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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 24 November 2010 15:40 / United States
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By  KaySL  |  24

#1: Jesus Christ, your godawful spelling and complete misuse of capitalisation offends me. Do you even know what grammar is, because you just committed first-degree murder against it. I can only now strongly suggest you somersault into a freakish fanged mutant-vagina.

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By  MRiKiCCS  |  0

Jesus Crist, Your Discusting.

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  KaySL  |  24

#1: Jesus Christ, your godawful spelling and complete misuse of capitalisation offends me. Do you even know what grammar is, because you just committed first-degree murder against it. I can only now strongly suggest you somersault into a freakish fanged mutant-vagina.

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  KaySL  |  24

#10: Get out of the US a bit more and realise that yes indeed, your adopted language has variants, one of those being that in some non-US English-speaking countries, we tend to use an s instead of a z in a fair few words. Now you look like a god damn retard :(

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  hashmita  |  0

#10: Both are correct. There are SO many words which have two spellings. Like, realize or realise and encyclopaedia and encyclopedia. In the first case, it's just difference between American and British/Australian English.

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  Zebidee  |  8

#52/epicfails - the singular 'they' has been in use for over five hundred years. Although its use in formal writing is controversial, it's use in informal writing or conversation is perfectly acceptable. Personally I find it a lot less awkward than artificial gender-neutral constructs like he/she.

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  zinoxity  |  23

#52 You misused the word "farther". It's 'further' in that context. Everyone has grammar problems, yet people are hypocrites. I have lots of grammar issues, but I felt the need to correct a grammar Nazi.

By  gusgus36  |  5

that sucks :( did you check how long the laxative keeps taking effect? if you took it in the evening and had a morning appointment it seems like a no-brainer that it's a bad idea..

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