Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The Nut Case

Your and You're OR Said and Told OR There,Their and They're are very different words. They are related because it is the same language. And, that is about it.


I wont judge you. You will just lose me as a facebook friend if you continue to scribble garbage. That is it.


15 comments:

  1. Errr...you ARE sure you ARE not talking about me? ;)

    oh wait, this is definitely not me...we are not friends on FB :)

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    1. RM :) He he, not you. I am talking to no one in particular. Just a frustrated plug :P

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  2. I share your thoughts! Although I just ignore most FB updates..

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    1. I am slowly getting addicted, uma :(

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    2. Well if you are getting addicted then may be you can check out my blog, http://www.pkperception.blogspot.in/2012/05/facebook-real-mark-zuckerberg.html
      My personal opinion, its better not get addicted to FB.

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  3. Wat abt dem who write 1/2 eaten sentences just lyk I rote :D

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    1. I struggle with reading them :)

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  4. Your absolutely write.

    :p

    *Escape!!!*

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    1. he he :) grammar nazi, you are! silly woman!

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  5. my latest pet peeve is people who say "I hope" instead of "I guess" or "I think". Eg: I hope you are busy with work. That's ok, let's catch up when you are free.

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  6. My favourite one is 'Did you did that ?' :D

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  7. I am tired of people's dinner venue updates flooding my FB page to be able to bother about issues like these :(
    Loved the picture :)

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  8. I can't decide whether it is the post, the e-card or the comments here that's the most hilarious part of this page ;)

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  9. Well frankly speaking I used to goof up with respect to words, lose & loose (I so used to hate myself for that) but now I use it correctly...;P.

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  10. I so agree - I hate the mixing of your and you're, second only to the SMS lingo and mixing numbers in words.

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