It is very interesting to find a cartoon online that no only echoes one's career but seeks to enhance it with a direct reference
to the word "grammar":
The take is lined up on the phrase "The grammarians at home" and the only thing that the characters are concerned with is the
misplaced comma so lets go for it - not a comma out of place;
It all reminds me of my years in Banking as an official when the problem was indeed to do with the direct use
and application of the grammarian at work and the positioning of the comma: not so! interjected my
employers: take great care with the overuse of the comma and on the other hand do not seek to underuse the comma so the exact application and use of the comma was of direct connection to the world of bankig in the 196Os that much talked about era of success and integrity:
However the other day whilst dining at Wetherspoons and as I tucked into my Italian feast with a glass of Merlot
I heard a man in a distinctly Welsh accent say - its the Sixties again and how great thou art and lets have the Sixties talked about again: privetely I would argue Why Not as we did work a lot and afterall the Beatles and Jimmy Hendrix were not the only fish in the sea I was there too working diligently in my bank for years to come and it has gone down in history with thanks to the comic strip
WHAT RHYMES WITH ORANGE
blammange : or pudding of course!
If a trifle funny the message in the cartoon is nevertheless real not imaginary and the "take" on the line -
the grammarians at home links with our post banking days and then back into the classroom to spread the good news to spread the word and the word is COMMA! Nice work!