Although “on accident” is wrong, it is easy to see why it is so prevalent.
- “On purpose” is grammatically correct, so many people assume that “on accident” is also acceptable (but it isn’t).
- As children, especially, we’ve undoubtedly told parents and teachers on numerous occasions that “It was an accident,” which sounds just like “It was on accident.” This might explain why “on accident” sounds right.
Some people have claimed that “on accident” is used more commonly by Americans who live in the South. But having never lived in the South, we can neither verify nor refute this claim.
I can’t stand people saying ‘on accident’.
What happens to Disney princesses after happily ever after.
This is amazing.
I can’t get over how amazing his timing is.
I tried not to reblog but had too
God dammit I will reblog every time and watch every time
I CAN’T DECIDE WHICH PART I LIKE MORE LIKE OMFG. THE POCAHONTAS ONE IS SO HISTORICALLY ACCURATE
Jeremy Irons discusses his thoughts on same-sex marriage.
So Jeremy Irons is a bit of a crackpot now.
How do you work with this guy?
My therapist says it’s because I’m attracted to abusive relationships.
wes feels are the worst
omg sorry guys, I’m just suddenly filled with ‘common law’ feels. spam coming up.