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— 04 March
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— 05 December
“Y’all” is a perfectly fine plural and a part of my everyday vocabulary. You might get looked at funny if you say it outside of the South, but it’s fine; it’s still a legitimate word. ”Y’alls” would logically be the possessive form (though my spell check is telling me otherwise) but I don’t really hear it that often, personally, only rarely when someone’s saying something like “We’re going over to y’alls [meaning “your family’s”] house tonight.” My friends and I usually say “your,” but whatever.
Either way, this is still wrong. It should be “jobs,” not “job,” because you’re talking about multiple referees being fired.
And please stop spelling “the” as “tha.” It doesn’t make you look any cooler.
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— 19 November
And this is why you’re still registering with the freshmen instead of sophomores as you logically should be.
Someone please give me a good theme…none of the ones Tumblr’s suggesting are workin’ for me.
Friendly reminder that if you submit something grammar-related, I’ll love you forever.
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— 28 September
You should probably say “this movie showed me how to speak to my kids” or something similar, which sounds a lot better. The way it is now is incredibly awkward, not to mention flat-out wrong. Usually when saying something “inspired” you, it motivates you to do something or gives you a positive feeling; it doesn’t provide examples for action.
Also, I haven’t seen this movie yet (it’s on my list,) but I do know it’s directed by Quentin Tarantino, so I’m a little concerned about how it inspired you to speak to your future children.
One last thing: it’s Inglorious Basterds, not Bastards. Why Tarantino decided to misspell his movie’s title, I don’t really know, but he’s Quentin Tarantino so I guess they let him do whatever he wants.
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— 12 September
Aside from the run-on sentence and the misspelling of “angels” and “rambling,” there’s nothing particularly atrocious here, I suppose. I just want someone to make me a picture for “City of Angles.”
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— 09 September
One of my pet peeves is people using qs instead of gs. Seriously, why would you do that? It’s not cute, it’s not funny, and it’s a pain to read.
Also, I don’t think this person meant “hot as hotwinqs.” [sic]