Inspiration Playlist Volume 1, Track 5: “Oxford Comma”

This isn’t so much inspirational as it is thought-provoking. After that #NaNoWriMo Beast last month, I needed a good song to clear my head.

Who gives a f*ck about an Oxford Comma? What is an Oxford Comma, anyway?*


* According to Wikipedia, an Oxford Comma is the serial comma which is used immediately before a coordinating conjunction (usually and or or, and sometimes nor) preceding the final item in a list of three or more items. For example, a list of three countries can be punctuated as either “Portugal, Spain, and France” (with the serial comma) or as “Portugal, Spain and France” (without the serial comma).

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