By yearbook369 - 25/06/2011 04:31 - United States
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I don't really think they actually award those things, it's more of a random popularity thing. Atleast in my yearbook it was like most likely to be a Rocket Scientist was awarded to some basketball player, and it was like 3 pages of random stuff like that and they were all the same people.
Become crazed with obsession, copy and plaster the photo all over his car. Follow him around all day, every day. He's sure to want you back.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but it DOES matter. It isn't about whether or not you understand something. If I wrtie teh sennetce lkie tihs, yuo cna stlil undersntad it. But it doesn't make it right. In this case, it should be "my boyfriend and me." If you don't want to get corrected by a Grammar Nazi, then don't make a grammar mistake.
Well, it is annoying when people don't know these things. It is "my boyfriend and me." There's already a subject in that sentence, so the "I" should be "me." Yes, it does matter. I see this mistake time and time again, whether it's being said or being written, and no one ever seems to know that it is wrong (except for the three people up above me).
I just thought I would share with you all how good of a steak I just had. I marinated it all night and cooked it on the barbecue. I didn't even have to use a knife but I did anyway because I have a dishwasher and dont care about having to do dishes. Isn't it funny how people write and reply such dumb ass posts as if someone gives a flying fack!
well did you expect to stay together forever? it happens you might take your bf to prom but its possible you will break up just like this situation.
Fact: Teen romances don't last forever. Duh. Statistically speaking: the AVERAGE teen romance lasts less than 3 weeks. (For every one teen couple that sticks together for a year, there are 12 other couples that have a 1-week romantic fling.) Congrats on that "cute couple" award, anyway!!