A question on grammar that I have been considering and am now asking for opinions? Of course, by asking for this I am well aware that this post will contain at least one, if not more, grammatical errors merely for commenting on the subject at hand. I know there are several style guides out there that don't require it and I consider this a small folly. For example: I like my two dogs, Churchill, and Thatcher Or without the comma: I like my two dogs, Churchill and Thatcher. In the former sentence it's referring to two dogs and two people. In the latter it's two dogs named Churchill and Thatcher. Some people would say that it should be written as: I like Churchill, Thatcher and my two dogs. But to me this changes the order of my preference as it would imply I prefer the two PMs over the two dogs when that simply isn't the case. I suppose I could add an adverb to highlight the fact, but that's another construct frowned upon and a topic for another day. So what say you? Yay, or nay, to the Oxford Comma?