Grammar Giggles – Plenty of Perjury

I saw this one making the rounds on Twitter. I’m pretty sure he meant “penalty,” but someone typed “plenty” and spell check didn’t catch it, so it made it through. Obviously, it is important to proofread every part of a document or letter–the caption, the introduction, the “re:” line, the signature line, any language after that, and the service list. If someone had actually read that paragraph, they should have caught that.

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3 Responses to Grammar Giggles – Plenty of Perjury

  1. Rhiamon Shae says:

    Good morning. I hope this does not offend you. You gave me a giggle with today’s post. You wrote, “Obviously, it is important to proofread every party of a document or letter…” 😉

    • says:

      Thank you so much! Obviously it is important, and I didn’t do a very good job. It’s fixed now and I appreciate that you brought it to my attention!

  2. Rhiamon Shae says:

    You are so very welcome. 🙂
    I and want to thank you. Your posts genuinely give me a giggle and that helps me get through the tougher days. Best in health to you!