Kill The Apostrophe

This page is created to inform readers about the need for an apostrophe and also why we do not need it. Several examples of phrases and sentences prove that apostrophe adds inconsistency in the writing format when the message can be delivered easily without its need.



Most of them dont add anything useful

Here is a list of examples that explain why using apostrophe only adds the chances of making an error in the essay or report. Learn how to write sentences without the need for an apostrophe.


George Bernard Shaw did it and so can you

George Bernard explained how using apostrophe can create disturbance in the minds of the readers with the examples you can find here.

Many apostrophes are really only there for condescension

Apostrophes have always been used to highlight the importance of a word in sentences, which the writers have started abusing lately.

Even where an apostrophe can add something useful

The sentences will seem unique and authentic if the writers resist the urge to highlight certain words. The presence of apostrophes can deliver the wrong message to the readers.

Why Kill The Apostrophe ?

Learn about our programs that people are aware of the apostrophe’s right use and why the current writing format on the internet does not require it.

Plural Possessives

Plural possessives are formed by adding an apostrophe when a noun ends in s. It makes reading a bit tricky, which is unnecessary for the readers to deal with.

Abolish Apostrophe

Learn about our programs and how you can help us in reaching the right platforms to aware people about the abolishment of the apostrophe.

Yeah Lets Kill

You can also support us by sharing our message with your friends and on social media. Let us be the actual grammar police for the betterment of reading and writing.


Say It Aint So – The Movement to Kill the Apostrophe

  • They add confusion
  • It will make the rules better
  • It will free them up for use as single quotes

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I support the cause as it has been seen as a medical problem among readers to misinterpret the use of the apostrophe.
Patricia P. Pressley

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