TommySkate, let me give you a little lesson on “Proper Use Of Language”:
- “must of” was never, is not and will never be correct. The same goes for “could of”, “would of” and “should of”. The “of” is to be replaced by “have”, and then suddenly those beautiful and correct phrases form:
- must have
- could have
- would have
- should have
No it’s up to you to put them in alphabetical order – just a little challenge.
oh I think I will have to get involved.
Who the hell wants to be first to post
Who the hell thinks it’s important
and finally if you think something is important (when it blatantly isnt) at least actually be first. It’s a computer system don’t get paranoid of it…..they are all time stamped and yours is patently not first….BY FIVE MINUTES!!!!
I agree with dinosgorawr… People worry way too much about others spelling and grammatical mistakes… People really arent trying to get everything correct on this stuff… Its status updates and forum responses, not a fucking resume or report for work
Its only funny if someone is trying and fails… BuT It iS ALwaYs L@mE wh3N PeoPLE tYPe LiKe thI5
Oh and the wrong there/their/they’re always makes me giggle
Hey I’m not saying I have perfect grammar and that it doesn’t bug me when people don’t have the best of grammar. But I don’t point it out. Does it really make you feel better to correct other’s mistakes?
I’m not really bothered about them placing the baby near the edge of a table. I’m more interested in knowing just exactly how they knew this was “The best christmans present ever” when it looks like they haven’t opened the other presents yet. Could very well be something better in one of those. You never know.
ZombieKid – would you be so kind as to send any extraneous turtles to snap at TommySkate’s heels until he either goes away or contributes meaningfully to the topic at hand? Thank you.
Imamofo – it’s a strange fact that most babies look like a disgruntled Winston Churchill. Unfortunately, this is rarely remedied by dropping them face-first from a table precariously stacked with gifts. Although I can’t blame the parents for trying.
Come on, you guys. How do you know the other parent (or someone else) isn’t just outside the frame waiting to catch the baby just in case? Besides, newborns don’t really move around very much. They just wanted a cute baby pic, and they got it.
New borns look like they come from middle earth. Why do parents have to inflict us with so much pain? I don’t show everyone photos of what I’ve just pushed out. I don’t care about your new pog baby- I just don’t care.