Seriously, I know I'm not going to win editor of the year anytime soon, but some people take it to a whole new level of incompetence.
"Threw" means you tossed something at somebody, not walked through a door.
"Contently" is not a valid substitute for "Consistency".
Spell check is a very useful feature of any word document.
It is preferable to use the same sized font for an entire paragraph.
Use the word "an" when preceding a word that begins with a vowel.
It is important to listen to the client when formulating documents, and the documents you write should reflect the methods your client actually intends to use.
Professional business documents should not look like they were written by a dyslexic 12 year old.
Consistency is important--you cannot directly contradict yourself from one page to the next, and the proper spelling of a word will not change just because you started a new sentence.
For the love of all that is holy, do not substitute semicolons for commas!!!
My head hurts.
|Looks familiar...Except there are no spelling mistakes!|
Just look at what I have become!
|I'm sure this is what I'll see should I have the misfortune of glancing in a mirror...|
And please people, for the love of whatever God you believe in, check your fucking facts!! There's this miraculous invention called the internet...
Okay, more coffee and then back at it. I feel better now. I think. Maybe.