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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by JoeyC » January 8th, 2019, 5:11 pm

Things2do wrote:
JoeyC wrote:419. Pretend it's Fortnighte and buddy up:
[*] Ride around in a shopping cart at lethal speeds.
[*] Open loot boxes and steal Nerf guns.
[*] Break loot llamas and breakpinatas.
[*] Throw Disco Balls at people.
[*] Other cancerous stuff et cetera. I don't know any other stuff.......I stopped following Fortnighte when it died.
waffletree wrote:420: T.P. the entire store... While eating twinkies... That were are stolen
.
421: Egg the store. With shoplifted eggs.
What's a fortnight have to do with stolen Nerf guns?
The second "break" is redundant and unnecessary.
"Were stolen" implies that the objects, in this case the Twinkies, were formerly stolen and have since been returned
.
All of this is redundant.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by Things2do » January 8th, 2019, 5:14 pm

JoeyC wrote:
Things2do wrote:
JoeyC wrote:419. Pretend it's Fortnighte and buddy up:
[*] Ride around in a shopping cart at lethal speeds.
[*] Open loot boxes and steal Nerf guns.
[*] Break loot llamas and breakpinatas.
[*] Throw Disco Balls at people.
[*] Other cancerous stuff et cetera. I don't know any other stuff.......I stopped following Fortnighte when it died.
waffletree wrote:420: T.P. the entire store... While eating twinkies... That were are stolen
.
421: Egg the store. With shoplifted eggs.
What's a fortnight have to do with stolen Nerf guns?
The second "break" is redundant and unnecessary.
"Were stolen" implies that the objects, in this case the Twinkies, were formerly stolen and have since been returned
.
All of this is redundant.
I've been trying to add explanations to my corrections to help better Written English instead of just enforcing the rules, and redundancy is usually required for modern people to even attempt to understand what I say...

Why didn't you just do this?
All of the spoilered text here.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by TheChiScientist » January 8th, 2019, 5:18 pm

Things2do wrote:
JoeyC wrote:
Things2do wrote:.
421: Egg the store. With shoplifted eggs.
What's a fortnight have to do with stolen Nerf guns?
The second "break" is redundant and unnecessary.
"Were stolen" implies that the objects, in this case the Twinkies, were formerly stolen and have since been returned
.
All of this is redundant.
I've been trying to add explanations to my corrections to help better Written English instead of just enforcing the rules, and redundancy is usually required for modern people to even attempt to understand what I say...

Why didn't you just do this?
All of the spoilered text here.
I'm just gonna leave this here...
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Modern people use simplified English... :lol:
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by JoeyC » January 8th, 2019, 5:19 pm

What if people do not wish to be monitored in such a way. I, personally, can speak in full sentences with more than proper grammar and articulations. However, sometimes it can be tiresome to do so, despite the fact that it does not take much effort. Letting the facade of being official and communing with people in an informal manner indicates a level of trust and friendship. There is a reason why official government policy does not make for good reading material.
Hence, I ask that you please stop posting grammatical corrections to our intentional missteps. We all know how to write and type properly, and some of us may even be able to do it with ease, as I do now, but as as been observed time and time again, small in-formalities, especially with blind males, only aid the growth of friendship.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by amk578 » January 8th, 2019, 5:22 pm

422. Correct everyone's grammar to the point of redundancy.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by JoeyC » January 8th, 2019, 5:31 pm

You, my friend, have a bright future ahead of you amk.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by waffletree » January 8th, 2019, 5:37 pm

Things2do wrote:
waffletree wrote:
Things2do wrote:.
421: Egg the store. With shoplifted eggs.

What's a fortnight have to do with stolen Nerf guns?
The second "break" is redundant and unnecessary.
"Were stolen" implies that the objects, in this case the Twinkies, were formerly stolen and have since been returned.
That was so unnecessary.
What was so unnecessary?
YOUR CORRECTIONS.
JoeyC wrote:What if people do not wish to be monitored in such a way. I, personally, can speak in full sentences with more than proper grammar and articulations. However, sometimes it can be tiresome to do so, despite the fact that it does not take much effort. Letting the facade of being official and communing with people in an informal manner indicates a level of trust and friendship. There is a reason why official government policy does not make for good reading material.
Hence, I ask that you please stop posting grammatical corrections to our intentional missteps. We all know how to write and type properly, and some of us may even be able to do it with ease, as I do now, but as as been observed time and time again, small in-formalities, especially with blind males, only aid the growth of friendship.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F » January 8th, 2019, 6:23 pm

waffletree wrote:
Things2do wrote:
waffletree wrote: That was so unnecessary.
What was so unnecessary?
YOUR CORRECTIONS.
JoeyC wrote:What if people do not wish to be monitored in such a way. I, personally, can speak in full sentences with more than proper grammar and articulations. However, sometimes it can be tiresome to do so, despite the fact that it does not take much effort. Letting the facade of being official and communing with people in an informal manner indicates a level of trust and friendship. There is a reason why official government policy does not make for good reading material.
Hence, I ask that you please stop posting grammatical corrections to our intentional missteps. We all know how to write and type properly, and some of us may even be able to do it with ease, as I do now, but as as been observed time and time again, small in-formalities, especially with blind males, only aid the growth of friendship.
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by Things2do » January 8th, 2019, 6:39 pm

JoeyC wrote:What if people do not wish to be monitored in such a way. I, personally, can speak in full sentences with more than proper grammar and articulations. However, sometimes it can be tiresome to do so, despite the fact that it does not take much effort. Letting the facade of being official and communing with people in an informal manner indicates a level of trust and friendship. There is a reason why official government policy does not make for good reading material.
Hence, I ask that you please stop posting grammatical corrections to our intentional missteps. We all know how to write and type properly, and some of us may even be able to do it with ease, as I do now, but as has been observed time and time again, small in-formalities, especially with blind males, only aid the growth of friendship.
I seem to have started a large discussion...

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Laziness is no excuse for bad grammar, spellings, or punctuation.
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John 5:46-47
When your signature exceeds the allotted 300 characters, you put it here...
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Re: 1000 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Walmart

Post by UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F » January 8th, 2019, 7:11 pm

Things2do wrote:
JoeyC wrote:What if people do not wish to be monitored in such a way. I, personally, can speak in full sentences with more than proper grammar and articulations. However, sometimes it can be tiresome to do so, despite the fact that it does not take much effort. Letting the facade of being official and communing with people in an informal manner indicates a level of trust and friendship. There is a reason why official government policy does not make for good reading material.
Hence, I ask that you please stop posting grammatical corrections to our intentional missteps. We all know how to write and type properly, and some of us may even be able to do it with ease, as I do now, but as has been observed time and time again, small in-formalities, especially with blind males, only aid the growth of friendship.
I seem to have started a large discussion...

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Laziness is no excuse for bad grammar, spellings, or punctuation.
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It is an excuse when you're using it as an excuse...

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