Should'nt [sic] that be "explaining it's uses"?And I was all, "STUPID." And I laughed and laughed because I love it when people use poor grammar in comments that are intended to make the blogger look like an idiot. I didn't even notice the misused apostrophes in "shouldn't" and "couldn't!" HA!
Sorry, could'nt [sic] resist."
So I responded, "No," and I explained that "its" wasn't a contraction. Ooohh, diss, Anonymous!
For a split-second I thought, "Maaaybe that was ironic... ... ...Nope! Anonymous is just dumb! HA HA HA!"
And then Megan emailed me and mentioned how I misused the plural form of "apostrophes" in the title, and I was all, "GOD. WHY DOESN'T ANYONE GET THAT I'M BEING IRONIC? GOD."
Then Anonymous left another comment:
I'm fully aware that "it's" is a contraction and I hope that clarification was offered ironically in response to my sarcasm.
And the moral of the story is: sarcasm and irony do not work on the Internet.