When it comes to the way people use the English language, I've got a pantload of pet peeves. For instance, how has cavalry become calvary, comfortable, comfterble, strategy, stragety and introduce, interduce? Blasphemy, right? I mean it's one thing if my soon-to-be-four-year-old son pronounces reptile, repatile, but when did adults start pronouncing realtor, realator?
Even worse than these mispronunciations (because, of course, I'm joking around, right?), is the constant employment of the phrase,... READ ON