Richard Nordquist, a guide at About.com, says, "When invited to submit expressions that ticked them off, readers responded enthusiastically--with clichés, usage errors, redundancies, misspellings, mispronunciations, and specimens of slang, jargon, and textspeak. Here (with readers' comments in parentheses) are 200 pet peeves submitted by some very ticked-off defenders of the English language." We need to keep our sense of humor intact during these often-challenging times. Well worth your time.
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