March 4, 2010

It's 'G' Alphabe-Thursday!

Jenny Matlock

 This week my alphabe-thursday 'G' word is
Grammar nazi .


From the movie Inglourious bastards , you may or may not have noticed Brad Pitt is lousy with his accents ! He doesn't do a good german accent (or any accent imo, not even american!) and the investigating nazi colonel played by Christoph Waltz, is my favorite character in this movie . I think he deserves an academy nomination for his role .

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I use it all the time .

21 comments:

  1. I am aware of an entire country filled with Grammar Nazis!!! It's like a plague!! Great post!

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  2. heh. I am sometimes a grammar Nazi.

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  3. Grammar Nazi here, too. But only in regards to the fact that I home school and am required to teach grammar. Don't you dare say "good" if I ask you how you are...the answer is and always should be "well" (even though in recent years there's been a push to accept "good")

    "Well" done! "Good" job!

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  4. hehe I always respond with 'good' when someone asks me how I am . Hi polly, Julie and P.J. Nice of you to drop by .

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  5. My children think I am a grammar Nazi! I HAVE to be! We moved to a rural area and "we was" just doesn't cut it for me...not to even mention the constant misuse of good and well! I agree with 5th sister on this one! Joni

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  6. Grammar is sooo important - it can change the whole sense of somehting if it's wrong! Good choice with Google as well!!

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  7. funny! will have to check out the movie

    thanks for your visit

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  8. Funny! I agree with you on Brad Pitt, he is the Pitts anyway in my book after cheating on Jennifer! Yes SNL was about the same time as oh no Mr. Bill LOL!!~ Now you and I are about the same age but Gilda was on in the early 80's so I remember being around 17 or so watching it!

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  9. cheers ! Debbie: I didn't watch too much tv in the 80's as a matter of fact. I went through a lot in that decade .crisis after bloody well crisis.

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  10. As a former elementary teacher, I guess I might have been considered a grammar Nazi. LOL
    Great idea thinking of Google for G. Why didn't I think of that???

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  11. Grammar Nazis ... my worst nightmare ... i tend to be a Grammer Butcher .... oh the shame .... i kid with the shame ... witty post! i enjoyed it!

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  12. Pitt is overrated - but I haven't seen this movie...

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  13. Uh oh. I hope there's not too many GN's reading my posts because I surely butcher things too often!

    G ood G olly, what a clever use of the letter G, though.

    It was G lorious.

    A+

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  14. my hubster is a bit of a grammar nazi...he has this thing about the apostrophe...he actually started a facebook group called...stop apostrophe abuse
    i find it amusing :)
    and
    can i say
    brad pitt is a bit overrated

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  15. I agree with you on Brad Pitt and Christoph Walz was a great character. Thanks for stopping by my post. This was alot of fun!!!

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  16. I KNOW I stink at grammar. I almost did google but I thought a lot of people would do it. So far - no LOL.

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  17. Gotta love a Grammar Nazi. Fun, unique post.

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  18. A grammar nazi would have a field day with me at times!

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  19. Oh dear...I would definitely avoid a grammar Nazi. With blogging I wish my grammar was better. Why can't there be grammar check just like spell check?

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