Monday, May 3, 2010

Grammars Police! (A.K.A. Pwned 2)

Someone in our family is the grammar police. He corrects us every time we use bad grammar.

One thing he taught us is, contrary to popular belief, you say I feel GOOD, not I feel well. Well has to do with an active thing. So the other day, I tricked him.

We were eating dinner when I said, "I feel well today."

He said his usual thing. "NO! You feel GOOD!"

But I had my retort ready to go.

"No, I mean my hands aren't numb today. I can actually feel! It's like the sense is much more acute then it was before..."

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