Whom vs. Whomst

It is not common to see 'whomst' and even 'whom' in daily English. Since you have faced with them let us start learning about them in this article.

What Are Their Main Differences?

'Whomst' is a slang made by internet users in 2016. It is not even a word with a meaning. Actually, Social media users just use this word as a weapon of humiliating those who are careful with the traditional grammar of English.

'Whomst' Root and Background

For the first time in 2016, an internet user used this word instead of whom to tease the people who use whom instead of who. They believed if using 'whom' instead of who was smarter so using 'whomst' was, even more, smarter because it is a longer word. In fact, they themselves know that it is not an actual word.

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