By LindsayK - 09/04/2009 06:18 - United States
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I really don't consider this a FML. Even though it's slightly embarrassing, that you're not going to an ivy league school when everyone thinks you are, it's just a simple mistake someone made. Like #2 said, it is a good college. Just be happy you got into college
"hey fagget! i went to penn state and im now a sucsessful laywer so STFU your probably jelous because go to college because not enough people picked you up." Okay, sweetie, if you actually did indeed go to Penn State and become a "successful" lawyer, you would know how to construct a proper sentence. Let me show you how your sentence is suppose to be wrote. 1. "hey" should be capitalized. 2. "fagget" is spelled "fagot". 3. "i" is supposed to be capitalized. 4. "im" is spelled "I'm". 5. "your" in the context that you are using is spelled "you're" ("you are"). 6. "jelous" is spelled "jealous". 7. From the word "because" and on, your sentence fails to make any sense. Therefore, you are a failure to lawyers and Penn State. Learn proper sentence structure and grammar before you spout off about how much of a success you are, then maybe you will actually look more like an educated "lawyer", instead of an uneducated idiot.
1. Capitalize "hey". 2. It's "faggot", not "fagget" (or fagot, for that matter) 3. Capitalize "i". 4. Capitalize "penn state". Both words. 5. Capitalize "im" and add an apostrophe in between the now capitalized I and m. (I'm not sure, but you should probably switch "now" and "im".) 6. It's "successful", not "sucsessful". 7. "lawyer", not "laywer". 8. Probably being a bit nit-picky here (as if I haven't already been this entire time), but I don't think you should use abbreviations. Oh, look, it's in the commenting policy. 9. Run-on sentence. Put a period between "STFU" and "your". 10. (First, you'd capitalize "your" with the period, [but you probably wouldn't, being the uneducated imbecile you've shown yourself to be]) It's "You're", not "Your". It really pisses me off to see so many people mistake them. 11. (Maybe insert "just" in between "jelous" and "probably") "jealous", not "jelous". 12. "because go to college"? You mean "because you couldn't go to college"? And, ending on lucky number 13. "because not enough people picked you up"? What the hell am I supposed to understand in that phrase? Well, forgive my Grammar Nazi-rant, but I felt as though this abomination of a comment (and a person) had to be corrected (even though it already was). Bye, now.
I see how people could make that mistake. I certainly have before, hehe. Don't sweat it; penn state is still a good school!
#273, what #268 is probably referring to is the head coach Jerry Sandusky scandal. Where he sexually abused kids and used his position to get access to children. Many top officials were somewhat aware of it, but made no effort to address the situation or report him.