Originally Posted by jd091
There? Where? I don't see it.
This reminds me. Earlier I was thinking about something- the pretty common misconception of its
is by far the least of the grammar nazis' collective worries. I can see why people would mistake the two, because the apostrophe is usually used as a sign of the possessive. In this case, the apostrophe in it's
means it is
, but let's say you were saying Ben's
, you could use that apostrophe as both a possessive and Ben is
. Double standard bro