…let’s just call this a “grammar theme” week and run with it, shall we?
Because it’s Wednesday, and everyone likes a chuckle on hump-day, I thought I might regale you with my favorite grammar joke. Ready?
A new freshman is wandering around the campus of Harvard, and he’s good and lost. He makes a decent stab at finding where he wants to be, but eventually breaks down and stops a student to ask directions.
“Excuse me? Can you tell me where the library’s at?” the freshman asks.
The upperclassman looks haughtily at the freshman and snobbily replies “Here at Hah-vard, we do not end our sentences in prepositions.”
The freshman squares his shoulders and says “Alright, then; where’s the library at, ASSHOLE!”