Oxfords not brogues.
@Soser5, Oxfords not Brogues. Indubitably. *flies away with rocket pen*
@Soser5, manners maketh the man
I always use the oxford coma
@benderama, I hope Oxford comes out of his coma.
I want to see Nelson Mandela's 800 year old dildo collection.
Who doesn't use the Oxford comma?
I, have always, been, partial to, the Walken, comma.
@Kamojoe, I, agree. It adds, a, sofisticated touch, to, every sentence.
Are we not going to talk about the authors parents?
Putting commas, in the right, places, is very important
Its actually ok to write a sentence like that. According to a college English professor I had, you can write it out blah, blah and blah with that being the correct way and blah, blah, and blah being marked wrong
Am I the only guy who saw the fantastic Mr Fox reference
This how they should teach grammar. Honestly, I'd be much better if it were.
I've read about Nelson Mandelas dildo collection, it was quite impressive.
Nelson Mandela and I have something in common! (And I'm not a Percy Jackson character...)
And in each instance only an idiot wouldn't understand.
Plot twist: his/her father's name is God
This is an example of a comma used to separate the sentence from more detail which happens to be in the form of a list of two things; two things in a list never need commas. Ec: I looked at it and it looked right, both the first and second times. This is not the Oxford comma.
This is the first good explanation I've seen of why the Oxford comma is important, kudos to you uploader.
I understand the Oxford comma differently to this, am I wrong
@Factory BOY, This is not using the Oxford comma, which is the point of the picture. The Oxford comma would be when you list like: blue, green, and red. The second comma would be the Oxford comma.
I ship it