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which staement is true?
"i threw it in the bedroom"
"i thyrew it in the kitchen"...
could be right. depending on what you mean by "in".
but most people i've met would say "...in the kitchen".
cock off my flaps!
the latter would need to be 'I threw it into the kitchen'. Although the former is still ambiguous I guess.
as the first party was in fact never in the kitchen? right?
If my half-a-linguistics-degree-of-which-i-attended-maybe-a-third serves me well.
they should have said 'in TO the kitchen'.
then you chop it up
what's that about?
All statements are misleading, badly worded and not entirely correct.
Stop throwing things inTO the kitchen is the correct phrase withwhich to chastise you.
I had to pick it up
I ejaculated the projectile in the bedroom. Due to the fact that a third party had neglected to close the bedroom door, the said projectile's trajectory was not interrupted within the confines of the bedroom and, thus, as Newton explained, it contnued into the kitchen. It isn't my fault, and, further, I'm Sophia, and, thus, I can do random whenever I want.
also, there is no kitchen door
i thought you didn't like wackiness?
JDTraynor puts in an appearance, presumably drawn by the word "sophia" and "bedroom"
thyrew isn't a word
I'd vote the first or change the second to "... into the kitchen"
so it's bedroom
i threw it when in the bedroom
"i threw it towards the kitchen"