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Updated on Tuesday, April 15

#6325

QUESTION: To Oxford comma, or not to Oxford comma?

10 comments

  1. Who gives a fuck about an oxford comma?

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    1. I've seen those English dramas too, they're cruel

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    2. So if there's any other way

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    3. to spell the word

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  2. Oxford comma - Compare.

    We invited the strippers, JFK and Stalin.

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    We invited the strippers, JFK, and Stalin

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    1. I think it could be used to clear up ambiguity. But it also creates ambiguity.

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    2. "To my mother, Ayn Rand, and God."
      Both create ambiguity in different situations.
      Also, you could just reword: We invited JFK, Stalin and the strippers. To God, Ayn Rand and my mother.

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  3. If it's the Vampire Weekend song, absolutely.

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  4. Oxford commas SHOULD NOT BE OPTIONAL.

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