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  gurly98  |  43

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  btnhdude  |  43

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  perdix  |  18

You really can't do worse! No matter how magnificent a woman is, when she says "Fuck you" and leaves, she's not a suitable match for you.

By  nexttonothing  |  11

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  DCarrasco526  |  11

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  DocBastard  |  11

DCarrasco - It's grammar lesson time! In American grammar, you'd be right. But in British grammar, the placement of periods and commas is logical. If the comma goes with the quotation, it goes inside. Otherwise it goes outside. Since you're new here, I'll explain something to you - not all the commenters here are American. Don't correct someone if you see "realise" or "legalise" or "spelt".

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  chupacabra141  |  11

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  DocBastard  |  11

chupacabra141 - Please allow me to bitch slap you back to grade school. "Stupider" is very much a word, as it is the comparative of "stupid". I realise that it may not sound perfect to you, but that doesn't make it any less a word. Why must we go through this every time someone uses "stupider" here? When will you people learn?

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  chupacabra141  |  11

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  chemchic  |  11

94- o o o just like how snuk is not a work it's sneaked! but most people say I "snuk" up on someone not sneaked. well in "American" English that's the correct word. :)

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stupider is not proper formal English (at least not in Canada) but FML is far from formal. Also the OED has practically every word used as well as the time period it was used and that may not mean it its used today (I haven't looked just letting you know).

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  micahsmommy  |  11

Doc - Thank you for comment 87. I now finally know why my American University professors tore my papers apart. For some reason I absorbed British Grammar rules and not American. I'm usually pretty good about knowing when to use each version but I always got in trouble for my quotes.

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  DocBastard  |  11

"Stupider" is a perfectly valid word according to the Oxford English Dictionary, the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, and everyone who knows a goddamned thing about the English language.

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  Cad6  |  11

chupacabra141 - Are you fucking kidding me? Some dumbass like you commented the exact comment when I used the word "stupider" on another FML. Now, go Google "stupider" and it'll prove to everyone why you're clearly stupider than the rest of us.

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  Ugi  |  11

160 - It is. But it's also "stupider". There are very many ways to say nearly anything and there are very many versions of English and its rules. In some contexts one is correct and another is not but on FML people use many versions of the language. No one version is any more correct here than is any other, so far as I'm aware.

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  wizardwizard  |  19

OP was on a date with a girl. the girl asked what OP did for a living to which he said he makes advertisements for a living. The girl got angry yelled fuck you and left.

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  spazz666  |  19

Calling ANYTHING stupid and misspelling the word "stupid" is extremely hypocritical... please go back to elementary school and learn some basic grammar. Thank you.

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