Lists of Note: Fumblerules of Grammar
A fantastic list of the 1970s ‘fumblerules’ – often made grammatical mistakes, highlighted by their use within the rules themselves. They include:
Don’t use no double negatives.
A preposition is something never to end a sentence with.
If you don’t follow Lists of Note, the blog which they came from, you should check them out. Along with the similar Letters of Note, there’s always some inspiration on hand.
They are both run by Sean Usher, a freelance copywriter. He completes the trio of web-based coffee break triumphs with Letterheady, which, if you like your branding, you’ll visit a lot. Check out that font on Muhammad Ali’s letterhead, for example. Mmm.