By NO NO NO - / Monday 5 August 2013 21:42 / Netherlands - Den Haag
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By  omgcyndaquil  |  23

Didn't you offer to help?!

  Welshite  |  39

#42: That post had absolutely no trace of sarcasm in it. Sarcasm is not an umbrella term nor is it an excuse for a terrible comment.


Now now, Welshite. It was obviously their sister that wrote the comment, and then autocorrect fucked it up, and irony, and a bunch of other bullshit. There's no way #1 just made a bad comment. That's impossible.

  fancyturdhat  |  11

If you cant see the sarcasm there... hell, I dont know... You have struck me insultless with your stupidity.

  rammy125  |  4

Couldn't have said it better myself.. Pearents get old, they need all the help they can get especially when it's physical activity. If nothing else maybe record it so they can watched it later

By  ThedaRose  |  15

Oh no! Guess that'll learn ya. You won't be early. anymore!!

  Booda_Shun  |  28

In the South I've especially noticed people say "learn" in place of "teach"


I'm from Texas as well... I do not use learn in place of teach but my Grammy does often. It is more southern slang in the U.S. but like everything else it depends on personal preferences.

  TheDrifter  |  23

It's more old than southern. Folks with college degrees used to be called learned, now it's educated. The word teach was generally used for formal lessons, learn for informal and life experience.

  webbface  |  25

(**We don't *speak like that.) I've lived in the south for a while and the majority of southerns do speak with an uneducated slang. I never truly believed it until I moved there from the west side of the US.

  30361  |  10

It's probably worse #9 It means they were not just having sex, but bondage sex, and I don't know about you, but I would find that way more disturbing than walking in on my parents having normal sex...

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