AND ANOTHER THING!!

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    Jan 20, 2012 3:32 AM GMT

    There's = There is = Singular
    There are = Plural

    "There's no hot dogs left!" = WRONG
    "There is no hot dogs left!" = WRONG

    "There are no hot dogs left!" = CORRECT (but sad)







    P.S. This was not inspired by anyone here, nothing personal.
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    Jan 20, 2012 3:34 AM GMT
    my personal favorite is..' I seen him downtown'.... AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH
    you did'nt 'seen' anyone!
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    Jan 20, 2012 3:37 AM GMT
    ...how about, " I got none."

    O.o

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    Jan 20, 2012 3:38 AM GMT
    SkinnyBitch said
    There's = There is = Singular
    There are = Plural

    "There's no hot dogs left!" = WRONG
    "There is no hot dogs left!" = WRONG

    "There are no hot dogs left!" = CORRECT (but sad)







    P.S. This was not inspired by anyone here, nothing personal.



    You's crazy!
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    Jan 20, 2012 3:48 AM GMT
    Just be very careful and aware when you axe someone.
  • tazzari

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    Jan 20, 2012 3:52 AM GMT
    Just between you and I, he did really good on they're grammar test to!

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    Jan 20, 2012 4:07 AM GMT
    Yer on a tear t'nite, eye thank use so much fer settin theese ding dang hillbillies streight
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    Jan 20, 2012 4:22 AM GMT
    Ah speaking casually is fine. Speaking in perfect and complete sentences is annoying sometimes. But as long as you know how to put a sentence together when you want to, who cares?

    It pisses me off when I see businesses screwing up this stuff. I remember when Blockbuster made their revolution, they wrote in huge letters across the screen, "THERE'S NO LATE FEES!"

    Seriously! How can no one in the marketing department not know it's incorrect. I mean there will be some people who haven't stopped to think about it and use it because they hear it all the time, but why didn't anyone there put up their grammar nazi hand and assert that it's incorrect?

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    Jan 20, 2012 4:23 AM GMT
    Claystation saidYer on a tear t'nite, eye thank use so much fer settin theese ding dang hillbillies streight


    OMG this is like Mad Gab.

    Whale you mare ream he?
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    Jan 20, 2012 4:25 AM GMT
    SkinnyBitch said
    OMG this is like Mad Gab.

    Whale you mare ream he?


    Shoot U no eye wood
  • rioriz

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    Jan 20, 2012 4:27 AM GMT
    Bad Grammar is one of the worst epidemics taking over the American Culture these days...
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    Jan 20, 2012 4:42 AM GMT
    What in the high heaven is going on over here....

    I feel like I'm in four grade again..
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    Jan 20, 2012 4:44 AM GMT
    Fivealive saidWhat in the high heaven is going on over here....

    I feel like I'm in four grade again..


    Mr. alive, take your seat this instant!
  • calibro

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    Jan 20, 2012 7:42 AM GMT
    i hate it when people use misplaced modifiers not knowing where to put them
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    Jan 20, 2012 7:44 AM GMT
    You people have issues..

    Languages change

    Nothing is permanent

    Be like the river, young padawans, going with the change, yet constant

    No seriously, deal with it

    Cuz I aint changin the way I writes for no body no way no how

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    Jan 20, 2012 7:48 AM GMT
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    Jan 20, 2012 7:51 AM GMT
    Fivealive saidWhat in the high heaven is going on over here....

    I feel like I'm in fourth grade again..


    OO YEAAAAH! I WENT THEREEEEE!!!

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  • commoncoll

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    Jan 20, 2012 7:55 AM GMT
    Please consider adding the difference between "nauseous" and "nauseated", as in: "someone makes me nauseated, therefore, he is nauseous to me."

    Misuse of these two words always sets my teeth on edge.
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:00 AM GMT
    hairyandym saidmy personal favorite is..' I seen him downtown'.... AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH
    you did'nt 'seen' anyone!


    My bestfriend does that all the time! It always makes me cringe.
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:06 AM GMT
    Aint no more weenies, gimme one of dem burgers ya grammer lovin cocksucker.....and put some a dat spaghetti wit it

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    Jan 20, 2012 8:06 AM GMT
    Have you covered, "I ain't got no (insert noun)?"

    Double negative?

    I always find that perplexing.
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:14 AM GMT
    edmirer saidHave you covered, "I ain't got no (insert noun)?"

    Double negative?

    I always find that perplexing.


    Double negatives are an interesting matter in English because most other Indo-European languages have double negatives as the norm.
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:19 AM GMT
    Hey their, I like you're post. Its grate.
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:23 AM GMT
    pocketnico said
    edmirer saidHave you covered, "I ain't got no (insert noun)?"

    Double negative?

    I always find that perplexing.


    Double negatives are an interesting matter in English because most other Indo-European languages have double negatives as the norm.


    I use em all the time in English.. its only when I speak to a northerner (British or American) that they point it out in my speech that I become aware of it
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:26 AM GMT
    I'm bemused by all of the marketers who describe their product as "incredible." I tend to believe them.