5 for 5. Yep, I'm a freak.
I got 5 for 5 also, though I was nearly tempted to throw the fifth question and answer D because of its awesome factor.
hahahaha Hilarious! Doris
What a great idea! A quiz for a post, I love it! Sadly, I got 3/5...I think I def need to make sure I read your blogs more regulary.Any who, have a great weekend!
Sadly, only 3 out of 5. Will there be summer school for HulaBuns and I? Will washing the Grammarmobile score me some extra credit? *crosses fingers*-Jimmy
Crap! I got the Spears one wrong! Funny test! And yes I think a Cox joke is entirely appropriate!
Ah. Hart was right. You are funny! And definitely worth visiting regularly. :) Grammar is glamour.
I got 4 out of 5. Britney Spears' fault! Or was it Britney Spears's fault? haha!Duncan In Kuantan
I prefer to regard my 5/5 as more mavenish.
5 for 5. Heck yeah! Highlight of my weekend, right there.......sigh. ;)
The first try was 0 because the last answers were all so funny! Then I got it up to a moderate 3/5. You really have some funny quizzes, especially that remark about what each twin is worth! :)
I got a FIVE! Thought that last one would throw me off, but I persevered.It would've been more fun to choose the funny answers.
Pretty freaky... not quite perfect, because your joke answers suck me in from time to time!
You know what really annoys me? When people use apostrophes for plurals. Etc - There are three cat's and two dog's.ARGH!
FIVE OF FIVE! I do my little "Grammar Nerd" dance with great exultation.
5!!! I'm pretty good with apostrophes. My agent prefers the Spears's option. She corrects me if I write Spears'.
Thanks for stopping by my blog, and commenting on my story.I meant to tell you that I like your new profile pic :-))Doris
5 too :) but with smart phones, apostrophes are going down the drains.
I missed number four, so I'm kinda freaky. But I already knew that.
4/5 Hey, what's the right answer for 4? (please don't say "whatever"!)
Hi Lorena, The right answer for 4 is Spears's or Spears'. According to the handbook I use (Diane Hacker's), "If pronunciation would be awkward with the added-'s, some writers use only the apostrophe: Sophocles' plays."
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