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do you know what's really fucking annoying?
grown-ups not knowing the difference between your and you're
don't you fucking learn that when you're 5 years old or something?
i'm not talking about the rape of the english language called american spelling
just the goddamn basics of your mother tongue!


& don't you love the fact that a little stuck-up girl of dutch/greek descent has to point this out to you?




i've read the comments on my previous entry. interesting.. but because there are still people adding their view on the matter i'm going to wait a little while longer before i get back to it..




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_juan_solo_
Nov. 30th, 2005 05:48 am (UTC)
It _is_ really fucking annoying. Apostrophes just get abused.
blooz69
Nov. 30th, 2005 07:02 am (UTC)
"thats WI" :D
"UR" was developed!!!

LOL

but the internet sems to ahve crippled he english language!

and the fact that a lil Dutch girl understands that, addsto he sexiness (sexiness beyond the simple physical)
wordsx3
Nov. 30th, 2005 07:51 am (UTC)
"but because there are still people adding their view on the matter [COMMA] i'm going to wait a little while longer before i get back to it.."

Yes, it's annoying when people get things wrong. Where are your capital letters?
inspectorjury
Nov. 30th, 2005 11:10 am (UTC)
I think I know the basics of the language but I am equally sure I make a lot of mistakes. (or is that alot of mistakes?) English in the United States is very fluid it changes in the blink of an eye. Given enough people who don't learn the difference between your and you're, the rules regarding the use of these words could change...No Really!!
chickenfeet2003
Nov. 30th, 2005 12:57 pm (UTC)
It's not surprising at all. The best English is spoken in Germany and the Netherlands. Damn it, in Amsterdam even the pan handlers beg in English!
jimmycheese
Nov. 30th, 2005 08:28 pm (UTC)
I suck at spelling... and grammar. I suck at alot of things actually, but mostly spelling and grammar.
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