No, I'm not. There is method to my title madness *grin* Please bear with me. Your Joking is actually the title of a book (and of a [now retired] New Zealand racehorse), but more on that later.
I was lighting the fire last night, as you do in the middle of winter, and perusing the paper as I scrunched it. (Because you never know what tidbit you'll happen upon when scrunching paper IMO.) What I found was a book review:
"Excepted" instead of "accepted"? As in "no excuse excepted". I can't bear the use of "invite" instead of "invitation" - to have someone say to me, "I can't except your invite" would, I believe, provoke justifiable homicide. In fact, I'd probably kill myself for having the bad taste to invite them in the first place.
The title of the book? Your Joking. And yes, the error is deliberate.
So, I was wondering - what have you seen lately (in a book, magazine, newspaper and/or advertisement) that required a judicious serving of grammar? And, more importantly, does a lack of grammar in a book bug you?
Updated to run a spell check. Only I could write a post about grammar and misspell the word! *hides head in shame*