I work in a concession stand at a movie theatre. Anyway, I was selling a slushy to a young boy. He must've been around eight years old. Where I work, we call these things Frozen drinks. We know what you mean when you order a slushy, but we order them and ring them up as frozens. Don't ask me why, we just do.
I sell this young boy a frozen drink and before I run off to get it for him i say, "I'll be right back with your frozen drink, sir" (he may have been young, but he seemed like a 'sir') He decides to meet me where the counter ends and where I have to go to get his frozen *ahem* slushy. Before I can even hand him the drink he says to me, "You know, "frozen" is an adjective not a noun."
I almost peed my pants he was so cute. I just looked at him and said, "you are absolutely right sir, how could I have been so silly? What do you suggest I call this drink for you?" Little grammar boy says, "it's a slushy."
Why is this so amazing you might ask me? I guess I was just so overwhelmingly happy that this young boy was so taken by grammar. I too love grammar. I mean, I'm no grammarian, but I do enjoy the rules of grammar. There is nothing more handsome than a boy with proper grammar and this boy was surely a gentleman. It was so happy to have met someone who was so confident about his language. Too bad he was eight years old (haha. just kidding. I have a boyfriend.)
I found this image here
I guess all I'm trying to say is that grammar is cool. Teach it to your kids so they can sound cute and sway all the ladies with their smooth words.