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By Anonymous - / Saturday 5 May 2012 21:16 / New Zealand
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I agree, not to mention the fact that this FML could've ended in a much more entertaining fashion. Couldn't you have added something about wild animals, angry hobos, or nude men with spears getting tazed in the park?

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If there's a place you got to go I'm the one you need to know I'm the Map I'm the Map I'm the Map If there's a place you got to get I can get you there I bet I'm the Map!

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After all the corrections made on this site, after all of the Grammar Nazi members to proclaim their beliefs... One always finds someone who insists on not learning the differences between your and you're.

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They like to bitch about the grammar Gestapo, but don't bother to see what they are bitching about. A bit like yelling at a wall for being in your way while continuing to run into it repeatedly, over and over.

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Also, if you had written "youre" instead of "your," we could have POSSIBLY forgiven YOUR perceived ignorance. Sounds like YOU'RE just making lame excuses.

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Since we are all ganging up on this person... 3- You put, "that's what really matter." When it should be, "that's what really matters."

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132- I think someones going a little word-happy because it seems like you don't know the meaning of the word hypocrisy to be using it like that.

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102 - thank you, that was actually bugging more than the "your" I mean, if you mix up "your" and "you're" you're stupid, okay, that's not always your fault - however that doesn't mean we'll go any easier on you nor will the argument to fix you lose any fuel, but still Not putting in an "s" is just lazy and worthy of a slow death in a small cage hanging over the side of a cliff above aligators while small children pummel you with stones

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It is called vacation.. U should have just enjoyed the scenery instead of bitching about bein lost.. Look at the glass half full:)

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I always learn to say a few basic phrases on the language of the place I'm going to avoid situations such as these...maybe you all should try that.

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Not necessarily. The people may have been using broken English with a thick accent and that's why they couldn't understand. Like when I can't understand people from NYC. They're speaking my language but I have nooooo idea what they're saying...

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8 said in the language of the place. Which, in the case of NYC is still English. So which other language would you want to learn a few phrases in before going to NYC?

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You missed the point. I wasn't saying you should learn another language to go to NYC. I was saying you can be speaking the same language and not understand because of accents (the native people may have been speaking English to them and they didn't understand anyway).

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Exactly, some of the best times I have had whilst travelling is when I just got lost for a little bit... I mean mind you everything in moderation but still. The real culture is hardly ever in the guide book

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