Yous guys all know I am not usually a Grammar Nazi but...
Little things irritate me. The improper use of your/you're, people who say yous, & those who add a k to words ending(k) in ing. It also irritates me when I see spelling mistakes in the school newsletter, typos I can understand but if it's repeated then they are just dumb.
But I nearly fell off my chair when I saw this mistake on an official government form for the Tax Office. The form asks you to fill in 'the amount you earn't in the last 12 months'!!!!!!
Earn't?!? Where did they get that word from??? What are they contracting with the apostrophe??? Are they stupid???? When I read this I nearly fell off my chair. How did that get past spellchecka?