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Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-16, 20:57
by md0
According to okcupid stats at least.
http://blog.okcupid.com/index.php/the-b ... rst-dates/
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Well, I know lot of religious people that are very attached to prescriptive grammar and traditional spelling :roll:

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-16, 21:24
by Ashkhan
Atheism is the source of all evil.

No, seriously, Jesus told me that.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-16, 21:25
by Bryon
From what I see on Facebook, this is doubtlessly true. :P

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 0:21
by johntm
Damn atheists ruining everything

Edit: This is from okcupid, this is definitely not a random sample. It tells us nothing about the population as a whole.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 11:15
by Oleksij
johntm wrote:Damn atheists ruining everything.

Edit: This is from Okcupid, this is definitely not a random sample. It tells us nothing about the population as a whole.

Names and the like are to be capitalised. And don't forget to put full stops at the end of each sentence.

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Greetings from an atheist grammar nazi.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 16:37
by johntm
Oleksij wrote:Names and the like are to be capitalized. And don't forget to put periods.

Damn atheists, always using that foreign vocabulary and spelling.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 16:59
by Oleksij
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:Names and the like are to be capitalized. And don't forget to put periods.

Damn atheists, always using that foreign vocabulary and spelling.

English comes from England, not America, amerifag.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 17:41
by johntm
Oleksij wrote:
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:Names and the like are to be capitalized. And don't forget to put periods.

Damn atheists, always using that foreign vocabulary and spelling.

English comes from England, not America, amerifag.

I'm not speaking yer damn English, I'm speaking American. Get it right you commie bastard.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 18:29
by Oleksij
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:Names and the like are to be capitalized. And don't forget to put periods.

Damn atheists, always using that foreign vocabulary and spelling.

English comes from England, not America, amerifag.

I'm not speaking yer damn English, I'm speaking American. Get it right you commie bastard.

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Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 18:31
by johntm
Oleksij wrote:
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:Names and the like are to be capitalized. And don't forget to put periods.

Damn atheists, always using that foreign vocabulary and spelling.

English comes from England, not America, amerifag.

I'm not speaking yer damn English, I'm speaking American. Get it right you commie bastard.

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Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 18:34
by BezierCurve
I miss our politicians' bear hugs so much!

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 18:35
by Tenebrarum
Dear god. This place is turning into an internet frat house.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 19:22
by Oleksij
Draven wrote:Dear god. This place is turning into an internet frat house.

Yes, I'm sorry. I'm terminating the process of Unilang turning into 4chan as of right now.

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 19:38
by johntm
Oleksij wrote:
Draven wrote:Dear god. This place is turning into an internet frat house.

Yes, I'm sorry. I'm terminating the process of Unilang turning into 4chan as of right now.

This place has enough homosexuality and social awkwardness to pass for /fit/

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 19:43
by Oleksij
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:
Draven wrote:Dear god. This place is turning into an internet frat house.

Yes, I'm sorry. I'm terminating the process of Unilang turning into 4chan as of right now.

This place has enough homosexuality and social awkwardness to pass for /fit/

Buhahah, in a way, yes.

'LMAO, 2 language! 2 language!'

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 21:12
by johntm
Oleksij wrote:
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:
Draven wrote:Dear god. This place is turning into an internet frat house.

Yes, I'm sorry. I'm terminating the process of Unilang turning into 4chan as of right now.

This place has enough homosexuality and social awkwardness to pass for /fit/

Buhahah, in a way, yes.

'LMAO, 2 language! 2 language!'

Yes, but you see, unlike your languages, mine are actually have functional usage, unlike yours, which you just learned to look smart. Functional languages>aesthetic languages.

can you imagine greentext threads here?
>at school, speaking to exchange student in his language
>girl comes up to me, saying "I didn't know you spoke German"
>she mirin
>she wants to fuck
>everyone jellymad

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 21:27
by Mutusen
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>mfw Unilang is turning into /int/

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 21:32
by johntm
>that cat
>white

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-17, 22:03
by hlysnan
johntm wrote:>at school, speaking to exchange student in his language
>girl comes up to me, saying "I didn't know you spoke German"
>she mirin
>she wants to fuck
>everyone jellymad


Seriously? I thought mirin and jelly were Australian slang. :lol:

Re: Atheists are more likely to be grammar nazis

Posted: 2011-04-18, 0:38
by Oleksij
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:
johntm wrote:
Oleksij wrote:
Draven wrote:Dear god. This place is turning into an internet frat house.

Yes, I'm sorry. I'm terminating the process of Unilang turning into 4chan as of right now.

This place has enough homosexuality and social awkwardness to pass for /fit/

Buhahah, in a way, yes.

'LMAO, 2 language! 2 language!'

Yes, but you see, unlike your languages, mine are actually have functional usage, unlike yours, which you just learned to look smart. Functional languages>aesthetic languages.

can you imagine greentext threads here?
>at school, speaking to exchange student in his language
>girl comes up to me, saying "I didn't know you spoke German"
>she mirin
>she wants to fuck
>everyone jellymad


>hahahedoesnotstudylanguagesforaesthetics!hahahaha.jpg