Dress-up Ideas for Grammar Hounds
If you like grammar, why not dress the part? Maybe it’s because you are unaware of the proper style of a grammar guru. Well, we’ve got a treat for you. The next time you get ready to leave the house—to grab a highly caffeinated beverage to fuel high-paying content writing projects—try dressing to impress…your favorite English professor, that is. Dress up like the grammar hound you are with these comma-worthy clothing ideas.
Cop a Comma
Oh yes, you know it. The grammar police are hot on the beat. Dressing like an actual cop is not a good idea unless you’re heading to a Halloween party. So try this instead. Get some darkly tinted, mirrored aviator sunglasses; wear them on your face. Hair back, military style. Crisp clean black or white shirt, tee or button-up; whichever feels the least comfortable so you look seriously irritated most of the time. No need for firearms, folks.
What you need to carry instead are comma clues. Then, pass these out like public service announcements to individuals—a tip here, a tip there on how to properly utilize commas of all kinds. Yes, this includes those Oxford commas, as well as the bracketing, listing, joining, and gapping commas.
In this day and age when we are finally accepting more pronouns than he/she/it…I mean, according to Indian Country Today the Native Americans fully embraced a Two Spirit tradition. All of the Native American societies have up to five gender roles. You might be a female or Two Spirit Female and vice versa for males. Transgender is also recognized as a gender in the Two Spirit culture. Now, how can you turn that amazing pronoun knowledge into a cool costume?
Skip all that he said, she said stuff and go for the jugular. Dress like a possessive pronoun by wearing a name tag labeling yourself as “Mine.” Take full liberty to steal belongings in plain sight from unsuspecting individuals. When they spot you in broad daylight snatching their stuff, walk up and hand it to them, pointing to your name tag. Say, “It was mine for the moment,” to the frazzled and possibly frightened person before flying off into the night like a possessive pronoun on the prowl.
Snag More Content Creating Yarn
Continue on your journey to enlighten those around you while wearing crazy costumery. Then as you spin your yarns in the web content industry here at WriterAccess, you’ll have a lot more nonfiction fodder to chew on thanks to your comma-crazy-costumery adventures.
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