So in my last post, we had a minor discussion over where it was appropriate to use the construct "my brother and I" versus "my brother and me". I've learned that I was wrong about how I used it (although I'll leave the prior post as it stands, since the comments won't make sense otherwise), and I'm happy that I've been reminded of the correct usage now. The big question of the day, however, is what sorts of grammar or spelling mistakes really bug you?
Some of my personal pet peeves include the misuse of words (look them up in the dictionary, if you don't know what they mean, people), the misuse of apostrophes, and spelling mistakes like "lose/loose". I'm tolerant of people making typos, since we're all human, and that's what copy-editors are really for in the whole grand scheme of publishing. But I seriously once had to read through an entire manuscript about poker, where the author just didn't know that when someone loses a poker game, the correct word to use is "lose". Oy.
Fire away, faithful readers: what really bugs you?