Another common misspelling is the word "dominant."
And again I say - if you can't spell it, you can't be it.
OH, GOD, R1/R8, "dominate" as an adjective drives me up a wall.
When you can spell it, R8, you can take the whip out of my hand.
I may be the Mary-est Mary that ever Mary'd, but if a guy's personal ad is riddled with spelling errors - or it seems like he can't write a complete sentence - I don't want to fuck him.
Smart guys are a turn on!
you aren't necessarily smart to proofread, but you are better than those who are "discrete"
I hate when they use "defiantly" in place of "definitely".
R13, I also don't like "definately" instead of "definitely".
What is the more cotrect usage when thanking a friend: thank you my friend or thank you, my friend? In that vein (not vain!), when thanking John, what is more correct: thanks John or thanks, John?
Use the comma, R15, in each case.
And do something about "cotrect."
And I won't say anything about the quotation marks you didn't use.
And it sounds better to say "Which" where you said "What." Both times. And you don't need "more." In each case, only one of the two is correct, so you don't need the comparative.
That's all I can deal with right now.
Excellent job, R16. At least he got "vein" right -- credit where due (not do!).
Grammar bitches are the useless pustules of DL who ceased being funny (or relevant) ages ago.
"Oh dear" right up your manginas, bitches
R16, if John is thanking Bob, he would also say, "Thanks, John." Does that call into question your confidence that your answer is correct or cotrect?
R15, who, like R16, ALWAYS uses the commas in the examples.
I think a well-timed 'Oh Dear' never gets old.
I might try that - Grindr, here I Come!
R19 thinks his drunken, falling down and wetting himself trick is still as cute at 33 as he thinks it was at 21.
No on both counts, Trampelina.
After a long day of internet trolling, there's nothing I like more than sitting down to a nice dinner of the contents of a nice colostomy bag. Um, um, um, good eatin'.
And I wipe side to side, bitches.
"Takes precedent" for "takes precedence" has been irritating me lately.
Well played, R27
(who actually understands what 'discrete' means, as opposed to 'discreet')
R24 doesn't wipe, since his gaping, stretched out hole lost its ability to retain its original shape years ago, sometime after the thousandth cock of a stranger penetrated what was left of his opening.
Well, OP, after all these helpful and unhelpful tips, perhaps it is time to return to your thread opener and point out that what we are talking about here is not grammar but a simple error of confusion concerning homonyms.
In other words, your own ignorance trumps that of the indiscrete (Yes, dear, I know. I'm being silly.) online connection acquaintance.
Perhaps you ought to be satisfied with the company you keep and not make waves.
My dick fell off while reading these posts.
Y'all sure are sexy talkers.
I would never fuck any of use. You can't be discreet about your perversions.
I think that my pleasure takes precedence always.
"I think I've got it."
grammar errors are sometimes a turnoff, but they are ubiquitous now, and unavoidable. and if a guy is really hot, does it matter if he's a little stupid? i'm not fucking his mind. sometimes 'fun boys' can be a blast in the sack. just don't take them anywhere.
I'm fucking the guy's mind, so are you, unless you're into date rape drugs
[quote] I would never fuck any of use
Read ALL the posts.
Read mine at r32.
Are you really so stupid and easy to trap?
Get laid please.
BACK on track, I'm glad that some of you are irked by this mistake in usage like I am
Lately, I've been seeing repeated usage of the word "isle" when the writer is referring to "aisle." Ugh.
Most of the spelling-empared are children of the 70's, schooled during the phonics purge, so they are way too old to fuck anyway.