As a writer, one of my biggest pet peeves is people who can't spell for sh*t.
And no, I'm not talking about those insane 15-letter words you only see on the SATs, either.
I'm referring to the simple words we all learned in elementary school like "they're" and "too."
Yep, I can't tell you how many times I've deleted a dude's number after receiving text messages that repeatedly use "your" instead of "you're."
Because, let's be real, atrocious grammar is not cute.
I mean, we're all guilty of some spelling slip-ups now and then, but if you're one of those people who still can't figure out the difference between "to" and "too," you might want to pay attention.
Your days of using sentences plagued with misspellings and poor grammar are about to become a thing of the past because we just put together a handy list of all the words you've been using wrong on the reg.
Plus, we even took it a step further and came up with a bunch of examples and tips to help you remember these bad boys so you'll never commit another one of these common grammar crimes again.
Take a look at the pictures below to see all the words you've been using incorrectly.
A lot of people spell this word incorrectly.
I would rather stuff my face with dessert than be stranded in a hot f*cking desert.
You should definitely should stop putting a damn "a" in this word.
The sh*tty special effects negatively affected my opinion of the film.
It's not really that hard to use the right spelling.
Your skinny jeans will probably feel loose if you lose a few pounds.
Hopefully, these tips make your writing better than it used to be.
The principal refused to smoke pot with the students, saying it went against his principles.
You need to stop using this word wrong, too.
I crashed into a stationary car because I was looking at directions scribbled on a piece of stationery.
Most words look really weird when you spell them wrong.
They're going to sneak their flasks of vodka into that bar over there.
You should really reevaluate your life if you're one of the people who uses these words incorrectly.
Whether I decide to wear a jacket normally depends on the weather.