The other day I got two delightful comments on my blog post about Hoda Kotb and Kathy Lee Gifford from SEVEN YEARS AGO. It had been three year since I’d received a comment from another internet illiterate bored housewife commenting on that post like they were talking directly to the ladies on the show so I assumed it had fallen off the Google index. Both good and bad. Good because the level of stupid in those comments made my left eye twitch and bad because it was a delightful little treat when they would pop up randomly in my email.
These new comments were special because the first one reprimanded my grammar… then she followed up 5 minutes later with an actual on point comment. I thought this was odd so, against my better judgment, I decided to respond. Below is the exchange.
I know that Ben is reading this with a sly grin on his face because I am a complete Grammar Nazi but more about STUPID mistakes (your, you’re, there, their, they’re, to, too, etc) but COME ON. I add an extra word on a rant post from SEVEN YEARS AGO and you expect me to be, what? Gracious that your first comment ever on my blog was to criticize? Does that make you feel better, Evan?
I mean, you ARE a professional. You are so motherfucking professional that you didn’t even make a single mistake when you left that brilliant comment about how nice your bankruptcy lawyer was in 2010!
And your videos for your public speaking class? They are NEXT LEVEL professional!
Good luck on that Master’s Degree, Evan! And thanks for reminding me that you can buy an education but you can’t buy class.
Have a nice day!