best. song. ever.

Attention READERS, fellow WRITERS, EDITORS, COPYEDITORS, or just those of you with a healthy love of the English language!

This is


You must watch it.

You must listen carefully.

You will end up singing along.

And then you must share it with everyone you know so that they, too, can finally learn to use proper grammar! :may20

P.S.  No freaking wonder I love Weird Al! :may22


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  1. flchen1 says:

    I’m with you–this one is AWESOME!!! 🙂

    :may14 :may14 :may14

  2. Donna A says:

    Love it!

    :may22 :may22 :may22 :may22 :may22

  3. Mary Kirkland says:

    I saw this on a new program not too long ago and thought it was fabulous.


    • Heidi says:

      I think it should be, like, required watching/listening. It should be part of the school curriculum, memorized by every student in the country. I just love it! :may3

  4. Laura J. says:

    B’Girl is a big Grammar Nazi!!!!! It’s so bad, this should be her theme song. One of these days she is going to knock someone out for “ain’t” or the misuse of “there, they’re, their” or “your or you’re”. She probably would get me for my “misuse of “!” and ” “” “. She’s in 3 English classes at school (they don’t know what to do with her) 2 are 8th grade honor classes and 7th grade honors (that she took last year but they didn’t have any other classes to put her in–teacher lets her read and gives her 10th grade lessons to do).

    • Heidi says:

      Is it wrong that I LOVE HER for that? :may32 It’s just so nice to know there are still a few students out there who care & are determined to maintain high quality grammar. Give her big smooches from me for that! :may7

      And then tell her it’s A-okay to make this her theme song. I’m pretty sure it’s going to be mine. :may22

  5. Ruth C. says:

    :may32 I loved it. :may14 :may14 :may22

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