The Grammatically Incorrect But Cute Blogger
Why spread some awesome? Isn’t that grammatically incorrect? It should be spread some awesomeness. Spread is a verb, awesome is an adjective. You shouldn’t do or act an adjective. It should be a noun that’s why it should be awesomeness. Didn’t they teach you that in school?
Well, I probably wasn’t listening. And yes, spread some awesome is grammatically wrong. But I have an excuse and it’s a good one. It’s actually a cliche. And I am fortunate that many will let me slip by with this excuse. “I am not an English major. I am an engineering graduate.” See, I think I convinced 99% of you that spread some awesome mistake is okay in my case.
No, not really. It wasn’t a mistake. I was aware that it was wrong. So, why did I use it? My explanation is simple. I am awesome. You are awesome. Traveling is awesome. Eating is awesome. Photography is awesome. Blogging is awesome. Sharing is awesome. That’s what I want to spread – anything that I can equate to awesome.
I told you, I am an engineer. I can equate. And awesomeness is just too darn long, about four characters longer.
Next time you’re wondering, you can imagine that awesome is like pixie dust that I am throwing out to the world. I hope you get some of it and when you do, don’t hesitate to spread some awesome.