Yes, I have a degree in English Literature from an Accredited Tier 1 University. Yes I know that I picked the wrong form of "to" for that title sentence. I am making a point. Thus comes the unfortunate story. The other day I was in line at Wendy's buying my trademark 5-piece chicken nuggets and medium french fries for $2.14. The woman in front of me was, how shall I say, very decorated with tattoos. I was mildly fascinated with this person until she bent over and on her lower back I saw the tattoo-ed phrase "This To Shall Pass." Oh. My. God. As an Engli-nerd and self proclaimed grammar-nazi I cringed a serious cringe for this person. If you are going to get a phrase PERMANANTLY TATTOO-ED on your body, wouldn't you want to make sure you had the correct spelling/grammar/punctuation!?!? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? I know that if I were to get a tattoo (which I would never ever ever consider doing) you bet your ass that I would obsess over it for weeks and run that shit by any-and-everyone who would listen to me. Did she not even *think* to run this by her boyfriend/girlfriend/favorite tattoo artist/someone who can compose a sentence worth a damn?? When I encounter people like this, I have to wonder if we really are the same species, or if some horrible joke is being played.