Are you bothered by slang and improper grammar?

Poll of the Day

Azn_Psycho posted...
Literally being incorrectly used as figuratively triggers me
No one uses 'literally' to mean 'figuratively'. People do use a hyperbolic form of 'literally' as an intensifier, but it doesn't mean 'figuratively'. As it is almost always flagrantly obvious when someone is using hyperbolic 'literally', it can exist perfectly well alongside literal 'literally'.

Now, the one thing about the English language that I do take issue with is the use of 'candelabras'. That's a plural of a plural, and it's literally wrong.
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