Just to clarify... If I follow your blog, I do NOT critique your grammar... unless, maybe, you claim to be an aspiring writer. Even then, not unless it's terribly obvious you slept through all your high school English classes. Here in Blogville, we're relaxed and informal. I'm sure there are grammatical errors on publishers' blogs. I read your blogs for enlightenment, amusement... many different reasons.
This morning's post was meant to educate, not blast. I don't want any of my followers to read my blog and get that feeling you sometimes have when the pastor seems like he's talking straight to you! I can assure my regular readers that you are not the blog authors I was referring to. (...or should I write, 'to whom I was referring'?) So before you waste valuable blog time editing your post... don't worry... be happy! (I love that song!)
I was wondering... (while we're on this subject) Do you think that today's texting generation is affecting the way people write? I have observed that, as texting became more popular, the abbreviations often used began to creep into e-mails and blog posts. Even I sometimes will include a ROFL or LOL; but I'm referring to the habit of not spelling out words. For example: nt splng ot wrds. I have more than a couple of friends that actually write me letters this way! Sometimes it takes me awhile to figure out what they're talking about. I know some people use their phones to send e-mails and that's why they abbreviate... But seriously folks... Wtz t hry?