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I feel like killing people.
'I couldn't care less' - That makes sense.
"it didn't say much
but it only confirmed that
the center of the earth
is the end of the world
AND I COULD REALLY CARE LESS"
And on Thanksgiving, too. Tut tut.
prof is from DC
It's a brilliant holiday, isn't it? In theory, it's my favorite.
I've just eaten loads of turkey & am stuffed. My favorite holiday too. :)
I haven't eaten anything yet, but will be at up to *three* separate dinners tonight. Omg.
We just did a quiet thing this year, usually we have my mom's side over, SO different from having tons of screaming kids running around & Uncle's watching the Lions inevitably lose.
Ouch. My immediate family's doing some little turkey-less affair, but then I'm going to a big dinner with tons of exchange students having their first Thanksgiving, and then possibly to a friend's house for a party or something, if there's time. I love this holiday.
Happy Thanksgiving, ainsm!
Yeah, I really like the sentiment behind thanksgiving...we should so have it in the UK.
We should be thankful for that.
(Just kidding Rick *hugs*)
But I agree with your point, regardless.
like, super bonkers for a split second and then nothing
DON'T DO THIS PLEASE. USE THE ELIPSES KEY.
Ellipses is the plural. Although I didn't spell it correctly in my original post, so who am I to judge?
But yeah, totez agree wit u m8.
i might have this argument with the american girl at work tomorrow
"As if I could care less". That way I can acknowledge that the uttered phrase is whack but also defuse any sense of linguistic outrage and find something better to do.
It would be an odd thing to say but would make sense. In that it was words that formed a grammatically cromulent sentence. I dunno.
Tacky. Wacky. Cacky.
and using the verb form of licence as the noun form.
I like sport. I do not like sports.
why haven't any of the americans on here defended the 'I could care less' monstrosity?!
WTF is up with that?
Hate to be a broken record, but "I was sat at the bar"...
but the lay/lies thing is more widespread actually sounds horribly weird at times:
It should be I'm going upstairs to lie down. Equally it should be "Something just lies there" not "lays there", which is what Americans would say.
But hey, I don't like people putting the 'sk' sound in 'schedule'. :D
Indefensible. That's why.