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By hoho5191 - / Monday 20 July 2009 16:50 / United States
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Wait, so when you say "her parents" you mean your friend's parents, and not your friend's neighbor's parents, unless... you're a lesbian?

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#62....glow stick fluid by itself isnt poisonous...look it up....what is the problem is that to get the "glow" you have to "break" the inside glass, so you wld end up cutting yourself on the glass you drink... the things you learn in school these days, huh... =)

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agreed, you totally deserved this for having no common sense...it was obviously dark out...they're called GLOW sticks for a reason, when did it occur to you that wearing them makes you inconspicuous?

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No I ment INconspicuous....I know what I said....apparently you did not read it correctly... I was asking when it occured to them that wearing glow sticks would make them "not readily noticable"...anyone wearing glow sticks or GLOW anything is a moron to not know immediately that they would be noticed, so I was asking when it occured to them that wearing glow sticks Wouldn't make them noticable.

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I'm so confused. Why does everyone think it's "conspicuous"? #12 used it perfectly fine. Inconspicuous means: –adjective not conspicuous, noticeable, or prominent. [therefore, Not Noticeable, if anyone is confused, the word "not" is applied to the words noticeable and prominent.] Synonyms: unnoticeable, unobtrusive, unostentatious. Grammar nazi should quit their jobs if they can't do it correctly.

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As you can see from the other responses, it is not I who needs a dictionary. I know what I wrote, and I ment to use the word INconspicuously for a reason....scarcasm, and tone or no tone the statement made sense. For INconspicuous means NOT NOTICABLE, and why I even have to respond to this comment is beyond me, thank you for those who understand what I was saying, and the other poster is correct... grammar nazi should go elsewhere and mis-correct other people's english. For the THIRD time, I

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1. There's an a in "meant". 2. Scarcasm? Looks like you're the one in need of a dictionary after all. Okay that really was a sad thing to point out but I can never resist correcting people who are correcting other people. Although scarcasm was probably a typo.

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I'm not a grammar Nazi (I don't have good spelling) but I think in the reply above me it's supposed to be too not to.

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It was "today" ass hole.... 2 AM this morning is still today, not yesterday, and If you read the rules of this forum, every post starts with "today" and ends with "FML" A. Apparently you dunno that 2AM on Monday is still Monday, it doesnt count as "Friday night" B. Apparently you dunno anything about the website your posting on. FYL for being an idiot, and then posting it for all to see. It would go something like this "Today, I was on a

wouldn't the glow sticks just indicate you guys were there but not show anything... i didn't think glow sticks were that bright...

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Yeah man...that is EXACTLY what would happen...How do you KNOW these things?! Sick bastard...

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