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By  Futacy  |  42

^ The subject of the second clause of his comment is "star," not "you," so "was" is the correct verb because it refers to the "real star of his life," his grammer is flawless. I just can't stand when people incorrectly correct people's grammar. Okay, you can keep scrolling now.

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By  joolee  |  17

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  JerryH  |  17

Well stars are born from novas and supernovas but not all elements are found in stars. Like the sun, there are only 60 elements in it. But yeah all elements came from the big bang.

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  crackz12  |  17

All elements found in the human body can be found in stars and its pretty widely accepted that is were they come from. And the big bang theory no longer holds much ground in modern science, an implosion theory is more accepted than the explosion theory now. Or if you believe in the trinity than that pretty much means jesus (a man) made the stars in which case the wife is right. Either way ignorance toward a subject shouldnt be confused with stupidity failure to learn doesnt imply impossibility to be taught. Ps im a college dropout dont trust me, google it. Dont trust google either though...

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  ConBroChilll  |  17

89- supernovae are the end of a stars "life". After the Red giant phase, they blow up with kilotons of pressure. Thus making the white dwarfs. And since the carbon output during the explosion was under such emmence pressure, white dwarfs are earth sized diamonds. Sorry if I got to nerdy; I had to take Astrophysicisim a few years ago:)

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  blcksocks  |  38

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  Futacy  |  38

^ The subject of the second clause of his comment is "star," not "you," so "was" is the correct verb because it refers to the "real star of his life," his grammer is flawless. I just can't stand when people incorrectly correct people's grammar. Okay, you can keep scrolling now.

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Right, because I am writing in a colloquial script which is meant to be spoken. Spoken language is not as meticulous as the written form. Take a chill pill. You might not be in an SS uniform, but you have the swastika, hackenkreuz, on your forehead.

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  blcksocks  |  38

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  blcksocks  |  38

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That's so romantic. :D this is like the first and only FML comment that would actually HELP OP. Thumbs upx100 for not being the usual "dump her" or "what an idiot" comment. But actually turning a slightly stupid question into what could be a romantic evening.

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  Smashhoof  |  38

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  tygerarmy  |  38

Very sweet. Go with what stormfront said and then explain it to her. If it wasn't a wife, just a short term GF, I'd say to tell her your relationship is a star and it's about to go Nova.

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I don't see sarcasm anywhere. You know what I think? I think you made a mistake. And like so many people, you try to cover it up by saying "It was sarcasm!". No... It wasn't, we both know it. Now accept that you failed and that's it.

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  Tezoma  |  15

The blatant sarcasm practically drips off your words. But yes, this is still the internet. And no, people can't read sarcastic tones. I'd recommend avoiding sarcasm in the future completely unless it's obvious enough for a four year old to understand.

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  copo37  |  15

100.. I think you could be a little less of a douche. It was no mistake. When some one says something ignorant or stupid people reply with the " oh your a smart one". This can be generalized to my comment when some one says your a bright one, when they said something dumb. Me calling her "bright as the stars she's looking at" is plain sarcasm as calling her a "bright one". Now, before you put an ass hole comment, re think it first.

By  Olivxr  |  30

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  cobi45  |  47

Pleonasm, I always read your comments in some kind of witty, analytical voice with a splash of british accent lol. Anyways, don't worry, we will probably see it rebuilt in the new Star Wars movies

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  Pleonasm  |  47

39 - Are you taking the mickey? (pun based on british colloquiallism) Anyway, it would be called the Wish Star not such an uncooth thing such as the Death Star!

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