@ugh I knew a bloke named phil who purposely spelled his facebook name Fill. I think he thought it added to his sex appeal but fuck it pissed me off! Unrelated but it feels good to get it off my chest.
‘To’ is a preposition: Sally went TO the store. ‘Too’ is an adverb: I like that TOO. Sorry about that, but the use of the preposition as an adverb was really irritating me…and I thought I’d help some folks out with that confusion.
After that note, I thought the Hulk thing was actually pretty funny, sure the fact that she pondered that is strange, but it was pretty funny all the same.
I just can not even tell you how lame the comments on this site are getting. Can we stop with the “grammar police” seriously are you all elementary school teachers or what. Wait, never mind you are all perfect? Sorry, that is why you insist on ruining things for everyone else. Geeze what was I thinking?
On a side note the Hulk comment gave me something else to ponder while laying in bed thinking about what it would be like to do superman as he flies around the world to turn back time =)
I’m an English major and a straight-A student, and I agree with #36. You all are using grammar and spelling superiority to make yourselves seem smarter so you can “win” some stupid internet argument. Grammar and spelling are important to me, and they should be important to everyone, but using them as the official gage of intelligence is just lame.
I agree with numbers 36 and 37 to a point. Jumping down someone’s throat due to a simple spelling error or a misplaced comma is asinine. However, when people type sentences on the internet where every other word is some web speak and the remaining half are misspelled without any consideration given to grammar or punctuation, why shouldn’t I consider that person an idiot? I should and I do; if someone handed me a letter or memo at my office that looked like some post on the web, I’d laugh them out of the building. Furthermore, I would fail to take them or anything they had to say seriously. On the internet, it’s even more crucial. The first impression someone has of your idea rests in how it’s typed.
Another meaning for ‘Throw some D’s on that bitch’ throw money at it to make it better…. i.e tip the waiter for better service, spend money to make something better, PAY HIT TUTORS TO GIVE HIM BETTER GRADES!