Why do people not know the difference between “accepted” and “excepted”, “to” and “too,” “their,” “there,” and “they’re”, “your” and “you’re”, “its” and “it’s,” and “passed” and “past?” What the hell did these people learn in elementary school?!
I suppose it depends on what you plan on putting on your facebook. I have lots of family on mine, and friends. But I only post boring grown up stuff, so I don’t have to worry about censoring. Plus I’m a believer of treating everything online like it is public.
That said, these people have some twisted relationships. I couldn’t imagine talking to my mom that way. Even if they can be a little ditzy. I hope I don’t ever end up sounding like some of these moms. Kind of feel bad for Vickie.
The first one wasn’t so bad though. I could see myself saying that to my kid. Sometimes they do make you wonder.
@11 How does one butcher your own language like that? There are immigrants that have better spelling/grammar/punctuation than 80% of America’s youth. I “dicked off” all the way through college & I still don’t make those mistakes.
so Ann is the mum and Peter and Emma the kids, and frankie appears to be peter’s boyfriend. And ann appears to believe that only lesbians get crabs. nope, writing it out did not make it better or more understandeable…
Beatrice needs to get her own shit together before correcting her son about getting his grades to an “exceptable” level. The thing is, facebook has a fucking spell check. so if you can’t spell AND you don’t know how to use spell check when you’re chastising your son about school, shouldn’t you be culled off?
what the fuck is going on at Ann’s house? and who talks about fist fighting their mother?
Facebook doesn’t have a spellcheck. It’s some browsers that have it. Firefox and Google Chrome, off the top of my head. I don’t think Internet Explorer does. But either way, Beatrice didn’t misspell anything, she just used the wrong word.