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An April Fools' Day Story

Will you laugh or just be annoyed? Only time will tell. 

By
Mignon Fogarty,
April 1, 2014

A grammer story

It's April Fool's Day, so I wanted to share a story with you. Have I peaked you're interest? Irregardless, I'll procede. I was conversating with a friend the other day about his sister who thinks grammer doesn't matter. I know...shocking! He tried to tell me a joke about a panda, but I stopped him short. God, how I hate that panda and his frickin' shoots and leaves. But I digress. So the sister writes a personal add, because, you know, she's lonely. She said she "likes to exorcise", is looking for the "rite man", and hopes to "illicit a response". As you can imagine, she learned that grammer actually does matter. (And why I don't write jokes for a living.)

At this point in time, I must note that if you write to me to complain about my bad grammar like people did last year (and that's a whole nother story!), I will for all intensive purposes ignore you because you should of known this was a joke. :-)

And truly, no joke, the correct spelling is April Fools' Day because it's the day of all the fools—not just one.

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