niether got or gotten are correct, it should have been replaced with "made it"Quote:
Originally Posted by Psychlow
...wouldn't have made it in... Im just saying.
e-mail and internet will be the death of proper English - all hail the spell checker!
Not exactly the same, but this was one of my friend's away messagesQuote:
Originally Posted by nvoigt
"*You superficially quote pop song*
*You Gain 'feigned wisdom' ability*
*Internet buddy IM's you for 34 damage*
*You cast 'Click here to take my quiz'*
*Internet buddy is temporarily distracted*
*You IM Internet buddy for 23 damage*
*Internet buddy begins chant: 'hi r u thr ths is manda lolol!!'*
*Buddy gains effect of heightened self-importance due to the curse of Arudaghal's near-sighted social perspective*
*You cast 'Mirati's Witless banter'*
*Internet buddy is IMed for 49 damage*
*Internet buddy invokes trite emoticon mode!*
*You attempt retreat by litany of false responsibility*
*Buddy IM's critically hits you in the back for 42034 damage!*
*You die, cold and alone.*
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I had the exact same reaction several years back while watching a Simpsons Halloween episode. They had a book that Lisa thought was entitled "How to Cook Humans." The dust blew off to reveal it was really called "How to Cook For Humans." Lisa blew more dust off to reveal it was "How to Cook Forty Humans," and finally the last bit of dust revealed it was truly called "How to Cook for Forty Humans."
Anyway, every time I write a check in the amount of $40 (literally, every single time) I remember that episode and am sure I'm spelling it correctly because with some dust covering "forty humans" it can be "for humans," but the same cannot be said for dust covering the words "fourty humans."
Even better than I before E.
>>Holy crap, its forty not fourty
Actualy, it's fordy not forty nor fourty
> Actualy, it's fordy not forty nor fourty
maybe in belgium...pfffffftttt :p