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Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist and treasurer for the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. He is the author of Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life. Find more at curtishoneycutt.com.

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    August 19, 2021

    How to successfully feign word wisdom

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist. He is the author of “Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life.”

  • Published
    August 5, 2021

    How not to get a misspelled tattoo

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist. He is the author of “Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life.”

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    July 22, 2021

    Wild about words

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist. He is the author of Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life.

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    July 12, 2021

    Spelling and expelling demonyms

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist. He is the author of Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life. Find more at curtishoneycutt.com.

  • Published
    July 8, 2021

    Too clever by half

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist. He is the author of “Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life.”

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    June 25, 2021

    An apostrophe-free farmers market

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated humor columnist. He is the author of Good Grammar is the Life of the Party: Tips for a Wildly Successful Life. Find more at curtishoneycutt.com.

  • Published
    June 24, 2021

    Addicted to isograms

    Curtis Honeycutt is a syndicated columnist who explores the quirks in our words.

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    June 17, 2021

    Space wars

    How many spaces should go after a period: one or two? To answer that question, we have to talk about typewriters. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, people learned to type on manual typewriters. If this describes you, you likely learned to add two spaces after a period. That’s because manual […]

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    June 10, 2021

    Pardon my harsh letters

    My wife and I are in a stage of parenting where we can’t get away with spelling words aloud around the kids anymore. Our son is a great reader and can sniff out a secret-parent-spelling code faster than you can spell i-c-e c-r-e-a-m. Because of this, we use a language where we spell out words, except that consonants are pronounced with their letter plus the sound “ong” at the end of them, while vowels are just …

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    June 3, 2021

    When you say nothing at all

    Wherefore upon we find ourselves on the noble precipice of the dawning of a newly formed sentence and, seeing as how I still have your undivided attention even though I find myself in recognition of the fact that I’m competing with the likes of social media and videos involving funny cats, I thank you for your examination of my grandiloquent commentary. In other words, it’s time to talk about grandiloquence. Have …

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