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FultonPubFultonPub Road Warrior
edited February 2008 in Less Rokk More Talk
Capitalization is the difference between "I had to help my uncle Jack off a horse..." and "I had to help my uncle jack off a horse..."

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  • Highlandlassie1Highlandlassie1 Road Warrior
    edited February 2008
    This has always bugged me.

    It seems some folks do not know there is a "Shift" key on the keyboard.

    There is,........use it.
  • cdoe001cdoe001 Opening Act
    edited February 2008
    WoW... WoW...
  • topperharleytopperharley Son of Statler and Waldorf
    edited February 2008
    The importance of punctuation:

    "A woman without her man is nothing."

    "A woman, without her, man is nothing."
  • SemperFiSemperFi Rising Star
    edited February 2008
    i'M NORMALLY NOT A TROUBLEMAKER. i JUST CAN'T HELP MYSELF SOMETIMES.
    pLEASE LEAVE THAT POOR HORSE ALONE!
    :D

    [Note: I entirely agree with the caps and punctuation points. Nothing worse than to try to read a thread written by an adult with second grade grammar skills.]
  • oshman187oshman187 Road Warrior
    edited February 2008
    Nice. Yes it is good to know how to use the shift key.
    Knowing how to spell doesn't hurt either.
    I don't know what some of these kids are talking about because their spelling is so off....
  • FallenAceFallenAce Eater of Fine Cheeses
    edited February 2008
    topperharley;308782 said:
    The importance of punctuation:

    "A woman without her man is nothing."

    "A woman, without her, man is nothing."
    Grammatically, the following would make more sense:
    "A woman: without her, man is nothing."
  • senomarsenomar Opening Act
    edited February 2008
    lol wut r u tawkin bout gramm4r nd c4pitulliz4shin iz dum omg lol lol
  • SilentCapybaraSilentCapybara Opening Act
    edited February 2008
    Also, don't use abbreviations incorrectly (or at all) to save time.

    - Wanna cum wit me? -WRONG!
    - Want to come with me? - CORRECT
  • Shredder87Shredder87 Road Warrior
    edited February 2008
    I hate it. I preach proper grammer to my friends sister. She think's it's cool to be an idiot.
  • senomarsenomar Opening Act
    edited February 2008
    Shredder87;311050 said:
    I hate it. I preach proper grammer to my friends sister. She think's it's cool to be an idiot.
    But how can you preach correct grammar if you can't even spell "grammar" correctly?
  • Shredder87Shredder87 Road Warrior
    edited February 2008
    senomar;311055 said:
    But how can you preach correct grammar if you can't even spell "grammar" correctly?
    hahahahaha. I got cocky and didn't revise. That's totally on me. hahahaha
  • Chris_GonzalezChris_Gonzalez Rising Star
    edited February 2008
    FultonPub;308554 said:
    Capitalization is the difference between "I had to help my uncle Jack off a horse..." and "I had to help my uncle jack off a horse..."
    I've seen that quote somewhere on the Game Informer forums. **gives you a suspicious look**
  • FultonPubFultonPub Road Warrior
    edited February 2008
    I have never been to that forum before. I found this on a blog somewhere and I thought it was funny as hell.....
  • b2trumpetb2trumpet Opening Act
    edited February 2008
    Yeah, some people you can't understand.

    me dum st broke' n3d o lx !!!!!!11111

    That is supposed to say "My drum set is broken, and I need to fix it", but some people just love replacing the letters of the word with random puncuations and letters (sometimes numbers)
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