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posted June 28th, 2015, 2:01 am


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July 12th, 2014, 5:08 am

GreenKrog

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I DO NOT APOLOGIZE FOR THAT JOKE AT ALL. YOU CAN'T MAKE ME.

It looks like Flint is either trying to make her feel good about herself so he can get with her, or, he is actually an overall good guy and thinks that people should try to be happy with whatever body they have. And damn does he support Mal.

...he did seem to notice that Annie grew like two inches over the summer. She is a bamboo stalk.

Hey! He managed to break Annie out of her grey! So, success!

Ok, grammar nerds. Yes, I used 'cuz instead of 'cause. We know that in written language, it is inappropriate to cut off the 'be' in 'because' to begin with, because it changes the tense of the causation. So I changed it to the colloquial 'cuz, as this is how we generally perceive it - a truncated, leet/text version. Was I right to do this? Should it have been left as 'cause, and hope the reader gets it? We can't say that it should be 'because', as this is not how people talk nowadays. Welp, argue it out, I'm done! PEACE! *drops the mike*
*picks up the mike*
So, a microphone is.. you know what, mic/mike. Argue that too.

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June 28th, 2015, 9:32 am

Siva (Guest)

lolargument!

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'Cuz vs. cos.

Begin. Have fun or gtfo! :P

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June 30th, 2015, 3:34 am

Jax Rhapsody (Guest)

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Not too many people speak with %100 perfect english, it is acceptable to use common slang, and written accents. Read an x-men comic with Gambit in it, or if you have a book with a country character in it. Writing "cause" without the "be," changes the word meaning entirely to how it would be used, as "cause" is a different word; we fought for the cause, or the cause and effect was. To me "cos" is just infernal text speak, that makes no sense, now, "cuz" is more the slang, or phonetic spelling of "cause," used as a sort of because shorthand as most of use speak, but it could also be written like; 'cause, same as 'ol.

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