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What really gets my knickers in a twist is when people substitute "myself" for "me" or "I". Yes, it might sound classier, but damn it, it's wrong! I hear supposedly educated people on the radio doing this all the time.
How about IRREGARDLESS???? Seriously, WTF does regardless mean if irregardless is a word?
That word is in my top 5 pet peeves (not just grammar-related ones). I had an English teacher in high school who used it ALL. THE. TIME. We tried and tried to get her to stop, but she seemed to get some sick amusement out of upsetting us.