an article regarding the casual use of improper grammar and usage. (And, yes, there is a difference in those two terms, and, no, it is not unacceptable to begin a sentence with "and," a practice that at one time would have meant an incomplete sentence. The anticipatory "it" is also verboten, by the way.)
"Grammar Gaffes Invade the Office" was the sub-headline of the article. I can see Wilma rolling her eyes as she reads about the inadequacies in the workplace, on Twitter, Facebook, or text-messaging. When did we get so casual? How does an English teacher compete anymore?
A friend is wont to end emails with "C U" and likes to refer to the President as P-BO. I've gotten used to his shortcuts, understand the convenience, and in his case can excuse it because I KNOW he has the capacity to use the language when he chooses to do so. Or wants to. (Catch that?)
Maybe it only makes a difference to you and I. To I, anyway.