20 People Who Love English So Much They Have No Sense Of Grammar

Ah, folks with signs – providing free entertainment since 1972.

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We’ve all seen them, a few dozen people gather in front of a government building, a church or an historical monument to exercise their first amendment rights by unleashing hate and bigotry against a group of people not too different from them. They shout and scream for a few hours, pointing their signs at the television cameras, and then they go home, but not before giving us plenty of hilarious snippets of what they’re all about.

Many hateful protests are borne out of sheer ignorance, and an ignorant person is usually an illiterate one as well. Who would’ve thought?! While their growing numbers are a bit worrying, we take comfort in the fact that we’re not dealing with well-educated, well-informed citizens, but rather a group of self-important, chest-thumping morons who really have nothing better to do with their time.

Take immigration, for instance. It’s incredibly ironic that the people who are protesting against immigrants make more grammar mistakes than the people they are trying to keep out. And regardless on your stance on immigration, you can’t help but chuckle at these people, whose passion is only matched by their inability to spell properly. Here are 20 photos of people who are too stupid to learn their own language, but too arrogant to hide it:

1. When sounding it out backfires

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2. We promised protest signs, but for this guy, we’ll make an ‘excetion’

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3. Looks like someone needs a brain transplant

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4. Sick eagles need not apply

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5. It’s ok, spelling doesn’t matter anyway

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6. It’s weird how the only words Americans can spell properly are swear words

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7. We always suspected that Obama was a lightweight cotton cloth. Theory, confirmed

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8. In his defense, spelling is not the same as speaking

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9. A failure to educate your sorry butt

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10. No problem. But first, we have to make “offical” a word

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11. This is getting boaring

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12. Some people always seem to be one letter short of getting their point across

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13. Case in point

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14. Hugh won’t be too happy about this

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15. We don’t really have an Allien problem, buddy

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16. The only thing that’s in descent is the number of proud American patriots who can speak English

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17. At least the little girl is keeping it simple

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18. We agree. We have to invest more in our education system, so they don’t turn out like you

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19. You barely speak English anyway, so it won’t really matter to you all that much

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20. The quotes are making this just a bit too confusing

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