There are only two reasons to use an apostrophe – a contracted word or a possessive noun. You don’t need to use one any other time. Please stop.
The “overuse” of “quotation marks” is both “rampant” and “annoying.”
There is no such word as irregardless.
Their, there, and they’re are three different words. Learn the difference. Same principle applies with to, too and two.
Internet abbreviations (lol, etc) are as onerous as emoticons.
The last book of the Bible is the Revelation-singular. One revelation of Jesus Christ, not many little Revelations.
The word went should generally not be used with the words has or have. I went. I have gone. I have went is improper.
I’m at my state convention meeting so it is possible I am a little grumpy.
As an old fogey, I am convinced grammar matters. As the internet meme says, “Let’s eat, Grandma,” and “Let’s eat Grandma,” are two very different things.
Having grammar OCD in a libertine world is not easy.