There is a difference between people who use their grammar well, and those who use it poorly, even though they’re well-educated. The people who use grammar well are the people who have watched the following educational, holiday parody video. The people who use poor grammar most likely have not seen it. So do them all […]

The Worst Grammar and Spelling Mistakes You Can Think Of

Well, Christmas is nearly upon us, which means it is time for me to provide you with another helpful, holiday-themed video that will improve your life immeasurably. Thanks to me you all now know the difference between a peninsula, and island, and an isthmus. You can properly conjugate the verb “to lie” (or is it […]

Something Counter-Intuitive That Resonates Deeply

In case you all missed the 4,000 times I posted the link yesterday, I can now add “Writer for The Good Men Project” to my resume.  Well, more like “Guy who had one of his pieces reprinted by The Good Men Project one time,” but it was still very exciting to me.  And you know, […]

The Grammatically Correct Medley

Having gotten such a positive response to my previous grammar video, “When to Use Lie, Lay, Laid, and Lain,” I have been thinking about other possible videos that might help people understand grammar better.  The problem is, it is hard to think of a new song to improve grammar, when there are so many songs […]

When to Use Lie, Lay, Laid, and Lain

Last year, when I released my educational holiday parody video “A Peninsula, Island, or an Isthmus?” it was, I have to say, a huge success.  The only problem being that I was under a lot of pressure when it came to the sequel.  The studio wanted something by Christmas, and the focus groups were brutal […]