By fightingkittens - 19/11/2010 06:07 - United States
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FML commenters are usually so stupid that their understanding of the differences between they're, their, and there is nonexistent.
78-Dancers face enough discrimination as it is. I can't tell you how many people think I'm anorexic, for one thing. My DOCTOR thinks I'm anorexic, and my parents believe her. Aside from that, people think dancers (ballet or whatever) are sluts. They do. It's not a glorified profession, and requires HOURS of insane work. I'm 13 and doing 9.5 hours a week, more if we have emergency rehearsals. Are you saying you agree with #1? What if I had left out the word "ballet?" Would it then be "YDI for being smart and not skipping school?" Thanks for going through and marking all my posts down, you've just proven your worth.
I am with spoilt, I hate grammar Nazis. Why do y'all care so much about the way someone else writes? Does it hurt your eyes? Does it decrease your mental capacity in some way? I feel like y'all would bitch if someone said "car-a-mel" instead of "car-mel." Maybe it is one of your pet peeves, but that makes you the douche bag who points out everyones mistakes and they usually don't have many friends...:/
Mustang, whether you choose to believe it or not, there have been a few people here who have LEARNED something here. I don't get offended at being corrected because it's an opportunity to improve. I wasn't born knowing all this stuff, but I took constructive criticism for what it was - constructive. Words like "caramel" can be pronounced differently; that's an entirely different entity than not knowing (or understanding) the difference between "then" and "than." And while I cannot vouch for the other Grammar Nazis, I have lots of friends, both here and in real life. Too long; didn't write.
no worries :) it sounds weird but, well its not the location that makes it hard.. I dunno sometimes when you scratch it you can't properly cause it like, moves.. then if you scratch harder it hurts and sometimes it's heaps hard to get the itch to go away. not to mention the fact that it's hard to scratch subtly in public, :)
Feeling better? It's one thing to talk about the drama in one's personal life, as long as the details aren't too.......well, you get it. It's another thing to talk about a staph infection. I've done research in this field, I know how bad it is. There is no way I could have escaped hearing it unless I had left the classroom; she was out of line here.