Dear Grammar Police


Thank you for for your comment on my rude binmen post, I found it yesterday when approving comments for my blog. I usually approve all comments, even the rude ones because after all everyone is entitled to an opinion. Yours is one I didn’t approve, but instead, I’ve decided to share it in a post. Which by the way, how am I doing so far with my grammar? Rather funny you commenting on a post where I talk about rude binmen, how about your comment being rude? Wouldn’t I stop you mid sentence to correct something you’ve just said?

You obviously don’t know much about me if you took the time to leave a correction to my grammar as a comment instead of replying to the content of that blog post. Firstly, I’m a blogger, not a writer; you hear that? A BLOGGER NOT A WRITER. I’m not getting paid to sit and fill this with content; I’ve not got any English qualifications behind me to say look I spent years and years perfecting my grammar and writing. I have a GCSE in English, that’s about it. Secondly, I got better things to be doing than going through posts I write with a fine tooth comb. I do read over them, sometimes and I do spell check, but at the end of the day I’m not out to impress anyone, so I leave it how I write it.

I’ll let you into a little secret; I hate writing. This whole putting words down, I’m not a fan of it. When I’m writing in this blog, I’m mainly doing it for myself. It’s like a form of therapy sometimes, just jotting down my thoughts and random doings in this way. I’m going to carry on blogging the way I am, carry on making grammar and spelling mistakes and if you don’t like it? Just don’t read my blog, simple as that.