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By lynn777 / Monday 4 April 2011 20:42 / Canada
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By  Juliaa15  |  6

Naomi, since when do you dictate how people say it? To flick someone off means the same thing. Even if it didn't, you did not need to correct it. You understood what they meant obviously. Way to be a bitch about it. Well, nice try at the least.

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  Juliaa15  |  6

Naomi, since when do you dictate how people say it? To flick someone off means the same thing. Even if it didn't, you did not need to correct it. You understood what they meant obviously. Way to be a bitch about it. Well, nice try at the least.

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  Naomiiiii  |  0

Well Julia, my comment started out as a joke, good to know you have a sense of humor. All I did was point out a phrase mistake like someone saying "a whole nother" or "all of the sudden." But seeing as I began my comment with "I think," I wouldn't really dictating anyone even if I wasn't joking, I would be voicing my opinion which is what the comment section is for just like you have every right to think Im a bitch for saying that. Kinda hypocritical though after you just did the same thing to me though, huh?

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  heathersmorin  |  0

But then you add "nice try." That right there = BITCH!!! Ive heard it called flicked him off, flipping the bird, flip him off, giving the middle finger, fluck for all I care etc. That was a bitch move.

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  dre_bro11  |  12

I liked it better last year when there were no grammar Nazis, or bitch fights or anything shitty in the comments section, but then again, it adds some more fun to FML I guess.

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  heathersmorin  |  0

190- Whats wrong with saying "all of the sudden?" I know most of the time it's "all of a sudden," but I have had heard it the other way. I guess it all depends where your from and/or how you were raised. But here you go again....

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  nerdchic  |  5

um it is his/her fault bc the driver could have slowed down to not cause a splash... the driver was rude.. I would have done the same thing except not stand in the same place to get splashed again

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  jess6blondie9  |  2

Maybe there was slush all around and no matter what speed you went, you would get splashed? It's not their fault. It was rude for them to flip the car driver off. They deserved it the second time.

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  jess6blondie9  |  2

No, if someone splashed me with their car, I wouldn't flip them off. That's not classy. I'd be mad, but there's no need for it. That's not doing anything besides making you look like an ass, and pissing people off.

By  lmaoatall  |  6

you deserve it, well, maybe not the first splash by, but definantley the second. what the hell were you thinking provokeing a person with the power at his finger tips, and capable of doing it again. I would have rooster tailed your ass

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