Why does this piss me off so much? GET IT RIGHT...  

sfvcpl818 52M/52F
417 posts
4/4/2006 3:01 pm

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4/5/2006 4:34 pm

Why does this piss me off so much? GET IT RIGHT...

because it's fucking pathetic!!

lose - the opposite of win, to misplace something, ONE FUCKING O
loose - the opposite of tight, your mother/wife/sister, TWO FUCKING O's
how can so many people get these two confused? IDIOTS

your - a possessive, similar to mine, his, her as in "your loose slut of a sister loses her mind every time she gets railroaded by your whole inbred, shitbag excuse of a family", NO FUCKING APOSTROPHE
you're - a contraction of "you are", as in "you're a dipshit", A FUCKING APOSTROPHE

its - another possessive, similar to your, NO FUCKING APOSTROPHE
it's - a contraction of "it is", as in 'it's fucking simple', A FUCKING APOSTROPHE

Need a trick? Fine - when using it's or you're, expand the contraction. If "you're head is full of shit" becomes "you are head is full of shit" and doesn't make any sense (maybe it will to you because you're a fucking idiot), then you are using the wrong word. Queef.

to - a preposition, as in "turn to the right" or "it's time to go back to school", ONE FUCKING O
too - an adverb (know what that is?), synonymous with "also", "as well" as in "Really? I went to college too. I actually read a FUCKING BOOK." It can also be used to mean "to a regrettable degree" as in "It's too late for you, moron", TWO FUCKING O's
two - a number, it comes after one

there - an adverb, similar to here as in "your tiny bus is over there"
their - yet another possessive, similar to your as in "it's not their fault that you're a fucking retard. It's YOUR fault."
they're - a contraction of "they are" as in "they're not responsible for your complete ignorance of YOUR OWN FUCKING LANGUAGE. READ A BOOK!!"


By the way, grammar is spelled with TWO FUCKING A's. So next time you want to flame someone for bad "grammer", at least spell it right.


rm_mmmgoodnova 107M/107F
1259 posts
4/4/2006 3:59 pm

ROFL...loved this post. Repeat after me, all you married men e-mailing me: while it's true you might want a discrete relationship, i.e.,. separate and distinct from others, (well, except my husband, that is--we play together only) I think you really meant to say discreet, i.e., "marked by prudence and modesty and wise self-restraint,"...oooh, er, did I say marked by restraints? o-o Matter of fact, let's just add the caveat "in public."

But I digress. Discreet, discreet, discreet, discreet, discreet. It's even on the AdultFriendFinder list of qualities you'd like to find. DISCREET. Got it?

So, yes, I'm a bit of a grammar/spelling snob myself, although I'm trying to sublimate it, because it's probably an unattractive quality. So is bad spelling, though...

rm_littlejake18 47M/49F
35 posts
4/4/2006 5:36 pm

God I love your expletives.

walkinatmidnight 57M

4/5/2006 4:31 pm

This is a hoot! I'm another spelling/grammar snob and I love to drop F-bombs too. Get these dumb fucks in line.

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