Mighty Red Pen

July 6, 2007

Grammatical vigilante

Filed under: Grammar goddess — mighty red pen @ 8:08 am

If you’ve got nothing else to do on a quiet Friday at the end of a holiday week, take the Grammar Snob test.

This was MRP’s score:

Grammarphile
69 snob points (out of 100)
You have a mighty respect for the English language, and its tortuous misuse by the uneducated burns your soul. You can barely restrain yourself from grammatical vigilantism. You often find your friends pre-emptively apologizing for their language goofs, fearing your wrath, or at least merciless teasing.

See? It burns my soul. This only begins to sum up what it’s like to be MRP.

How did you do?

Hat tip to Helen’s Dad for passing on this quiz.

2 Comments »

  1. […] by mightyredpen on July 8th, 2007 Whether you’re a grammatical vigilante like MRP or not, you might enjoy this book which Mighty Quinn (no relation to MRP) shared with me […]

    Pingback by Perfect punctuation « The Red Pen — July 9, 2007 @ 1:35 pm | Reply

  2. I’m all for grammar vigilantism. I think we should encourage every one to carry a red pen with them at all times, just in case

    P.S. Great blog, I’ve added you to our friend list over at GrammarBlog. We’re just getting started but let us know what you think.

    Comment by Gez — July 29, 2007 @ 1:44 pm | Reply


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