Sew the other day I was, in the, subway station and again, in the station of 14th street strange things occur always.This time a guy gots on the speaker to test it.... often they have pre-recorded announcement's... (at least I think their prerecorded. I wonder often?) ...saying 'there is a bound for brooklyn r train at 34th street'.... so you know, sort of where the Train is and that its coming soon. They usually tell you when its close. Aaaanyway irrerelevent. So this times this guy got on who had a strange, strange and thick acent. I am not sure wear he was from but as soon as he started counting I new Immediately. transylvania. He sounded JUST like theh count on Sesame Street. "test...test... one. two. three. four. five. six. seven. eight. nine. ten'. Any secont I was waiting for him too laugh; "Ah! ah! ahhh!" And gotta say it was a little "unnerving" when he began to count down from ten. Sometimes you can get kind of "paranoid" in this Town.
I have a question? And may be this should be made into some kind of law of sience or whatever. Jens Law? Maybe not. But my question is this; why is it that the People who whistle in public is the people who dont know how to whistle? I mean really. Whats going on here! Whistling has been on the list long of most common annoying things to do around other's but that, aside, at this point in my life, Id just take someone who can actually whistle a real tune: something with some kind of Melody instead of random dissonant nonsense. I dont understand. Perhaps im two "critical".
Happy Grammar Day. Hope this wasn't too painful. It kind of was for me. But fun too, and weirdly difficult. Also, which was your favorite error? I have mine.
(click here to open a Word document with the original, which I make zero claim is anywhere near grammatically perfect, but more tolerable to read, perhaps.)