The Most Unnecessary Quotation Marks Of All Time

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In this age of texting and tweeting, grammar has fallen by the wayside. We’ve collectively accepted an “if it feels good, do it” approach to written communication. Correcting others’ mistakes just makes you look like a snob.

Pay attention in English class, though, because improper punctuation might convey the exact wrong meaning. For example, unnecessary quotation marks look like ironic quotation marks — which are great for mocking somebody, but not so great when you’re advertising “FRESH” bread. Click through for good reminders of why literacy matters…

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