I love grammar, and words, and any and all combination of the two things. Then again, I’m a writer by trade and I’ve been a reader my entire life, so maybe I never had a choice.

Either way, I adore the jokes posted below. If you have a love for the English language and a healthy sense of humor, you’re going to, also.

#25. Posts like this are why the internet was invented. #fact

#24. Heart eyes.

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#23. It would be even funnier if the poster understood the difference between lay and lie. But to be fair, that’s a hard one.

#22. Not sure why, but it seems the order of events is very important to her.

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#21. It is a war we will be fighting until the end of time. Onward!

Image Credit: Imgur

Photo Credit: Imgur


#20. Stay in school, kids.

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#19. Backseat drivers, amirite?

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Photo Credit: Brainless Tales

#18. #NotAllOwls

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#17. No caption necessary.

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#16. The exclamation point really makes the post.

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#15. This has been around forever and it never fails to hurt my brain. And my heart.

Image Credit: Reddit

Photo Credit: Reddit

#14. Puns AND grammar?! I am in heaven!

#13. #SnarkGoals

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Photo Credit: Reddit

#12. This relationship is doomed.

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#11. #SaveGrandma #UseCommas

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Photo Credit: Reddit

#10. Filed under: Times on Facebook when no one can blame you for correcting grammar. Take advantage.

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#9. Lesson: How to Lose Friends and Feel Hilariously Superior at the Same Time.


#8. 100% perfection.

Image Credit: Wrong Hands

Photo Credit: Wrong Hands

#7. Those illustrations, though. HA.

#6. If you get it, you’re one of us.

Image Credit: QuotesGram

Photo Credit: QuotesGram

#5. This might be the way to teach that stubborn kid in your life the difference between their, there, and they’re.

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#4. All commas matter.

Image Credit: Butter Safe

Photo Credit: Butter Safe

#3. Might I suggest a period? Or even a comma…

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#2. He’s a poet and he totally knows it.

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#1. And remember, there is always room for sarcasm. Always.

h/t: Distractify

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