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By AshamedDaughter / Wednesday 17 August 2011 07:14 / Canada
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  Yodaevil  |  4

If you are using "crush" to describe a person you like or maybe interested in, nothing to worry about! All you would do is hold hands and giggle.

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  sas0820  |  27

1. She never said that he worked at McDonalds. - 2. If he does work there then it could be that he is just there to get some money and not actually for a job. Don't jump to assumptions.

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  SherryA  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  SherryA  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  SherryA  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  SherryA  |  15

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  SherryA  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  oarisimo  |  4

48, if you don't care what anyone thinks then you can shut the hell up now. :) you're a dense moron for not seeing the sarcasm in that comment. you're welcome :)

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  SherryA  |  15

Also, I don't correct everyone I run into. As I said before, I didn't see the joke.. So I simply corrected what I did see. Simple mistake. I see it all the time on here. It's not my fault you people overreact over something "starwind" already corrected me on.

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  SherryA  |  15

OR you can. And no, I didn't see the 'joke' in the comment. Are you going to repeat what others already said to me? If so, I will say the same thing I just said. I did not see the joke, corrected it, made a mistake, got corrected, stated my mistake, got corrected again.. now get over it.

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  Awsumuzzie  |  12

Hey, sherry a, you have got many words spelled wrong , and even many more incomplete sentences... I can't seem to understand a comment you have posted, please try again.

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  gmc_blossom  |  21

26- You're trying to have decent spelling and grammar skills? Or, should I say, English and grammar? They are two different things now, eh? Also, I do believe you meant to say that you corrected "whomever" it was. See, you corrected "him" or "her" not "she" or "he". Whenever you are confused, think of if it's "he" or "she". In that case, you use "whoever". But, if it can be replaced with "him" or "her", then that's the time to say "whomever". :)

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