Thursday, December 11, 2008

Texting-Your grammar pisses me off

First of all I want to explain there, their and they're.

They're means " they are" as in " They're using incorrect grammar and it's pissing me off."
There is a reference to a place, concrete or abstract such as "There is a spelling and grammar check on your computer. Use it." Or "The library is located over there."
Their is a possessive adjective indicating that a particular noun belongs to them.
"Their heads were so far up their asses I couldn't belive it."

LOL, LOMAO. LHQZWXXYTPRTGEWDSTEART. These things mean nothing to me. They only mean something to you and Gossip Girl.

"I know, right?" is just the worst valleygirl weirdness I've ever come across. It's not a sentence. It's not even a question. I DON'T know what you're talking about but I AM right.

In conclusion listen to our show tomorrow, Friday Dec. 12 Hot Mess Citr 101.9FM 6pm-7:30pm.



blondtron said...


jdubbs said...
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jdubbs said...

I completely understand where you are coming from...I want to throw some bows when people say those 'sayings' around me. I want to hurt someone real bad..but en la contrere my friend...saying "P.S." is right up there with them...THE WORST...and you forgot to mention that...maybe because you say it?

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