Perhaps I don’t do Facebook or Twitter because I’d obsessively demand proper grammar and punctuation at all times. Shorthand conventions be darned; all written communication should conform to professional standards, I say!
This morning I got the following email. The author sent it to a girl’s math teacher, and copied it to me because she wanted her daughter to be able to come in to my class late.
__________ is coming in to take that test when you two decided would be a good time. Please give her a pass to Mr. Huston class she was worried about getting into his class.
On her signature line, I noticed that she works at a school.