What’s your point?

Imagine this…

You’re telling a friend an amazing story and you just get to the best part, when suddenly he interrupts

“Micheal and myself” not “I and Micheal”

aaaaarrrrrgggghhhhhh – BAM! you lose your chain of thought!

Most of us would probably be really annoyed, but aside from the very rude interruption, does your friend have a point?

Was the sentence actually grammatically incorrect?

and even if was, he still understood it right, so why does it even matter?

Well..the moment has passed! You’re all of a sudden from a very good mood – to now pissed!

How many of us Grammar Police out here? 



22 thoughts on “What’s your point?

      1. Maybe. I’m not sure.
        I learned that the first person is always put at the last when the first person is saying it and “I” is used instead of “me” or “my” or “mine”.
        What say?

  1. I don’t normally interrupt people while they are speaking. But if they are writing and I catch them spelling a word incorrectly, it’s an entirely different story! 😂 I’m the spelling police! I can’t hold myself back from pointing out misspelled words. 😁

  2. Don’t be 😤 pissed 😡

    Just laugh 😂 it off..
    I have my four year old correcting on pronunciation..
    Hahahaha ..

    It can be annoying when interrupted and makes you lose your thoughts and gist of your story

  3. I do interrupt my friends when they speak, to correct the pronunciation only. It gets on their nerve easily.
    My grammar is a bit weak and so I can’t police them on the grammar part.

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