xford comma: "The 'Oxford comma' is an optional comma before the word 'and' at the end of a list:
We sell books, videos, and magazines.It's known as the Oxford comma because it was traditionally used by printers, readers, and editors at Oxford University Press. Not all writers and publishers use it, but it can clarify the meaning of a sentence when the items in a list are not single words:
These items are available in black and white, red and yellow, and blue and green."definition via here
So, it's not so much a word, but an actual thing...something I personally believe in and use implicitly.
|their eponymous first album, image via here|
Oxford Comma is also the name of a song by Vampire Weekend, a band that has been around for a hot minute, but to whom I just started listening. I am really loving their sound, especially the song Horchata, from their new album, Contra--it has been stuck in my head for days.
So, do you use the Oxford comma? Do you like Vampire Weekend?
XO, Happy Wednesday!
Daily Drop Cap by Darren Booth, for Jessica Hische