For some of us, seeing bad grammar on the Internet can be infuriating. If you consider yourself a staunch defender of English grammar or know someone who does, you'll love these fun grammar-nerd gifts.

Be sure to upvote your favorite gift ideas and add any new ones if you have them. Most of them can be purchased through the links under the images!

#1 Funny Grammar Poster

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EdSheeranIsBae 3 years ago

My English teacher has this up in her class x,D

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#2 Grammar Nerd Mug

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Mhairi Wade 1 year ago

My sisters birthday is in April. This is perfect!! Where can I get it?

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#3 Coasters For Grammar Lover

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Randomperson 3 years ago

I want this

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#4 Commas Save Lives T-shirt

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MariaMcLeod 3 years ago


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#5 Greeting Card

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VivienCollins 3 years ago

Actually, I usually find those with the weakest argument also tend to have the poorest grammar....

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#6 English-Teacher-Inspired Coffee Mug

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NathalieCowanNoland 3 years ago

Yep that's me and I would love that mug :D

#7 Grammar Owl T-shirt

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crlfl 3 years ago

Obviously, the author doesn't know the difference between a subject and an object within a sentence.

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#8 Grammar Nazi Notebook

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DariaB 3 years ago

Actually, I don't like this one. I don't like the "grammar nazi" term. One should be grateful when corrected, and be more careful about the language. "Nazi grammar" kind of tells you it's rude, cruel and unneccessary to protect your own language at all. And it also derides the terrible experience of mass suffering from either Jews or any other people who suffered because of nazis, and still do because of neo-nazis.

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#9 Grammar Teacup Set

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dondestasamboga 3 years ago

in spanish there's something similar: Ahí=there, hay= there is/are, ay= ouch... and so much people who can't tell the difference

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#10 I Enjoy Eating My Cat Mug

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