FUNNY SONG #10: This Song is Stuck Inside My Head - YouTubeThis Song is Stuck Inside My Head, A funny song for kids and everyone, by Bryant Oden (Other funny songs by Bryant Oden. The Duck Song, I Got a Pea, BFF Song...https://youtu.be/NRH0q-XVh1w
Also by ThePrinceofWales-2Listen to this.You will regret it!!
Soluble Song - YouTubeThe Soluble Song, sung by a little kitten who is very glad that he's not soluble. Joel Veitch, Alex Veitch, rathergood.com More stuff at http://rathergood.co...https://youtu.be/RJqtsC8Q-tM
Also by ThePrinceofWales-14Weird stuff-The Soluble song, amirite?
Also by ThePrinceofWales+47These are bad jokes, amirite?
Why are there so many Smiths in the phone book?
They all have phones.
Why do bagpipers walk when they play?
They're trying to get away from the noise.
Why do gorillas have big nostrils?
Because they have big fingers.
What's the difference between a bad golfer and a bad skydiver?
A bad golfer goes, Whack, Dang! A bad skydiver goes Dang! Whack.
Why don't blind people like to sky dive?
Because it scares the dog. amirite?
Most of the time, not really. But then you have this classic example:
"Let's eat, grandma!" vs. "Let's eat grandma!"
Sometimes punctuation makes a big difference in meaning.
I don't text, but a comma here and there would probably help. Just my opinion, of course.
I email with a person who never breaks for a paragraph. Drives me crazy.
I never hardly ever text and don't know a lot of the text "slang" so punctuation means a lot if I'm going to understand it.
Wzz'p, Robt? Wanna hang? Or have a hangover? Both r an opt.
Not really. I see some posters trying to act educated but failing miserably. I mess up sometimes and hope that people will be forgiving of my mistakes.
Yes it does. Though i'll get what someone meant, it might look better if punctuated, especially in long messages. I usually punctuate in my messages, just becasue I'm on Facebook, doesn't mean I'll lower myself to 1st grade grammar.
I'm a freak, when it comes to language. I make very certain, that I try to use the proper punctuation, as well as possible. There are differences in Finnish and English, even English itself has certain local differences, which makes it a bit difficult for a non-native speaker to figure out the proper use from time to time. In my opinion, English is probably the easiest language in the world to learn properly, but to master it completely, one of the hardest. It all comes down to using stuff like ";" and ":". But yes, to answer the question itself, it doesn't matter what kind of a message you're sending. Proper use of language, even if it's not your own, matters. To a point (.) - made a tit, ha.
not always. depends on the message and I suppose who you are texting.
Never seems to bother me much but thats just me I can usually guess what people are trying to say at that specific time texting or otherwise.