Grandma–what’s for dinner?

‘Let’s eat Grandma!’ or, ‘Let’s eat, Grandma!’ Punctuation saves lives.

 Let’s eat Grandma is the title of one of the many items I read almost daily.  If  you like to see  words misused and mangled,  embarrassing and hilarious punctuation errors and just plain funny sentences depending on the punctuation, this is for you.  (Be advised: Some are their examples are probably PG-rated, and not for the easily offended)

The site also has a great selection of signs, posters and documents that you will not believe were produced.

The site is on a Facebook group, and as of this week it had 615,853 followers.  We all should be so lucky.

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2 responses to “Grandma–what’s for dinner?

  1. Jo Carleno

    To this day, I remember, centuries ago, walking into my 7th grade English class to see the strangest assignment on the blackboard, written as follows:

    CEASAR ENTERED ON HIS HEAD
    HIS HELMET ON HIS FEET
    HIS SANDALS IN HIS HAND
    HIS SWORD IN HIS EYE
    AN ANGRY GLARE.
    Thus began the punctuation lesson. God bless Mr. Hatten!

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