I’m sure Chipotle is gonna love seen employees like @dubstephh__ calling their customers fatasses.
Nice Ryobi advert. Boo!
Just go ahead and call it a “shreds,” FFS. Don’t try and lay claim to the well-worn territory.
Hey, Flaherty/Zarrell: What’s with this “[sic]” business from a quote from the UK? These are standard spellings throughout the Commonwealth. Maybe, if you’re getting paid to write in English, you should learn something about it first? Think about it. God forbid you should run across an entire word you don’t recognize.
*Pinches brow* Both “effect” and “affect” can be verbs as well as nouns, hence the confusion. As in: “Roosevelt, along with congress, effected sweeping economic reforms through the New Deal,” or “Bradley had the embarrassing habit of affecting a Brooklyn accent when he felt he wasn’t getting his due.”
Very enlightening! A refreshing change of pace here.
You guys at Buzzfeed enjoying your ever-increasing circle jerk? (Psst: www.monster.com.)
Yes! But “Get a clue?” No! Instead, get a bunch of misguided tattoos, a pair of those gross ear spool things, put all your money into “Murray’s” stock, load your standup bass in your PT Cruiser, and head to the Long Beach boardwalk and RULE THE SCENE!
#11. Friends who post links to this kind of shite, adolescent nonsense.
Well, good for Michigan, then! The rest of us will just have to contend with the one. Wait….
#10 describes bargaining, not bartering, O wizened sage of language usage. Jesus, shit.
Trash post. Chunky arse-water.
From their website: “Imagine life without hippies getting in the way of mah pork chops.”
Just buy regular shirts. Not seeing the problem here.
Grow the fuck up, jackboot-licker. It’s a public street.
Oh, and, yeah. That’s a wig. And not the best one ever.
The dominant thought in Radcliffe’s mind throughout these moments was “Seriously? They are serious about this purple suit? They’re actually going to make me do this?”
You made a list of stereotypical southern foods with bland photo references. Congratu-God-Damn-lations.
#24. Male or female, crabby toddler bitch after 9pm.
#18. Who is that dude waiting for, wearing those knee-high, leather boots?
You pissed me off at #13, Rega Jha. Holocaust jokes about ovens? Really not cool, should not be acceptable here.
It was a perfectly fine statement before you backed away with the emoticon. Ya blew it, Paquiche?
I loved this so much.
Really? You know the bowls have food in them, right?
#7 is surely “pink slime.”
#19 It’s digestive “tract,” not “track.” Good lord, if you’re going to pretend to be a writer, at least try and come off as having a post-primary education. And no, that is not a typo—that is just ignorance.
That business about mattresses doubling in weight is absolute horseshit. Why don’t you try a quick Google search before you post nonsense, Ilnyckyj?
@Malinowski: It’s “loath” plus infinitive: “Loath to __x__” “Loathe” is a verb.
No it isn’t. The point is to pay attention.
#36 Delete this moronic post from your browser history.
Waste of time.
Not one that’ll tear your dick off.
#10, 12, 13, and 15: Not dinosaurs.
#5 Using a hyphen to prevent a comma splice is incorrect, according to current usage—you’re thinking of an em dash. Also, realize that English is a living language, there was never some “golden age” where usage became universal, our various current style manuals disagree on many points and that much of what you think you “know” about grammar, diction, and punctuation will become invalid in as soon as a decade or two, so suck it up, pardner. Oh, and according to Strunk and White, this sentence is perfectly legitimate: “I came, I saw, I conquered.” And lastly: Get off your undergrad high horse, and never post anything like this again.