Question of the day
Our last question asked: According to the Wall Street Journal, what's "really hot on dating sites" right now? Proper grammar, apparently.
Congratulations to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions also go out to these good folks for also answering correctly: Jessica M. Pasko, Marina Stenos (whose answer was "What's hot? Proper grammar & that today @tenorlee & I celebrate 11 yrs of marriage!" Congrats, Marina!), Delia Cai (who notes "There's just something about a man who knows the diff btwn 'you're' and 'your'"), Mark Gibbs (whose reply was "It's like, whatsit? Y'know, proper grammar and fings wot sound eddicated"), Rico Duran, Tara Clarke (whose answer was "People being grammar nazis. Their jerks!"), Chris Backe (who adds "Because how else are we to understand the monosyllabic responses and grunts?"), Chris Lombardi (who tacks on the hashtag #lovemelovemytypos), Carrie Gray, Christine Hall (who suggests "Time to remember which 'their, there, they're' you will use"), Robin Soslow (who reasons "because your is not (yet) an acceptable abbrev of you're"), Jake Wengroff, Mia Dand, Hollywood Highlands, Charlotte LoBuono (who adds "Thank God!") and Ron Casalotti (who adds that this is "putting a whole new spin on, 'What do you want, good grammar or good taste?'"). Shout-out to Tracey Parry, who guesses, "poutine? If not, it absolutely should be. Only date a person who likes poutine." Sage advice.
As for today's question, here it is: What is the unfortunate reason Air France is trending today?
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!