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The grammar, spelling, and sentence structure of the majority of posts recently made seems particularly poor today, even for /a/'s standards. Are the kids out of school for Spring Break already?
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Grammar Nazi, is this you?
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>>10260764
No, this is PATRICK.
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>>10260752
It's not as bad as some days. Relax a bit.
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y u do this
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You can leave /a/ and go wherever there is a good enough english for you, Pat.
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>>10260797
It's pretty irritating to see a Naurto thread and a laugh-you-lose thread on the front page, someone asserting that Rizelmine was the first pedo anime, and way more than the necessary amount of Digimon nostalgia threads. It's also irritating when people don't capitalize the first word of their posts and use punctuation, but those mistakes are so frequently made that they're somewhat tolerable if the discussions taking place are otherwise high quality.
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>>10260797
It's pretty irritating to see a Naruto thread and a laugh-you-lose thread on the front page, someone asserting that Rizelmine was the first pedo anime, and way more than the necessary amount of Digimon nostalgia threads. It's also irritating when people don't capitalize the first word of their posts and use punctuation, but those mistakes are so frequently made that they're somewhat tolerable if the discussions taking place are otherwise high quality.



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