“Do you adore clean, correct sentences? Do ungrammatical advertisements make you cringe? We understand completely, and this is why the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar and MSN Encarta have designated March 4 as National Grammar Day.”
If you love grammar, you should definitely check out National Grammar Day’s website. You’ll find out who had the worst grammar in 2008 (politicians, celebrities, cities, etc.). You can link to great grammar and writing websites and blogs. You can order your own National Grammar Day t-shirt. They’ve even put together a Bad Grammar Hall of Fame playlist.
Grammar lovers may be weird and neurotic, but at least we know how to celebrate it.