Following on from the discussion about Grammar Nazis, is there an acceptable term for people who would consider themselves at the opposite end of the spectrum. It should be slightly pejorative but not give offence or lead to rows.

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    Do we really need more derogatory names for different grammar ideologies? – JSBձոգչ Aug 16 '10 at 17:19
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    @ JSBangs: I agree : I don't think we should have any. But since the consensus of the 'Grammar Nazi' discussion was acceptability, maybe we should try to achieve balance. Personally I wouldn’t want to use any kind of labelling - let’s discuss each question on its merits. – cindi Aug 16 '10 at 17:40
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    I would quite happily call myself a grammar hippy. Simply because it sounds cool :-) – Vincent McNabb Aug 17 '10 at 23:23
  • I'd probably call them Jejemon (though the term is probably not well known in other countries). – Dian Aug 25 '10 at 5:42

How about grammar hippy?


TV Tropes has an opposite of Illiteracy communist.

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    I refuse to click that link. – mmyers Sep 25 '10 at 18:41

A loose grammon (rhymes with "loose cannon").



Grammar anarchist


Grammar Ally ...


The Grammar Police

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