"You're" going to love this!

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_Hickboy, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. B_Hickboy

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    Oh
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    God.

    *faints*
     
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    I have that effect on women...
     
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    What a funny thing for the grammar police.
     
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    This deserved a bump as well.
     
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    These threads make me miss DMW and Jonb. SIGH.
     
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    What am I, chopped liver's? I proposed, some time ago, that "They're," "there," and "their" all be consolidated into one spelling which visually rhymes with "ware:" Just simply "thare". As in, "I told them thare to put thare grammar books over thare." Better, huh?

    I also liked the section's on appostrophie usage. My solution to that problem: replace "the letter s" with "the letter apostrophe s". That way, any time you u'se the letter 's, you don't have to think about whether or not it's going to need the apostrophe. Do you 'still mi's's DMW and Jonb, Lex? Thare contribution's, I'm 'sure, would tend more toward the pedantic than toward the helpful. You peple make two much of a fu's's over gramar; punktuation's: and speling.
     
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    Nah, babe. You're Grade A, prime Rib. Tony Roma's even. Word.
     
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    This is the second post of the day that has caused me actual physical pain.

     
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    Hick...latter u translate to me why this is interesting...i have no clue at all...of course....:wink:

    With all due respect for anyone mother tongues...i dont care, really, and i'm lazy to learn bcause is boring to go to repetitive classes. I dont know how to speak my own language right...its a mess!

    :rolleyes: Hope they create a nice looking chip to be 'plug' and wear like cute acessories (earings, rings, etc..) and we can speak fluently any language we choose too..

    bye bye Babel!
     
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