Ah, love. So sweet, especially when expressed with technical perfection. Here’s a selection of seductive missives perfect for the wooing of any linguistically-inclined lover.
Because if you’re going to give a grammar nerd Valentines, you need grammar nerd Valentines.
There’s nothing less seductive than inaccurate homonyms. A true grammar nerd can hear the difference.
This card is the only one of these grammar nerd Valentines that is even more amazing on the inside than it is on the outside.
Which is impressive, because the outside is pretty amazing on its own (thank you, card maker, for finding an alternative to “Grammar Nazi”).
The interior view. Hell yes.
Variations on a theme from For the <3 of Geek. These are accurate AND clever, which makes me swoon.
This one is actually a print, not a card – but hand it to someone while saying “Happy Valentine’s Day!” and it immediately counts as a grammar nerd Valentine.
Also: it’s awesome.
This one is the perfect saucy pun for your talented grammar nerd Valentine. It’s both a compliment and a suggestion (or an offer).
A simple and visually appealing statement of fact.
Make sure you’ll give this one to a grammar nerd Valentine who will find it charming, rather than one who will see this as evidence that their paramour didn’t get it right on the first try and couldn’t be bothered to start a new card.
Actually, maybe don’t use this one.
YEAH, YOU KNOW ME.
This one has nothing to do with Valentine’s day. But it’s hilarious. I’m down for seduction through synonym humor any day.
Homonyms: always entertaining, frequently romantic.
This one makes me want to claw my eyes out a little bit. But I fully believe that someone else could find it cute.
Maybe this one should be a Valentine given by a grammar nerd to their less grammatically obsessed lover?
And finally: one that just tells it like it is.