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By sexyredhead - / Tuesday 14 February 2012 18:14 / United States
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  denbeste  |  3

Redheads do NOT have a soul, no wonder she had to read it out loud. Lol. :)

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  bariforlife  |  0

well she didnt have to readit out loud she could have said no and for tht i say YDI but FYL because you got dumped on Valentines and all your classmates found out

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  I_R_Genius  |  3

I am going to let this one go by me, even though I am a grammar Nazi. I am not going to correct you because I can actually read your comment perfectly. Accept for a few spelling mistakes, missed commas and periods.

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  pimpedout900  |  0

#63 if you really are a grammar Nazi you're the worst one ever you had 2 sentences stop trying to seem smarter than you are it's pointless and stupid and I know this isn't a full sentence but I'm not a grammar Nazi just people who say they are and judge people for not having good spelling and punctation and then make several errors drive me insane

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

#63,* if you really are a Grammar* Nazi you're the worst one I've* ever seen*. You* had 2 sentences. Stop* trying to seem smarter than you are.* It's* pointless and stupid;* I know this isn't a full sentence but I'm not a Grammar* Nazi.* It's just that*** people who say they are and judge people for not having good spelling and punctuation*, and then make several errors themselves,* drive me insane.* Yes, they're called hypocrites and they drive everyone else insane too. There's your comment, all corrected for you. FYI, the dude you're bitching at is not a real Grammar Nazi.

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  43bubba34  |  25

68 you fucked up trying to be grammar Nazi, and trying correcting someones comment. Any number ten and under should be spelled out. So it's Two* sentences. I just fucking hate grammar Nazis.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

You're trying to correct me yet your sentences aren't perfect either, you know. I have always been taught/told that it is appropriate to do so, and in writing papers and such I have never been penalized for such a thing. If it was truly an inappropriate thing to do in the world of grammar, I would have been penalized for it and/or told that it was wrong. The only thing regarding that which applies to this is the fact that you need to remain consistent; if you start writing the word for the number out, you need to continue that, and vice versa.

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  tooFLY  |  0

81--I don't know that people really care enough to mark off for it. Growing up, I was always taught that any number less than 10 should be spelled out and if it was greater than 10, then the number should be used instead.

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  Michael_92  |  19

I signed in to comment on this. I for one don't care to much about grammar. I did learn and was taught by several teachers to always spell out anything ten and under. I was penalized for using numbers. Just saying.

By  PhillyFox  |  0

There is a silver lining here. If he was a big enough dick to send you a rose to break up with you on Valentine's Day in the middle of school, would you want to spend another second with that kind of person?

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