Among the grammatically minded, you’ll occasionally find heated debates on the Oxford comma. If you are unclear about what the Oxford comma, Dictionary.com describes it as “a comma between the final items in a list, often preceding the word `and’ or `or’, such as the final comma in the list newspapers, magazines, and books.”
I fall squarely on the side that touts the awesomeness of the Oxford comma. Why is the Oxford comma so amazing? It keeps things clean and clear. Check out the gorgeous infographic below for further discussion.
What do you think of the Oxford comma? A fabulous clarifying item or just a waste of precious space?
P.S. Check out a slightly NSFW graphic about this here.