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By Calligraphuck
The title says it all.  Despite what some might claim, the rules about how to use them are complicated, and have evolved haphazardly.
This is a lighthearted guide to getting the fucking things right.

Simon Griffin lets off steam so that we don’t have to, thoughtfully explaining the difference between omission (“Kim’s balancing a champagne glass on her backside”) and possession (Kim’s backside may have been photoshopped”), as well as the murky world of attributive nouns (“Walter’s teachers manual said nothing about cooking meth”)

This is the perfect gift for any pedant, as well as an indispensable guide in all our moments of grammar frustration.

“At last a book that tells you exactly where to stick your apostrophe … funny and useful, the perfect stocking filler” – David Marsh – The Guardian