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Trench addresses the grammar nazis

It takes a lot to piss me off. I’ve been dealing with trolls, school shooting fans and pedophiles online long before most of you posted your first cute kitten picture to your MySpace. Yet it only took an innocent typo to bring out all the grammar nazis to really get my goat.

For those of you who don’t know what happened one of the writers here, who does a damn good job here, mistakenly put the word ‘their’ in a title instead of the correct ‘they’re’. Not only did this bring out a smarmy grammar nazi in the comments of the post but it also brought out one on the (P)BB Facebook page and another person even ‘liked’ the comment that the grammar nazi made on FB. Are you people for real?

We post story after story after story about the children that are being abused in this country in some of the most horrible ways imaginable and you’re concerned about a typo? You don’t leave a comment about the atrocities that are perpetrated by some people who dare to call themselves parents yet you’ll leave a comment about this. I think I speak for all the current writers at this website when I say get the fuck over yourselves.

We know the difference between there, their and they’re. We know the difference between your and you’re. People make fucking mistakes. It seems like some of you just sit there like some kind of grammar vulture just waiting to swoop in on a simple mistake as soon as it’s posted on the internet. You’re worse than the people who criticize us for our fucking use of obscenities.

Get back to us when we start making blog posts in text-speak or use words like ‘irregardless ‘. Until then take your English degrees, polish those sumbitches up nice, turn them sideways and shove them straight up your collectives asses.

Sincerely go fuck yourselves,
Trench Reynolds

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Updated: December 2, 2011 — 1:05 am

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  1. Your fukkin awsom!!!

      1. U too….Sheesh. Wadda luv fest we have going on hear.

          1. Sheeeeiiiit. It’s too late for me to get the giggles. I fucking love you guys!

          2. And we love you, too, of course!!! 😛

          3. Oh….. Love. I love the love. I love that you love me. Wanna cuddle?

          4. Cuddle? I fucking love to cuddle! Can we all cuddle?

          5. But will your belly get in the way?

          6. Maybe a little bit. I’m almost 17 weeks pregnant, and I look like I’m a little over halfway. 

  2. I ♥ this comment. 

    Seriously, I think we are talking about some constipated bitties who could use a serious dicking.  Let’s not let it get to us. 

    Moving on… lots of dead babies who need us to be pissed off for them.  The Grammar Police can go sit on the spin cycle and leave us alone for a few hours.

  3. Love you Trench.

    1. He’s mine. I’ll totally fight you for him. Just wait while I go get some pudding and a bikini.

      1. My pregnant butt doesn’t wrestle in pudding in a bikini. 🙂 I’d rather eat the pudding. Besides, I though *I* was yours? Can’t we just share? That could be interesting. We’d be polygamists that are all just married and married again to everyone in the same circle, but then that’d get complicated I suppose. 

        1. No. It could never get complicated. It goes like this – I just stay naked and everyone worships me. Perdiod. WEll, I guess as long as I use correct grammar….

          1. Now I want some grammar crackers.

          2. With alphabet soup?

          3. Nah, we’ll just whip your naked ass when you use improper grammar. 

          4. Fuck that? There over they’re on the too peaces of pi.

            Spank me DAMMIT! Do it HARD!!

          5. Use the Kool Wipp

          6. This thread is kinky. I like it.

          7. Kinky? This isn’t normal? 

          8. Oh Damn – I don’t even remember how I got to this article but reading this little exchange between you and Suzee is making me jealous… Even if it was over year ago! 😉

          9. Don’t be jealous. Suzee will share me. She’s a kinky little bitch like that.

          10. You’d make Boyfriend’s day if we could all play…

          11. Oh, you know it. Suzee is cute as hell and I’m not too bad to look at. Swear it. Ask Dodia. I think she hit on me earlier. (I pay her well)

          12. Nice! We ALL hit on you… how could we not?

          13. Some love me…. Some hate me. True story. And dno one hits on me. I’m old. And… I have a potty mouth. sigh.

          14. It was my potty mouth that first got Boyfriend’s attention! I fail to see how anyone could hate you, the whole angry at idiots/potty mouth thing works for me! 😉

          15. I’ve pissed of a few people. Truth – THe ones who matter most DON’T hate me. YAY!

          16. Seriously, if I swung that way, I’d totally be all over that!

          17. I would totally let you too. Oh yeah!

          18. Mwahahahahaaaa….

          19. LOL I need to come back and comment more often… I had forgotten how much fun everyone here is!  That’s what lurking gets me, I guess. 

          20. Sstop that lurking shit. I’m the most fun you can have with two feet on the floor. And no feet on the floor. Clothing optional, of course.

          21. Sorry, April 🙁  This work thing keeps getting in the way!

          22. Work, schmurk. I work. And I come here to love you.

          23. OK, I’ll get the studded paddle just for you!

          24. Now your (not YOU’RE on purpose) talking.

          25. *bends you over the table and whacks you three times HARD* 

          26. Fine! You want more?! I’ll give you more! Strap her down to the table. She’s not aloud to squirm…too much. 

          27. I Love your kinky ass. Nice. We need to take this to the cool bitches page and make those other whores jealous. You know they want me.

          28. I love you back. Yes we should. Not tonight though. I really should get to bed. lol. I said that an hour ago, and now I need to stick to it. Night all!

  4. I absofuckinglutely love this post!!

    I see not much has changed in my absence!  Damn, I’ve missed BB!!

  5. You Go Mr. Trench!!!!!

  6. ihatechildmolesters

    Well said 🙂

  7. way to go! Seriously those people are missing the point

  8. Well Thanks for the support Trench, though I do certainly apologize for my typo!  It has been corrected! LOL

    1. No apologies necessary. 

      1. If you say “tooken” or “conversate” I’ll smack you.  Other than that, I’ll save my grief for the babies and my hate for the bad breeders!

  9. A-muthafreakin’-men! 

  10. Pepole have major problems in this world, the ones who are worried about a stupid typo and not giving a shit about a poor child are the ones who would abuse a child. They may someday have a story about them and wanna make sure it’s correct. Fuck um all!!! You guys rock. It’s just sad what you have to write about or type about (excuse me).  Have a great day…..

    1. Awesome comment. Thank you!

  11. You tell ’em!

  12. I had to comment.  I have this thing where I always want spelling and grammar correct.  However, I never once felt the need to comment on that on this site because the topics being written about trump spelling errors big time.  These must be the same people who feel the need to comment about not cussing.  To all the people who feel the need to pick apart the emotional articles that these writers are typing….eat a d*ck!

    1. In all honesty, we like for you to point out our errors – but it’s all how you address it. The people who prompted this particular post we complete assholes. So, when you see typos, grammar or punctuation errors, PLEASE point them out… in a tactful way. Being an asshole to the writers makes them not want to write. None of us would mind a friendly nudge to make a needed correction.

  13. Sometimes I see typos or grammatical errors elsewhere and point them out just to be a booty, but on here..no. I figure when I see those tiny few-and-far-between errors I figure the people writing this are, oh I don’t know, slightly emotional from the extremely terrible news they are writing up. The last thing they need is “that article about the two babies burning to death that you wrote, it’s spelled ‘you’re’.” Only jerk face monkey butts would look at a post like that and nit pick the grammar.

    1. Again, feel free to point them out – just don’t be a dick about it. Email the tips mail and I will fix them. I’d rather have one of you awesome chicks point them out than some fucktard with their period panties on.

  14. Well fucking said!… Fucking retards!… what about children being raped and murdered???… A fucking typo has more effect in you pathetic little life than children being abused!… Go blow your useless brains out.. You don’t deserve to read this blog!…

    1. I’m soooo loving you.

  15. Congrats Trench,,,well said, look at the story, not at the mistakes,.. the only true mistakes, are the people who take the lives of children.

  16. I have been visiting this site for quite a while and I am touched and disturbed by each story that I read. To those of you that take the time to write, THANK YOU! You are part of the solution, bringing awareness to this epidemic is priceless. As a vicim of child abuse it brings me comfort to know that these children have a voice even if isn’t their own. Anyone that would pick that apart should be ashamed of themselves. I wish that someone was there to speak out for me when i was a little girl, I always felt so alone amd guilty as if it was my fault. Now that I am a mother of 2 beautiful “mistakes” I cannot imagine allowing anyone to harm them. I spend every waking moment making sure they are safe and happy. I can’t fathom someone feeling like they have the right to “correct” this very important work that you are doing!
    If you’re not a part of the solution then you are part of the part of the problem.

  17. Wow- everyone here said what I wanted to. Trench you rock!! Those meat monkeys can take the typos and ……….welllllllll…………. they can go to hell. If that is what they are seeing in the story, then they are missing the entire point of this blog!
    Hey April……………whip me, beat me, make me write bad checks! Love all ya’ll

  18. Heh… I’ve been called a “Grammar Nazzi”, a “Spelling Nazi”, and worse.  (Seriously, there have been one or two Discworld books that I’ve read that were particularly bad, much as I love Pratchett, and I had to fight the urge to go through them with a red pen and send them back to the publisher… maybe they’d have given me a job!)  But at least I can say with honesty that I only notice that shit when the person with the poor spelling and/or grammar has already pissed me off or seems to make a habit of getting their shit wrong.   But, you know what?  With the shit that’s posted on BB all the time, I get royally pissed when these douches come in here and don’t even seem to notice the horror of what the children have endured.  Get your fucking priorities straight, people!

  19. LMFAO!! You tell em! seriously that was GREAT!! I actually LOL reading the end!!! People can be so critical sometimes its plain ridiculous!!!!

  20. Once upon a time, I could have been a grammar nazi, but I long ago learned that it usually isn’t worth it, if you clearly understand what the person meant. That, and I realized that I also make typos from time to time, and it isn’t fair to hold people to a higher standard than I can maintain.

    The people that precipitated this post are real ignore the forest for the trees types. “Oh noes, they used the wrong from of their/there/they’re, it completely invalidates what they said, and I must beat them about the head and shoulders with it until they curl up in a little ball, crying, and promise to never do it again!”

    I think a lot of what helped me get over the grammar nazi tendencies was the fact that I always seem to hang out with the kids with various learning disablities, such as dyslexia, and had to learn to look for the meaning in what they wrote down, because they really couldn’t help not doing it perfectly, and it is uncool to hurt your friends, especially over something they can’t help. Even my husband is dyslexic, and boy did I have a time convincing him that it didn’t mean he was stupid (can’t stand stupid, won’t spend more time than I have to with it), just that some things were harder for him. He is actually very smart, and highly creative.

    But, I have to end my post here, the mini-boss is reminding me that it is time for me to go to bed, gotta love toddlers (he’s been sleeping, and just woke up and realized I was still up, and is now crying at me.)

    1. Dyslexic people are actually very creative. I should know. 😉

      Dyslexics, UNTIE! XD

      I know exactly how your husband feels. I had a very difficult time with reading and numbers when I was younger and it really did make me feel like I was stupid. It doesn’t help when you end up in a school that has a completely useless special education department with teachers who can’t figure out jack shit, in huge classes where the teachers are forced to stuff everyone into the same learning box. I got lucky, and it all just clicked just before I went to college, but only because I finally was diagnosed and got the help I needed to find ways to work around it.

      Very good points. However, I can admit to being petty at times, and when someone is being an asstard, I just can’t help noticing… and I
      get diarrhea of the keyboard, and just have this annoying tendency to rip them a virtual new one. Maybe Grammar/Spelling Bitch would be more accurate in my particular case.

      1. If they’re being an asstard, I’ll let them have it with both barrels blazing. If it is obviously an honest mistake, I let it slide.

        When my husband was kindergarten age, they actually told his mom that he would never be able to learn. The freaking school told her this! Fortunately, she didn’t believe them, and she also believed in finding other ways to handle his ADHD as well, without drugging him with Ritalin, like so many boys his age were. He found the things that he could read because his desire to read them was such that the effort was worth it. And one of my favorite musicians is also dyslexic and ADHD, and in his autobiography, he says that sometimes something clicks in his brain, and he can read, for a while, before everything goes back to being muddled, so he reads everything he can while he can, and it is all the more special for him. That man is Ozzy, and he was diagnosed in his 30’s, and realized that that was probably the source of his issues with school as a young boy, where he was pretty much labled an idiot.

        That being said, we are both glad that so far it seems like our oldest boy has dodged both dyslexia and ADHD, although he is a very active and creative little boy.

        1. Well, shit.  What a bunch of assnuggets.  I guess I was lucky that they didn’t know what my problem was, so just told my parents I was a “daydreamer” (which I was, but not as bad as they made me out to be… I was honestly trying.)  I guess I’d rather be called “lazy” than “stupid”.

          Ozzy rocks! ::makes “rock-on” hand sign::

          BTW, just remembered what my issue is called: central auditory processing disorder (sometimes it’s just called “auditory processing disorder.)  I’m not sure that it’s technically “dyslexia”, but it’s linked, and often described as a form of dyslexia.  But my tendency to switch letters and spell backwards, my ability to read up-side-down, etc., leads me to believe that it’s maybe more closely linked than they let on.

          1. I was a bit of a daydreamer in early elementary, and had a tendency for my brain to outrace my ability to write fast (and even to type, so I can leave out words if I am not vigilant). Daydreaming is usually one of the signs of ADD in girls, while boys tend to be more active and fidget-y.

            And I can read upside down and backwards and write the same way, which made it easier in school when I would help friends with their work, and makes it easier now when I help my son with different things.

            And I do believe the two conditions are linked, since Dyslexia is a processing disorder.

            I just have a magpie brain, and can get bored easily if there is not enough stimulation around. Makes me killer at trivia games, though.

        2. Ozzy Rules!

  21. Hilarious!

  22. Bravo Trench!!!!!
    Gee I thought this site was about the CHILDREN and the worthless breeders, not about pettiness and “oh i’m better than you” bull shit.
    Maybe these grunts with no lives should complain about how the English language has so many tricky things in it that can be easy to forget when someone writes something they feel so passionately or angry about. Our writer at least GIVE A FUCK about what they write up. Let’s not forget the spirit of the thing. They’re, their, there can be confusing. I remember being in grade school and having the hardest time with ‘with and which” Which on has the ‘h’ as the second letter, I’d ask myself. No matter how many times I studied it, it just baffled me. 
    And we ALL make typos because we are human or is that suddenly not PC anymore. Sheesh grammar nazis step off!!!

  23. Way to go Trench…go get ’em! Time and again it has been more than obvious the staffers here are suffering emotional pain and turmoil due to the heinous acts of abuse and murder they are exposed to while writing it up for post. It is no wonder there are typos. I have been angry enough myself to sputter and fume and grieve and cry while commenting and have made more than my share of typos not to mention making an ass out of myself on occasion. It’s the grief and aversion to evil and frayed emotions that causes this in my opinion and since anyone with a mind and any sense of compassion should realize this I agree with you that the typo nazis should go fuck themselves backwards. Kudos to you and all the staffers for doing such a good job under such apalling circumstances!

  24. Rebecca The Proofreader

    I’m sorry to disagree with you, as I normally agree with your postings 100%, but proper grammar in a posting denotes that the author is articulate, intelligent, and pays attention to details–all of which give more credibility to what the author is saying or to the point they are trying to make .  If I see consistently bad grammar on a blog, I tend to devalue or second-guess what is being posted, because such errors are distracting and make me think less of the author. 

    When you take the time to spell-check or proof-read your blog post before posting it, and the resulting post ends up becoming absolutely riveting to the reader, and without the jarring spelling/grammar errors, it makes so much more of an impact. 

    No one is diminishing the value of your blog posts about abused children by pointing out your grammatical errors–in fact, these so-called “grammar Nazis” are actually trying to legitimize your opinions by pointing out mistakes that you could correct before posting in order to further validate and uphold your opinions.

    1. You are more than welcome to not read. No one is forcing you to read our illiterate ramblings. Feel free to head on over to CNN or MSNBC. Maybe they are more to your liking.

      1. I know Fuck!  For the record I just read a CNN article the other day, in fact when I research the Medina sisters post and they had their last name spelled wrong in the first paragraph they had it spelled “Media”  where was little Mrs Rebecca then?
        I didn’t feel the need to post a 3 paragrpah comment tellign the author how unintelligent they were, I get it people make mis
        Deena

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        Malevolent April wrote, in response to Rebecca The Proofreader (unregistered): You are more than welcome to not read. No one is forcing you to read our illiterate ramblings. Feel free to head on over to CNN or MSNBC. Maybe they are more to your liking. User’s profile
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      2. I know Fuck!  For the record I just read a CNN article the other day, in fact when I researched the Medina sisters post and they had their last name spelled wrong in the first paragraph they had it spelled “Media”.  Where was little Mrs. Rebecca then?
        I didn’t feel the need to post a 3 paragraph comment telling the author how unintelligent they were, I get it people make mistakes and I am betting that post was proof read by several people before being posted.
        Deena

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        Malevolent April wrote, in response to Rebecca The Proofreader (unregistered): You are more than welcome to not read. No one is forcing you to read our illiterate ramblings. Feel free to head on over to CNN or MSNBC. Maybe they are more to your liking. User’s profile
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        1. And let’s not forget that’s their job. We have other jobs that sometimes get in the way of this one. We aren’t journalists, English-lit majors, professional bloggers, proof readers or Edgar Allen fucking Poe. We are just regular people who hate child abusers and love kids. We never claimed to be anything other than that.

          1. Well April, my dear, I certainly hate to admit it but…. I am not perfect.  I know, I know… I have just ruined my whole image in your eyes, but you will recover.  With a little therapy and some medication you will be back to normal in time.  LOL!
            Deena

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            Malevolent April wrote, in response to Deena: And let’s not forget that’s their job. We have other jobs that sometimes get in the way of this one. We aren’t journalists, English-lit majors, professional bloggers, proof readers or Edgar Allen fucking Poe. We are just regular people who hate child abusers and love kids. We never claimed to be anything other than that. User’s profile
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      3. I have a question, how is proper grammar and punctuation going to “legitimize” our opinions when the meat of our postings are fact with a dash of opinion about the abuser/killer/raper?

        1. Eggsackly. (That was on purpose, btw. 😉 Maybe that will get Rebecca’s panties in such a wad that she’ll be too busy picking them out of her asscrack to bother us for another week or so.)

        2. I dunno. Ask the asstard.

    2. Rebecca, while I appreciate your comment and since I made the “typo” it was one word in and entire post and the comment was rude.  I can take criticism and having an error pointed out and I will happily correct it.  But to say and entire post has no credibility because of one word typed incorrectly is absurd and to ONLY comment on the one word and not mention at all the 2 children who were killed is also ridiculous.
      I am not a professional writer and never claimed to be,  for your information I do my research and go to great lengths to make sure every detail is correct to best of my ability.  One word typos, does not speak to my intelligence.
      Here’s my take on you and all the people who feel the need to pick at the little shit… if my posts aren’t “riveting” enough for you because I make an error, then don’t read them.  I don’t do it for you I do it for the kids I write about.  I am a mother and I am not perfect, never claimed to be, I get caught up in emotion and even after proof reading and having others proof read an occasional error slips through.  So Sorry!
      Deena

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      1. Rebecca is one of those proofreading spammers I mentioned before.

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        1. I figured….

          Deena

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          Trench Reynolds wrote, in response to Deena: Rebecca is one of those proofreading spammers I mentioned before.

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      2. <3 U, Deena. 🙂

        1. love you back!

          Deena

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          DodiaFae wrote, in response to Deena:
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    3. You know, I have to agree with the others here. If the writing is not up to your standards, then don’t read it. I find the writing standards here to be a lot higher than say HuffPost, or other news sources where people are actually paid money to write the articles, yet there, typos abound far worse than they do here.
        No one here is paid to write these stories, and typos do slip through when the writer is impassioned or trying to write through a mask of tears. Typos and all, foul language and blemishes, I find the posts here, by interested amateurs to be of a consistently better quality than I have seen on news sites, where the writers are paid to write, and write like modern high schoolers, instead of the supposedly articualte adults you would think they are.

      So please, if you can’t handle a minor typo, then just don’t read, since evidently one  branch on one tree being out of place keeps you from seeing the forest.

      1. Excellent comment and thank you!

        Deena

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        jennfromnm wrote, in response to Rebecca The Proofreader (unregistered): You know, I have to agree with the others here. If the writing is not up to your standards, then don’t read it. I find the writing standards here to be a lot higher than say HuffPost, or other news sources where people are actually paid money to write the articles, yet there, typos abound far worse than they do here. No one here is paid to write these stories, and typos do slip through when the writer is impassioned or trying to write through a mask of tears. Typos and all, foul language and blemishes, I find the posts here, by interested amateurs to be of a consistently better quality than I have seen on news sites, where the writers are paid to write, and write like modern high schoolers, instead of the supposedly articualte adults you would think they are.
        So please, if you can’t handle a minnor typo, then just don’t read, since evidently one  branch on one tree being out of place keeps you from seeing the forest. Link to comment
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    4. Sorry, but she doesn’t consistently make spelling or grammatical errors. Whomever the douche was that attacked her in comments was obviously hovering like a vulture, looking for something unrelated to child abuse to latch onto. It’s what douchetrolls do when they know they won’t get away with bashing us for our opinions on the abuses these children suffer or defending the abusers.

      1. Rebecca may have been the douche. I’d have to check the IPs.

        1. Ah… I would not be at all surprised.

  25. Seriously – you guy rock – you work FOR NOTHING to expose the evil in this world.  This daughter, granddaughter and great-grandddaughter of elementary school English teachers has NO PROBLEM with anything you said.  Gee Whiz – get a life and do something for children who need our voices.

  26. Just a leeeetle bit thin skinned, aren’t you?  Granted, the gravity of your subject matter is more important, but the rampant misuse of English by our “I don’t care” linguistically lazy population is a real problem, making us sound like we’re too dumb to handle our own mother tongue.  So, why not just say, “Oh yeah, thanks.  Sorry about the typo.” rather than a whole article on how angry you are?

    1. Thin skinned? Absolutely not. As has been stated before, by all means point out an error, but please do so with tact and not rudeness. I will gladly thank someone for pointing out errors in my writings here and correct them, but I won’t thank someone who feels like being a dick about it.

      1. I don’t know….The next time I hear “I’ve went” or “I’ve ran” or other horrendous murders of the English language (even by teachers!) I might end up on some website for public meltdowns.  The foreign exchange students we’ve had in our home come all worried about speaking English correctly, then find out that Americans by and large don’t give a crap.  Embarrassing!!

        1. But the horrendous murder of the English language is so secondary to the horrendous murder of innocent children.

          1. I get it, Nancy, I get it!  But just because something is horrible doesn’t mean that we can’t also worry about things like language.  Granted, that whole question is lost in a venue like this.  I should be on some grammar chatroom, I guess. 

            And, by the way, I should also accept the fact that languages change.  It could be that the disappearance of the past participle (I have gone, instead of I have went) simply means that it is becoming obsolete.  A linguist once told me that all Spanish and Italian are are bat Latin.  Ever tried reading Old English?  You can’t!

          2. Believe me, I get where your coming from! I always cringe at bad grammar, though sometimes I’m guilty of it. I “like” the Teen Mom show on facebook, the grammar and spelling in the comments on the posts make me weep for humanity! On BB, I guess to me it’s just what I’m reading is so bad, I rarely notice a typo or mistake until someone brings it up.

          3. Mark,

            Who. Gives. A Fucking. Shit. Honestly.

            Nancy actually has it a bit wrong (though I’m sure she’s just trying to be judicious for your benefit)… not only is the murder (or anything else) of the English language not secondary to the murder of an innocent child, it doesn’t even place a near tenth.

            Seriously, if you’re so fucking worried about the spelling or grammar used on this site, go to one of the major news outlets. They’re not much better, and oftentimes far worse. And that is the job those people are paid to do. The writers here often do this after a long, hard day at their paying job, after getting their own children fed, read stories to, jammied, cuddled, tucked, and sung to. Then they come here and spend the time researching these horrors and are completely broken-hearted for these children and crying their eyes out by the time they start typing.
            I’ll say again, if you think that a spelling or grammatical error here or there is that big a fucking deal, go cry about it somewhere else. We’re busy crying for the abused children here.

          4. You seem to be just a little too focused on waste elimination and reproductive functions.  The creepy meter is about up to a 7 or 8.

          5. Speak for yourself. Dodia is loved here. But now YOU set off my hink-o-meter.

          6. Creepy is when someone reads an article about a child being abused, raped, and/or murdered, and can’t think of anything to say other than “You spelled ‘their’ wrong, you idiot.” Defending that person is also creepy. I’d say you’ve got me beat by at least 2. 🙂

          7. Besides…I didn’t bring this up.   Just responding to the article.

          8. Just to be clear, I accidentally liked your post. I don’t like any of your posts, I get that you’re trying to “ruffle feathers” or whatever, but nobody wants to hear it. We get what your saying and we disagree, just let it go. Like Dodia said, just go somewhere else.

          9. It wasn’t an article. But, I’m not going to waste anymore energy on someone who can’t see the point of why Trench posted what he did. I don’t care what you say, if you come back, about how you do understand it because you obviously don’t.

    2. The point some of you seem to be missing completely is we don’t get angry or offended by someone pointing out a mistake we’ve made. 

      I, for one, get greatly offended when  someone can read one of these stories and comment ONLY on something as asinine as a grammatical error that is 9 times out of 10 made due to the emotions the writer is experiencing at the torment, both mental and physical, these babies/children have to endure.  These atrocities are being committed by the very people that are supposed to love and protect them!

      The writers here are not journalists and we do not stay neutral and keep our feelings out of these write-ups.  You pour your heart and soul into them most of the time and more times than not your writing it through tears!  

      Anyone that can read this content and only be affected by poor grammar or spelling has no business being on this site because they are definitely not here for the right reasons.  The only thing accomplished by that kind of calloused comment is  distraction.  It distracts from that baby’s story and takes away from it altogether. 

      The real problem here isn’t the “rampant misuse of English…”, it’s the fact that people are so jaded and calloused that they can read about the brutal abuse/murder of a baby/child and the ONLY reaction they have is to criticize or attack the writer for their grammar, spelling, or the words they choose to use!!

    3. If the douche in question were at least polite about it, that may very well have been the response. But they were a douche. Responding this way to the umpteen-gazillionth douchey remark about a spelling error by someone, who inevitably leaves out any mention of the poor child being written about or their waste-of-a-perfectly-good-uterus birth-vessel, the waste-of-oxygen sperm-donor, or the waste-of-skin boyfriend/girlfriend of said birth vessel or sperm donor, should be considered well within the realm of reasonable expectation by any sane person, and does not make one “thin-skinned”.

      Go ahead, say something about “gazillionth” or “douchey”. >:)

  27. I have a “friend” who is a stay at home mom and self proclaimed grammar Nazi. A recent quote from her… “I am so thankful to my parents for a good education, so I don’t sound like an idiot when I type.”
    A good education? Uhhh, a high school diploma and reading everything on Wikipedia that strikes your fancy, is not an education. Just saying.

  28. I’m disappointed, Nancy.  I was going to tell that other person that they should have written a thougtful post like yours.  I perceived you as a kind person.  I regret that that turned out not to be the case.  I had no intention whatever of ruffling feathers.  Just trying to have a thoughtful discussion.  However, I learned  some time ago that electronic forums simply do not work because you can’t see body language, hear inflections, or other important astpects of communication.  Therefore, they lend themselves to misunderstanding and hostility.  That’s why I am coming to dislike electronics more and more.  It’s making us all ugly.  I will take your advice and retreat more into real communication with live people.  It is much more satisfying than ersatz humanity.  Goodbye.

    1. I wouldn’t say either of my posts to you were thoughtful, though I do attempt to be kind. I also wouldn’t call your comments thoughtful either. When Dodia said her piece maybe she didn’t sugar coat it, but she was right. Then, lamely, you made some jab on her being too focused on waste elimination. Not thoughtful or productive to a discussion. That is what prompted my less than kind comment. I understand what you mean about technology and miscommunication, but agree it’s best you go. Goodbye.

    2. this is the only comment I liked! and only because his unsympathetic ass which has yet to mention sympathy for children is saying good bye…yes good bye Mark ,please do join real society and grow a heart mate because you lack it and usually real contact with people helps with that, seems like you have spent to much time behind a computer scren….hahaha just kidding! I know how to spell screen!  just wanted to make your heart race a bit.
      au revoir, adios,adeus, arrivederc…..;)

      1. hmmmmmm. I think I’m in love…..

  29. Don’t get mad Trent, people naturally judge you by how you present yourself. Just run everything through a spell checker before you post it. Great spelling makes everything look polished. Besides, the more people you target with angry rants the less people will read your blog. Just brush that hate off your shoulders like a boss. Please don’t take this as an attack, I’m only trying to be helpful. If you let people irritate you, then you’ll only attract more attention. It’s better to ignore them.

  30. oh for fuck’s sake, please don’t tell me i’m the only one who noticed the typo in the picture!!!

    sorry, i can’t help it.  after this many years the boss is used to my nit-picking though.  i’ll take another ativan and stfu now.

    1. Wasn’t it supposed to be misspelled to be sarcastic?

      1. i wondered about that myself, but since it wasn’t a “spelling nazi” or “typo nazi” picture (both of which i will freely admit to being.  can’t you imagine the hell his life is having to live with me?) i figured they just fucked up.

        1. Can you “nazi” us before the tards do? Purdy please?

          1. i would, but that just requires way too much effort on my part.  i’m a lazy bitch like that.

          2. Damn it. Stop that lazy shit. We need som tardless nazi action.

          3. you’ll be happy to know it took exactly 1.3 seconds for me to spot the missing “e”.

          4. Missing “e”?  I thought you were talking about them misspelling the word time….they spelled it “tine”

          5. Damn… that’s the spelling error I caught, too. o.0

          6. i originally meant the “tine” misspelling…but April seems to want “som tardless nazi action”…hence the missing “e”.

            it’s a sickness with me.  i would blame my mother, except for the fact that her various ocd disorders don’t include spelling or grammar. 

          7. ahhhh….I see.  I thought you were still talking about the picture  LOL

          8. I’m more than happy to “nazi” you before the tards to… would it be better to email things to be checked before they post? I mean, I kind of have to be in “red pen” mindset not to miss things (which the tards tend to put me in, but people I like don’t unless they ask.)

        2. No dear. You are from a spelling nazi. When you correct my mistakes you’re not a tw*twaffle about it. 

          1. tw*twaffle = awesome. tw*twaffle when Trench says it = awesomer.

    2. I totally would have noticed it if the type was bigger!  LMAO

      1. Lol I dont think I even read it, I’m usually on my phone

  31. You know, it occurs to me that , even though my life is too crazy busy to research and write articles well, I could be one HELLA copy-checker for you guys…

    1. Feel free. Just…. Go right ahead.

  32. Send ’em on in emails. I’m ready.

  33. Pedants are annoying, of course, but if you want to be regarded as credible don’t make mistakes.

    1. I think we are more concerned wiith exposing child abuse than we are about mistake. I guess priorities and all.

    2. Why don’t you go troll one of the major news outlets, where they’re actually paid to do this, and correct their mistakes. This is a blog. The writers here don’t get paid. We do this to expose child abuse, not to give douchenozzels a place to practice their grammatical and spelling skillz.

    3. “…don’t make mistakes.”

      Excellent advice that your parents should have followed.

      1. I fucking love your ass.

      2. LOL…..

  34. http://us.media.blizzard.com/wow/media/comics/comic-2006-07-zenkai-large.jpg

    very effective depending on how you look at the situation , just look at how many people jump your page for having a misspelling or grammar mistake…some of these people might have even proof read your whole page for anymore mistakes and still got the info of the post, regardless if their intention was only to look for errors…

    just think…people hounding FOX News for posting sometimes fictional information just quit…you should be honored that you have so many loyal fans pointing out your mistakes and demanding perfection from you…
    [/sarcasm]

  35. Speaking of Grammar Nazis; in the image,  the word «time» is misspelled as «tine».

    Regards,

    – Your friendly local Grammar Nazi.

    1. Love it!

  36. Hey, Trench…this doesn’t apply to the tards who come on here and post in some combination of text speak, slang and gibberish does it? Because that really NEEDS to be done…just sayin’…

  37. Wow! You are very ignorant and hostile. What’s wrong with proper grammar? Only a fool rejects knowledge and correction. Your approach is indicative that you have a bad attitude yourself and probably are on the same level as the scumbags you post stories about. Opinions matter and you do yourself no justice by writing on an uneducated, hostile level. So what, your writers don’t get paid. That’s no excuse for showing stupidity.   

    1. No. We don’t get paid. And it’s not showing stupidity, as you did in this ignorant comment. It’s more a matter of us having other things that may interfere with posting here. Often we post stories without proofing them for lack of time due to families, jobs, or other priorities. We make EVERY effort to make these abuse children a priority as well, but a few details may get missed. If that bothers you, feel free to get fucked. No one will miss you.

    2. And where is your perfectly worded website?

      P.S. Suck it.

    3. Nice handle, Honey triple X. Sounds like a porn star. You have no idea how many anal characters come on this site and rant about grammer and typos and never have word one to say about the heinous abominations which are commited against children and are reported here. That is indicative of not only an anal OCD personality but blatant self congratulation and back patting not to mention games of one-upsmanship. The writers here do this as a service to bring these crimes to light while being emotionally put through the wringer in doing so. So here’s my advice to you triple X…if you can’t feel for the children, can’t give the volunteers a break then go eff yourself  ‘kay?

    4. sothischimpwalksintoabar

      Look, Triple X Honey your grammar in that reply sucked. It sucked almost as much as your whorish name. What is indicative of a bad attitude here, is not Trench trying to let folks know that attacking the people who volunteer their time and energy to raise awareness about dumb fuck parents, who kill their children, will not be tolerated, no it is a person making a fucktarded ass comment about grammar when you aren’t even using it properly.

      I hope you trip on a poorly placed comma crawling back under your bridge troll

    5. How DARE  you compare the writers here with the shit stains they write about?! They aren’t raping, torturing, maiming or abusing kids. You fucking bitch! How dare you! Kids are being MURDERED and you’re worried about grammar. Fuck you and everybody who looks like you! Oy!

    6.  correction: uneducated and hostile level….loose the coma baby! hahaha she thought she was BOSS!

    7.  you forgot to put a coma after “matter”??? what happened there skippy? I guess your emotions took over and you forgot, it’s OK you are forgiven for your fuckery…;)

      1. Actually you are incorrect. The and replaces the comma, or should that be coma. 🙂 lolz 🙂

    8. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think they have more of a problem with people commenting on the improper grammar and not whatever horrible things humans do to their kids (or whatever they’re writing an article about) than that people are correcting them.

  38. I found this site by looking for the Tribbet woman story in Illinois who molested her foster son.  After browing thru your pages, I found this article which is great and I reposted it on my facebook page.  I have been attacked on various facebook/blog pages from Huff Post to Essence, Nancy Grace to National Enquierer for typos, grammar and I love to type in all caps but I am not screaming.  If the audience are so concerned about grammar, etc then they need to go volunteer at the schools, and Reading Advocacy programs.  Keep up the good work, I love your style of writing but I do not use cuss words unless very necessary.

    1. Thank you, and WELCOME!!

  39. Learn to spell or get out of the typing business, fucktard.

  40. I am a strong proponent of proper spelling and grammar. It helps avoid confusion. However, in emotionally-charged situations, I think as long as the point can be made, it’s a minor thing.

  41. Irregardless is an actual word, and I also happen to know the differences between there, their and they’re.  I would never use the wrong one on accident. Definitely not in an article that I wrote.  You have at least two people who don’t know the difference.  The writer and the editor.  Stop whining and lying, and deal with the fact that you don’t have a full grasp on grammar.

    1. “On accident” oh dear, not a great grasp on grammar after all. Surely by accident is correct.

    2. And your point is? To make yourself look like a dickhead? You succeeded.

  42. Irregardless is a word, but is listed in the dictionary as an incorrect word. So your grasp on proper grammar is slippery at best. Probably from pulling your head out of your ass, why don’t you shove it back up there. Was that proper enough for you?

  43. Just thought I’d put this here:

  44. Bro. Chill.

  45. Hail the Grammar Nazis!

    -RP Police Officer

  46. …shove them straight up your collectives asses.

    I think you meant to say “…shove them straight up your collectives arses”.

    1. ass [as] Show IPA
      noun, Vulgar.
      1. the buttocks.
      2. the rectum.

      No… I’m pretty sure he meant “asses”. If I’m reading this correctly, “ass” is the modern variation of “arse”, but if you’ve spent much time on the internet, you’ll realize that a lot of people use “arse” to be vulgar without seeming so… vulgar. So Asses asses asses ass ass asses assholes assholios asses.

  47. Time is misspelled as “tine”.

  48. Wow … even I don’t do that despite being a self-proclaimed “Grammar Nazi”.

  49. If your trying to educate the public by posting information. You sound retarded with all this ebonic, hillbilly , language. I can’t understand half of this shit you posted? Least try to sounded educated with proper spelling before posting and looking like a fool, I mean if you cant spell worth a shit, And sound lije a 8th grader wrote all this shoukd I even waste my time reading any of this…probably not..
    Ok dis b da real shit bra.

    1. And sound lije a 8th grader

      Live by the sword, die by the sword.

    2. Okay, I know they were just talking about grammar Natzis, but this isn’t so much about the grammar as much as the fact that you’re hypocritical; your spelling isn’t perfect either. Including apostrophes.

    3. There are typo’s (which I am extremely guilty of when using my mobile or tablet keyboard especially with predictive text and autocorrect)…..and then there is this and I just had to respond.
      If you are going to comment on grammar and/or spelling, make sure your comment is 100 percent correct. Here are some corrections to assist you on your way:
      1) If your…. (YOU’RE).
      2) …trying to educate the people….. and what? this is half a sentence.
      3) No comma between hillbilly and language.
      4) What is a question mark doing after the word posted?. You have made a statement into a question.
      5) At least not least.
      6) Sounded, really?
      7) Can’t
      8) , and – using “and” after a comma is a moo point (Joey Tribbiani’s version is much better than moot don’cha think)? it’s the same as putting two commas.
      9) Lije and shoukd, again I repeat really?
      10) AN 8th Grader.
      With that outta the way. Mr Reynolds you rock. Loving the site and of course I mean that in the least perverse way that one can “love” a site such as this.
      Right, I need to go for another shower after reading the story about the Colt Clan. *Shudders*

      1. “If you are going to comment on grammar and/or spelling, make sure your comment is 100 percent correct.”
        Indeed. The plural of “typo” is “typos”, not “typo’s”.
        ; )

        1. lolz
          I realised that as soon as I hit send.
          *Hangs head in utter shame.* I’m way too trigger happy with the apostrophe key. The worst is that I couldn’t even edit. AGHHHH.
          Here’s hoping your Tuesday is not a Walrus Tuesday.

          1. Just having a bit of fun with you. We need that in here sometimes! : )

  50. Time*

  51. I’m a dreadful grammar nerd, but if you are not a professional writer, I try not to hold you to my standards. I do a lot of teeth gritting.

    1. I feel the same way. Elsewhere online I criticize spelling & grammar to no end. But Trench is so funny and his sense of humor is more important than the way he spells the words he writes.

  52. Holy Sh!t, the tard who made the meme couldn’t even spell TIME right.

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