grammar identity



a “grammar ident*ty” is when a person chooses to spell things a certain way, or act a certain way in their writing or typing. this can be applied mainly to grammatical errors, or mistypes.
“hey, mark. what’s the english homework?”
“i think we got that thesi outline due.”
“mark, are you alright? you’re typing weird.”
“thats just my grammer ident*ty. as my friend you should respeck that.
“yeah, alright…”

in english cl*ss
“now kids, let’s try some practice on colon and semi-colon usage in proper grammatical form.”
“proper grammatical form?? did you just *ssume my grammar ident*ty??? f*cking pig!”

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