Talk:Grammatical Pantheon

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edit Possible move

To avoid confusion, this should probably be moved to something like "Grammar gods", "Grammatical pantheon", "Pantheon of English grammar", or something similar. What sort of name (including the current) do people prefer? —Lenoxus 23:58, 24 February 2007 (UTC)

edit From Pee Review

Humour: 6 Has potential, but the oh-so-ironic grammar problems really threw me off.
Concept: 7 An idea about grammar gods, while not entirely original, is still fresh.
Prose and formatting: 1 The spelling...THE ATROCIOUS SPELLING! Please, for the love of sweet Jesus, fix the spelling! Also, commas would be a nice touch, from time to time.
Images: 5 Points for Adjective's sexy bod, but there are more appropriate pictures out there that you could have included, generally speaking.
Miscellaneous: 3 So I'm an ugly abomination, eh? Cute. No really, I'm flattered.
Final Score: 22 I have no clue where that jab came from, but I would really like to know. You're either brilliant for intentionally making an article about a race of holy grammar nazis full of incorrect English, or you need to find a damn grammar book.
Reviewer: Judgement 22:58, 5 February 2007 (UTC)
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