Myself, I am on team Oxford Comma. An Oxford Comma is the optional (but not really optional) comma one uses in a list. Here’s an example: Let me introduce you to my wife, my best friend, (Oxford comma) and my sister. Sounds reasonable enough, doesn’t it? If you don’t use the Oxford comma, instead you get: Let me introduce you to my wife, my best friend and my sister. So yeah. Good luck with that, you Targaryen freak.
Yuri, teaching the Literature Club about grammar