It wouldn't be as awkward, too.
Not quite. You like it, which means they try to play it more regularly, but it's no guarantee especially if you have a lot of stations and likes. A "love" would suggest that they should play this song nearly every time you listen to Pandora.
Ha. Maybe the kind of spy that sits in an office for 12 hours a day reading through a desk-high pile of 'important' documents.
There's always, "iiiiiii love that song!"
well now i do!
and i've made a post that i didn't make up in my brain, but i was sure to put it in quotation marks and cite my source.
and repeat what i said to you? no reason. she/he should get notifications that i commented on the post anyway, unless she removed that option.
i have no idea how this comment section works then. i figured that if i posted under all of your comments, it would be in reply to all of them. i guess not. i'm just gonna wait and see if any of the people above you read my comment.
and it would be totally sad for me to steal a status idea from here in hopes of gaining facebook popularity. please, i've never gotten 22 likes or however many this person got. i don't care enough to do that and i really don't care about facebook popularity.
then you're being stupid. i was really talking to the people above you. i'm going to pretend that your comment meant that this amirite was the poster's sad attempt at getting votes he/she didn't exactly deserve.
it's a great quote, don't get me wrong. and congrats to the poster for getting 1000+ easy points by typing in someone else's words.
not trying to be a negative nancy, just being truthful.
You guys are stupid. My friend sent me that link a few days ago, before the 12th. It's probably from one of those websites that has people post funny statuses or whatever. I don't know who wrote the status and the name was blacked out for privacy. When it was screen-capped, the status had been made 7 hours ago.
I'm just saying that the author of this post did not originate the line. The person who made the status might not have either.
i guess this sentence has a token comma.
oops. i wasn't paying attention to what i was typing.
don't you mean: when you're parents aren't home?