More Illiterate Spanking Personals

Continuing the theme, this from Analyze Julie:

Overall, my biggest complaint: illiteracy. To any of the 106 responders I didn’t connect with: if you had just written a grammatically correct email, WE MIGHT BE HAVING SEX AT THIS VERY MOMENT. I wanted to give everyone a shot (not at having sex, but a shot at connecting with me, and that might have led to sex). I honestly think, out of the 110 responses I received, probably 90 contained bad grammar, misspellings, and/or were far too short to even glean any information about the responder. I’m not kidding: 90 out of 110. That means that I didn’t even have to evaluate 82% of the responses, because they’d already put themselves out of the running.

Like it or not, boys, spelling and punctuation matters.

  1. Audrey commented on March 30th, 2005:

    Again and again I read on this blog about complains about gramma and stuff. I just feel it is nessesary to remind you people, that there is such a thing as dyslexia, and also are there people on the net who do not speak English as their first language.
    So be a bit more considerate, or are you perfect in everything?

  2. SpankBoss commented on March 30th, 2005:

    Be a bit more considerate? Why? This is my blog, and my playground. If you can come here and lecture me on consideration, why can’t I lecture someone else on spelling and grammar?

    Which of course misses my main point. Spelling and punctuation matter when attracting mates — especially women — online. That may not be fair or nice or considerate — any more than it’s fair that looks matter when attracting women at the corner bar — but it’s still *true*. Reality is not optional.

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