How to correct 90 percent of grammar mistakes with a single piece of jewelry.

This real necklace is an efficient, subtle new way to tell the world your you're tired of its lazy attitude toward the English language, without even having to speak it. Finally, you can correct your grammatically challenged friends with the same amount of effort they put into constructing a sentence. But why stop here? Find yourself a pair of it's/its earrings, a couple of there/their/they're wrist gauntlets, and a "Those Quotation Marks Are Unnecessary" belt buckle, and pretty soon you'll be jingling down the street like a grammar nazi Mr. T.