As editors, we love to mock people's grammar, but we know we aren't the only ones. College of Charleston grad Sharon Eliza Nichols is a stickler for proper English too, so she started a group on Facebook called "I judge you when you use poor grammar." The group went viral and, after it had reached nearly half a million members and was featured in The New York Times, Nichols decided to turn the content into a book named after the Facebook group. Her follow-up, More Badder Grammar, released last fall, was filled with the misspellings and errant punctuation we've come to expect from the grammar nazi.
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