Weird Al Yankovic's 'Word Crimes' Grills Bad Grammar Online

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Jul 17, 2014 • References: youtube and youtube
Weird Al Yankovic has recently began project where he'll be releasing a new music video every day this week, one of which is 'Word Crimes.' Based on Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines,' the satirical singer has created a slightly different rendition of the song that focuses on good grammar rather than 'good girls.'

'I hate these word crimes' is the main verse of the song's chorus, which in my humble opinion is super catchy and equally hilarious. It's apparent that not everyone has the best grammar online. Chances are if you've stumbled across YouTube comment forums or Twitter and Facebook statuses you'll see a plethora of grammar mistakes, but of course, not everyone is perfect.

Weird Al seeks to correct these grammar mistakes and encourage awareness among online users.