It is not possible for you to be such a bad speller, OP.
Please, go get your money back from what ever institution that was supposed to have educated you.
Did I watch the wrong video?
Feyoncé is a pun, one hopes.
Interminable but sweet.
I knew the guy with the cap would be balding.
R1. That is what you took away from that post? I am so sorry your life has been that bad and that you have no one. This is a time, make that the time, for you to do a bit of introspection.
I thought of that, but it is so cringingly bad, I was trying to give him credit for just a misspelling.
Such a sweet thing to do, what a cute couple...I'm verklempt!
Does Feyonce also go by Pasha Fierce?
OP with "feyonce" should meet the Hollister guy with "colone" -- lots in common.
Well, OP, your bad spelling is the only thing I took from your post, too. Someone upthread tried to credit you with making a pun, but from what I've seen of DL posters, the educational level has dropped.
Sweet, good luck to them both.
I love it--"feyonce." How long before this turns up in a published piece of writing?
I didn't think the guy was GORGEOUS, but there was something kind of hot about him.
The only thing hot about him is, um, NOTHING. You all need to quit boosting fugly people in order to tear them down.
Is the nerd deaf? That would explain this much more clearly and be even more dear.
"Feyonce" is a DL in-joke, from the "cak" and "graxy" days. Someone misspelled it that way for real, and then it took off. Maybe OP is an old-timer here, or maybe he's just not too bright.
Either way, the dude who thinks this grammar/sentence structure is acceptable really needs to take his own advice:
quote]Please, go get your money back from what ever institution that was supposed to have educated you.
"Feyonce" is obviously a joke - and the rest of you bitter old queens need to chill the fuck out.
They could expand their group of friends to be more diverse, but it was cute.
That was kinda' sweet. I didn't roll my eyes once.
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