence fragments and other errors in sentence structure. It is the 'spell check' on an iPod that does not-just if words are spelled wrong.