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Joined: August 29, 2009
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I was going to say that something simple like "twats" would do fine, but I think Frank Luo's "twatters" would hold up much better out of context.
Dr. Mc, you're kidding! You don't find it cumbersome to say, "I searched up twatters on Google," instead of a much simpler, "I googled twatters"?
November 19, 2009, 11:35am
Glynn, I suspect a plate of horse manure might actually be more poorly received if it were embellished with garnish and ketchup.I agree with everything else, though.
November 19, 2009, 10:51am
col Berg:By that logic, your own response is equally trustworthy, as you've spelled "Richie" wrong. Furthermore, you've ended a question with a period, which makes it somewhat less than a question, and not at all a sentence.None of this matters, though, because I don't agree with either of you. That's a guess, anyway, because I'm way too lazy to figure out what Richie is even trying to say behind all of that atrocious grammar.
For the record, I think we can safely consider "atrocious grammar" an under exaggeration in this instance.
August 29, 2009, 8:07am
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