Bad Grammar Overlord
“Strong am I with bad grammar... but not that strong.”
“A little bad grammar is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal.”
General Information about Bad Grammar Overlord[edit | edit source]
The title "Bad Grammar Overlord" is not to be taken lightly. It is bestowed every two hundred years upon a remarkable intergalactic grammar-wrecker, sentence-slasher, idiom-breaker or other aphasic of great merit. The distinction is lifelong, and it cannot be exchanged for money, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, Playstation 2, ipod, or partial immortality. It can be, however, exchanged for everything else. There are currently 5 433 256 Overlords around the known universe, but nobody cares who the current Bad Grammar Overlord is.
How to Become a Bad Grammar Overlord?[edit | edit source]
Becoming a Bad Grammar Overlord usually requires a lifelong abuse of English grammar, but single offences, if deemed serious enough by the Bad Grammar Board, can render a person eligible for the title. If you are interested in becoming a Bad Grammar Overlord, you should utter the following words, phrases or sentences as many times a day as possible:
- Who you be?
- where no Me go know
- any thong your dat says
- I already done told ya
- Where all the white bitches at?
- They be know where at, but it is.
Or you might as well send your application and a cheque / money order / mastercard number / table silver directly to us. Please note that Bad Grammar Overlords are selected purely according to oral output. Bad grammar or spelling in written English is not taken into account, because it it was, everyone would be a Bad Grammar Overlord and the title would soon lose its significance. Get it?
i am commiong tomorrow. Beacause they asking were me
Famous Bad Grammar Overlords of the Past[edit | edit source]
Overlord #25: Yoda
Overlord #155: Oscar Wilde
Overlord #156: James Joyce
Overlord #490: Hubert Selby Jr.
Overlord #500: John Agard
Overlord #605: George Bush Jr.