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Joined: February 8, 2012
Comments posted: 2
Votes received: 6
Grrrrrr! Rrrrrrr! Ruh!!!!! Aaaaargh!I have tried to post three times!If this one works, I apologizeFor thrice the amount of cheesy rhymes!To resume my former critique,Regarding the proper form of resume with y'all seek,To Grumpy mama, she of the "pooh-pooh",As to If we had anything better to do,I must pursueThe question: don't you?Now I mean no disrespect at all,In fact, I'm glad you posted,I just wanted to bring your attention to the fact That the thread you roastedWith such perfect tactIs the same one wherein you posted,So what's up wit dact?Re: 's u and methe cat of jade and her poemie,man, my first two posts were so much BETTER than this!!But they're forever gone, sniff, they will be miss'd,But now I must be on my way,To resume working upon my resume!
nice thread.'nuff said. :P
February 20, 2012, 8:51pm
"A told B, and B told C, I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree. Whee said D, to E F G, I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree. Chicka Chicka Boom-Boom...."
Rhetorically speaking, the truth you are seeking is necessarily going to be elective;As to the hows and why-ahs, 'tis the cultural bias, which mandates a view most objective.Apostrophes, with or without CVs, genitives and rules of past or present tense-ah;Give grammar your best try, lest you wake up and cry, having found you've been kicked out of Mensa!!
February 8, 2012, 4:35am
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