Do you have a friend that always says “do it for me?” It might be time to stop saying this. In the meme, there is a woman who is pointing at her chest and telling the man behind her, “Do it for him.” This mistake may go unnoticed by many people, but there are actually two reasons why you should never say do it for me! Do it for him meme, First of all, in English we use pronouns like he or she rather than words like him or hers. So the correct sentence would be do it for him because pronoun usage implies a subject and object relationship whereas using words like his doesn’t necessarily suggest an action with two people involved. If someone were to ask what I did over my weekend on Monday morning and I said I did it for him, the person may think that I only did something with one other individual when in reality there were multiple people involved. Secondly, if we are going to be grammatically correct then you would want to use a plural pronoun like they or them rather than using he or she singularly because this is not just an action between two people; we should always include others who might have been affected by your actions as well! For example: “They asked me why my hair was red.” In this sentence the word they implies at least two individuals where as if you used he or she it could refer to a single person. So do you see how awkward it sounds? If so, go ahead and keep saying those three words as you normally would and everyone will be none the wiser! Do it for him, First of all, in English we use pronouns like he or she rather than words like him or hers. So the correct sentence would be do it for him because pronoun usage implies a subject and object relationship whereas using words like his doesn’t necessarily suggest an action with two people involved. If someone were to ask what I did over my weekend on Monday morning and I said I did it for him, the person may think that I only did something with one other individual when in reality there were multiple people involved. Second is if we are going to be grammatically correct then you would want to use a plural pronoun like they or them rather than using he or she singularly because this is not just an action between

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