That isn't slang.
Ok, I thought it was slang.
Ah, yes, thanks for the catch!
You mean ",".
@Spector_OtterquillActually that is correct spelling. (I believe it is. Right?)
I is the noun, dare is the verb and challenge is the noun, me is is the verb.
Besides, we said we wouldn't nit-pick on little things like that.
No I am petty sure it is wrong.
Either way @Spector_Otterquill, @Jacoby_Elderfun1 is right about us not nit-picking. Let's not draw this out like alltheothertimeswehave.
Exactly @everyone - I agree. I am a big fan of corrections, but vigorous arguments are not going to get us anywhere. Please be a bit nicer when correcting.
Continue on with your policing!
Can I ask a question?
Are we counting mixing of languages (such as one sentence with Scottish, German, French, Spanish and Yiddish) as bad grammar?
I sure hope not....
I don't think so. I don't know enough German to even help with that!
No, I don't believe we are. Since they are languages, it doesn't count as bad grammar.
Heya @Xonos_Darkgrate1! I just caught this quick thing that would be better said in a different way.
The first sentence...
...Should actually be combined with the second sentence, to make:
Just so you know @Xonos_Darkgrate1!
Thanks for the catch, @Nola_Applequill1!
You're quite welcome @Xonos_Darkgrate1!
*What.Yes I now Double post sorry.
'Wot' is actually a way of spelling 'what,' Spector. Plus, that kind of mistake is small enough it doesn't need to be corrected.
It is incorrect, if someone uses bad grammar on purpose they can mute this topic.