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By seriously - / Saturday 2 October 2010 20:31 / United States
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Op I'm sure he was just kidding around. No need to get so hoarse, you'll make him feel sheepish. Sure, it was a baaad move on his part, but I'm gonna go out on a lamb and say you should forgive him. Don't be a chicken though, you need to stand up to his bull!

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Aww, I'm sorry OP. It's fun every once and a while to be silly during sex, but not when you've not seen each other in so long. You'll just have to make up for it later ;)

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#99 uhmmm no. #16 was right. the period should be outside it should only be on the inside if it was #7's last word which isn't . haha just saying! lol we're such grammar nazis it's just a website people :)

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I'm an English major and if it's not a quote to the end of the sentence the period goes after the parenthesis. In fact according to MLA format, the correct way to document a correction if you are quoting it is to use brackets. In any case they were not quoting them but fixing it but it still would not have a period in the correction because that would mean the correction included the period. :)

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The punctuation in or out of quotation marks issue varies by region. The British English rules are different than the American English rules. pendatik's usage was correct, since he's English.

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110 - you fail as an English major then.... these " " are quotation marks, not parenthesis, those look like this ( ). also, I'm aware my grammar in this comment was far from perfect, I'm on my itouch and it's nearly 6am.

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