I never think about grammars or else so
I really hate what you say abaut me and thats why i write this so everyone can know (and
Im sorry because i mad at you but really broke my heart)🙁🙁🙁
I would recommend thinking about grammar more. I'm not too good at grammar myself, and I understand that many of the rules can be hard to memorize. Still, it does help to write in good grammar. If you would start making an effort into using good grammar for your posts, I doubt Scrooge MacDuck will be locking your posts as much. I'm not him, so I can't say for sure. Still, I doubt he would penalize someone who is clearly trying. I'm sorry your heart was broken. Keep your chin up and maybe try to put some more time into thinking about what you post and how your grammar is. I hope you stay on this Wiki if you want, but if you plan to, Wiki rules are that you must spell properly. I know that you can use good spelling, though it will take some time to get into the habit of doing so. Just try your best to spell right and use proper grammar from here on out, and I think you'll be fine (though like I said, I can't say for sure since I am not Scrooge MacDuck).
Also, if you have important things to say to Scrooge MacDuck, you should probably go straight to his talk page.
TheMidgetMoose is quite correct (on both accounts: my talk page exists for a reason!). We're not going to punish people who try but end up making this or that typo, you understand; but if Wikia is going to thrust this rubbish ‘Discuss’ feature upon us, I think it is essential that we suppress people's urges to write it with "SMS spelling". This is not a texting service, it is a forum, and therefore, while we're hardly going to block you for the occasional "its" instead of "it's", I don't think it's too much to ask to add capital letters to the beginning of sentences and so on. I mean really now.
@Scrooge MacDuck I like proper grammar and spelling too, of course, and I definitely think that the sort of grammar and spelling used on this Discuss thing should not be allowed on the Wiki itself, but perhaps it shouldn't be enforced so harshly here. Some users simply aren't particularly good at proper spelling and grammar, and some users may not be particularly fluent in English (I note that "Whatever u want" here said in that poll which he/she created a few weeks ago that he/she is from Indonesia - if that's true, it's certainly possible that this applies to him/her). This doesn't mean that they can't make valuable contributions to forums and such.
I agree that users here should at least capitalize words which need capitalization, and follow other basic rules of writing, but perhaps incorrect spelling and the like should be penalized less often (although it's your decision, of course).
What do you think?