And possibly the "T" in "Report" depending on who's pronouncing it.
I can tell that s/he meant to make it a question. So many people say "Seriously?" that I can't just think that s/he hit the question mark by mistake. Have you never heard someone say "Seriously?' in the form of a question?
Texans DO say "y'all."
That was the night of the NFL draft. And while I am not completely sure what that is, I believe it is when teams pick which players they want for the year. And the joke is that Michael Jordan is neither a football player nor active.
Oh, man, I was almost Hank.
Couldn't you instead just wish for food?
I think this post is funny because it sort of sounds like you are saying that it's tough to do well in school UNLESS you smoke, drink and get pregnant.
Why did you skip One?
Man, that would be cool, but the constant flashlight-on-computer action might seriously mess my screen up.
The point I am trying to make is that it is much more likely that this person was trying to say the sentence as a question, but you seem to think that it was definitely a statement. You have no evidence that s/he was making a statement, while my evidence is that the person used a question mark.
Just repeat to yourself, "I have tons of great friends."
Nah, I've never known any English teachers to ask that.
Did you really not think that anyone would respond with comments about how bikinis are pretty much exactly the same?
I have a friend who was killed because he and his friends decided to post the same picture as their profile pictures. One of his friends owed the mafia money, and when the mafia saw the first guy's profile picture, they thought it was actually the guy that owed them money. Scary stuff, right?