I have many, many pet peeves. But let me tell you about the one that tops the list. The improper use of too/to, there/their and your/you’re.
This makes me cringe: “It’s you’re job too get there kids.”
This makes me bonkers: “Their, their, don’t cry. I feel the same way to. Your only human.”
This makes me want to jump off a freaking cliff — what I call the mother lode:
“I, to, love spaghetti so my friend invited us over there house too have some. But they live way over their, on the other side of town. Do you think you’re sister can stop by too pick us up since she’s going to? Thank you, your such a peach.”
So please, tell me…who was your grammar teacher? Dan Quayle?Mo