The Grammar Police: Bad Language Use Is Bad for Dating

So you're texting with this person you've recently started seeing when you begin to notice how poor their grammar is. And not in the way that they use acronyms or purposeful misspellings that shorten the block of language coming your way, but full on grammatical tragedies. They say "your" when they mean "you're," they say "there" when they mean "their" and they use so many double negatives it's hard to tell what they're truly conveying. grammar while texting Some might argue that only English majors and esteemed writers have an issue with grammar, but that's just not so says a survey of more than 5,000 single people in the U.S., which discovered that grammar is actually the second-most important thing men and women judge a date on. More so, both genders listed grammar as their number one texting turn-off, even more than using ALL CAPS, which is undoubtedly frightening. (Are you yelling at me? Stop yelling at me.) So, next time you have the urge to correct someone on their grammar and follow through with it, just know you're probably saving them from potential rejection. Does bad grammar turn you off? How would you rank it on a list of things that bother you the most when it comes to dating? Source: Women's Health Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_112398" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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