It just cracks me up when native English speakers try to act all smart and think they are correcting my English. Instead they are making a huge arse of themself when it turns out they were wrong. Must be embarrassing being educated in your own language by someone who isn’t a native speaker.
Some pillock decided to “correct” my use of moneys today. Today he learned that moneys is plural for money.
I haven’t only given out English lessons today, I’ve continued my search for a better productivity tool – a substitute for a calendar. If I didn’t use a calendar I would probably miss most of my apointments, but I want something a bit more practical. Simple, yet with a few good features.
The first day I used Wunderlist I loved it! It is the first to-do list application I’ve liked. Evernote looks cool, but its design looks so ’90s. I’m waiting for Wunderkit, as it might be what I’m looking for, but I’m going to give Springpad a go. It seems really good and interesting. However, if Wunderkit is better than Springpad, I’ll switch without a doubt.
And before I go, if you are going to correct someone, see to it that they actually are wrong.