As I gradually make my way through the grammar questions you're asked me on TIP TUESDAY, I remind you that you are welcome to email me with questions at email@example.com.
Of course, if you want to know what to wear to the Bar Mitzvah, then you should ask fishducky. I shall accept questions and concerns that have to do with grammar.
This comment is from my beloved Birgit, who blogs at BB Creations:
Too funny:) Asshat-hahahaaaa. I think what you are giving to the writers of the world is great! I am still wondering about to/too. I know to go to...and that is too much but what about if I say "me to" or is it me too? In other words...when I end the sentence with to/too?? I think it is to but not sure. OK now I will read what you wrote the day before:)
I realize Birgit's question/comment might not make sense because it's taken out of context, but who doesn't like the word asshat?
Birgit wants to know if she should end a sentence with me to or me too when she is in agreement with someone or has done something the other person did, and it better be something nice, Birgit, you bad girl.
The answer to your question, Birgit, is me too.
It's the second definition that's of concern to you, Birgit; however, I must add a caveat. It's not always "me too." It can be "me, too."
This situation is one of those iffy times when you get to choose whether to use the comma.
I usually use the comma because I believe it adds clarity.
I, too, enjoy carpool karaoke.
I think it's clearer than
I too enjoy carpool karaoke.
As much as I want to visit all the Battle of the Bands tonight, it's not going to happen because I'm tired. I shall try to visit tomorrow.
Because my battle features Jimmy Fallon, and because we've had too much sadness this week, let's enjoy Jimmy Fallon again, and if you don't like it, Pickleope, then say so nicely. No snide remarks allowed.
I laugh, wildly and hysterically, every time I see this video.
Infinities of love,