I have admitted freely to watching shows such as the Bachelor (by the way, did you watch it last night? What the...? Not that I wasn't prepared, but what the...? I thought I knew you, Jake).
So, while I watch lowbrow reality television with utter delight, the grammar frequently used on such shows is appalling.
And my good friend, Edna the Editor, is even more horrified than I am.
She asked to write my post today and I was all too happy to oblige. Voila, Edna. It's all yours.
Him and I are falling madly in love.
Her and I do not get along.
Him is falling madly in love.
Her does not get along.
It should be obvious at this point. These are wrong.
He is falling madly in love.
He and I are falling madly in love.
yours in proper English reality,
Wow, thanks Edna. That was a bit intense, but appreciated.
1. the Bachelor is OVER
2. a high of 55*F today!
3. sharing what we love about each other at FHE last night