Discussion in 'Off topic discussions' started by davidphd1866, May 25, 2010.

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  1. davidphd1866

    davidphd1866 Member

    May 21, 2008
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    Please forgive me. I realize that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, but I'd like to clarify a couple of grammar points that seem to vex many of us. I only do this because I believe that so many of us just get distracted when reading the posts of others. Here goes:

    You are = You're Sentence: You're wise to worship Mistress Michelle.
    Your = Your Sentence: Your cock should be locked by Mistress Michelle.

    Loser = Someone who does not win Sentence: Mistress Michelle says that you're a loser. (notice, this is the contraction of "you are")
    Looser = Someone who is not as tight as another Sentence: Your ass is looser than Mistress Michelle's because you're a slut.

    If English is not your first language, please forgive me, this note is not for you. I admire your ability to write understandably in English and courage to do so. For the rest of us...........Please!!!

  2. Mistress Watchful

    Mistress Watchful Dont believe the hype ;oP

    May 11, 2008
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    I'm part of "the rest of us" and this isn't something that bothers me at all.

    I don't care how good your English is, what matters to me is that you post on the site and enjoy your stay here.

    This is not an English class, it's a friendly forum for people of all intellectual abilities to share their stories... no matter how well/poorly written.

    In England by the way and therefore in the Queen's English an ass is a donkey, or a stubborn person. But your arse may be very loose, that's not something I care to verify.

    This has been discussed before (English, not loose arseholes) and spiralled out of control... therefore I'm closing the thread.
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