Did you perchance mean grammar?
“Your grammer is a perfect example of what type of frenzied, run blindly into the fire, shallow thinking illiterate morons will support a candidate who promises change without any details.”
“And my gasp of English grammer is often, shall we say, quirky at best.”
“Her speeches aren't good, her grammer is not good, yes she looks good, but there is no substance in that women, and for people still to fooled by her just blows my mind.”
“Looks like bowhunter1 could use a little improvement in grammer as well: ... sending you back to school, and whomever is teaching you spelling? ...”
“The logo corrected a spelling error, crossing out the “e” in grammer and replacing it with an “a”.”
“Mariela - your comment makes no sense and your grammer is horrible. it is hard to even try to understand what you are saying! what is that about what Obama said to Oregon?”
“I don't claim to be an expert in grammer, but that doesn't make sense.”
“And Christina, thanks for the english lesson, as evident, grammer is often not by strongest suit!”
“Well ladies and gentlemen when I was in grammer school i was taught that all the ammendments of the Constitution of the United states were important not just the ones i like. i do not agree with mr. zumbos comments but i do agree with mr. petzels and want to say when we stop protection of the First Amendment then the Second will be sure to follow.”
““Seriously, attacking someone based on grammer is such a cliche.” an example of bad synthax blended with bad spelling, Dylan. might even include a malapropism in odd usage of “cliche”.”
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