Kelsey Grammer Joined Twitter to Fix The World's Grammar Problems

There are plenty of celebrity Twitter accounts we're all completely obsessed with (Anna Kendrick, Josh Groban, Connie Britton, etc) and even more we wish never exitsted (Why Bieber why!?). It's come to our attention via Jezebel that the latest celeb to join the Twitosphere is none other than the former Frasier Crane himself, Kelsey Grammer. Unfortunately he didn't join Twitter to dole out intellectual advice on everyone's life issues. He did however join Twitter to help fix the world's grammer. That's right #KelseyGrammerGrammar is a thing and we love it as much as we kind of hate it...but we actually really love it.

Grammer's bio reads, "Actor, comedian, director and more. Solving Twitter's grammar problem, one “helpful” tweet at a time." In less than 140 characters, Grammer oozes with that smug sarcasm he's so famous for having, and does it all with a little wink. In his first tweet Grammer wrote, "It has come to my attention that the fine people of @Twitter have an egregious grammar problem. I’m here to help. #KelseyGrammerGrammar." Soon after, thousands of tweeters Googled the word "egregious" and hoped no one was looking.

Sure, Grammer's Twitter account seems a little pretentious, but it's all in good humor and with the best of intentions. He's already helped three Twitter users improve their grammar and he's just a few hours in. Now, please, Mr. Grammer, help Justin Bieber, won't you?

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