So one of my best pals just posted this on my Facebook wall:
"WTF IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TO AND TOO. I WANT TO LEARN DAMN IT"
I decided to share my response with the rest of the lovely interwebs.
“Dear *insert friends name here*,
This is awesome. I’m glad you are asking. Because they both mean VERY different things. We will start with ‘to’.
'To' has two uses, or “forms”. It can be used with verbs in their infinitive forms. For example:
"I want to jump rope with your internal organs” or “Did she tell you to say that my farts smell?”
It can also be used as a preposition. Examples:
"I am going to the party tonight to get drunk and look sexy" or "He gave the snack to the child"
Now on to ‘too’. (See that there? Yep. To too.) It has two forms as well. Two to too, jesus.
Too can mean as well, or also. Examples:
"I want to eat all of the bacon, too" or "Did she give you a blow job, too?"
It can also mean a large amount of a thing, generally more than there should be. Example:
”Anna said Aryins dick was too big” or “There are too many nasty bitches in this club”.
I hope this clears some things up for you. If you need any clarification, or would like to learn more grammar things, YOU JUST LET ME KNOW, GURLFRIEND.”