By sam882 - 23/02/2015 06:49 - United States - Saegertown
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I was completely shocked and at the same time embarrassed. I had to just walk away, completely speechless. It took a moment to register with me that i actually heard that. haha
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Wow someone has a stick up their ass. The only time grammar/spelling Naziism is appropriate is if the person being corrected is a douche canoe, in my opinion. Furthermore, not everyone's first language is English. I don't know if that's the case with you, 1, but it's a valid reason to not have perfect spelling. Polite, constructive criticism would be far more appropriate in this situation. Lastly, I have an iphone, albeit a 4, and I have never seen the red squiggly line for misspelled words.
English is my only language, but my brain sometimes likes to go play hide and seek, especially if my kids are off to bed! Lol, thanks everyone for sticking up for me! Someone must have been having a really bad day and felt the need to try to ruin someone else's. I found it very humorous!
Don't you ******* dare bring my kids into this! You don't know me, you know nothing about me, and now that you brought my kids into this you can **** off! Just because I happen to spell a word wrong does not mean I am bad mom! So now, go find something actually worthwhile to take your frustrations out on!
I'm sure it existed before Boo the Pomeranian, but "Hi, I'm Boo and I want to drink your dirty bath water." and "Hi, I'm Boo and I want to break all your fingers." Were both really popular online in early 2012. Creepy internet things should stay online not be said to people in the real world.
I've heard that disgusting line before from a few buddies. The worst one I've ever heard is "I would suck a fart from her ass and hold it like a bong hit."