The Internet is a minefield of terrible grammar. Each week, Someecards' resident English teacher Matt Cheplic is here to clear the mines—or die trying.
Under most circumstances, a conservative religious website removing a woman from a photo because of her decadence and immodesty would inspire outrage, right? Well, sympathy is in short supply when that woman is Kim Kardashian.
On a trip to have their baby North baptized in the Holy Land, Kim and Kanye have been photographed in Jerusalem this week. On the Kikar HaShabbat website, Kim's face is blurred out, or—this isn't a joke—obscured by a large image of a restaurant receipt. According to the Associated Press, Kardashian was deemed a "pornographic symbol" who contradicts ultra-Orthodox values.
Most comments on Yahoo! revealed an eerie level of comfort with the idea of women being rendered invisible.
While the following sentence was by no means the most mean-spirited, it takes the prize for most grammatically horrifying:
I know. It's a lot to take in. Let's break it down, shall we?