Re: OT: Grammar Cops Unite!
I'm giving this one a bump because of something very odd I've seen. Just today, I noticed posts in two threads by two different members in which they used the word "vice" when they clearly meant "versus" (or its abbreviation "vs."). This isn't even a question of grammar; it's using a word with a completely different meaning. Is this some new internet fad?
EDIT: Well, I Googled all the meanings of "vice." Apparently it can be a preposition meaning "in place of" or "rather than," although until now I had never heard it used that way.
“All the universe or nothingness. Which shall it be, Passworthy? Which shall it be?”
Last edited by scotpens; August 18 2013 at 04:51 AM.