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#305 - djponee
Reply +5
(07/18/2011) [-]
HEY, you! As you're reading this are you thinking "Ponies are being forced upon me?" Yes?

I hate to say it but its on the front page. I can sit here and tell you what kind of ******** I hate to see get the front page, but it ain't going to change the fact that really crappy comics, some of which are worse than mine, being made of painfully overused tactics get the front page.

If you honestly think ponies are being forced upon you, I have no idea what to say to you. I get **** I don't want shoved down my throat and through my ass every day. Especially on the internet, hell I'm a republican conservative. Sorry, but there's going to be allot worse than ponies being shoved upon you in your life. I can't recall how many times I've had to shrug and nod, and try not to start ****. Take it and move on. If you can't manage that, then you're acting like a child.

And that's all I've got to say about that.
#364 to #305 - skuhlar
Reply +2
(07/18/2011) [-]
*a lot* "allot" to my knowledge is not a word, but if it is, you're still using it wrong.  
  
  
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*a lot* "allot" to my knowledge is not a word, but if it is, you're still using it wrong.


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#367 to #364 - djponee
Reply +2
(07/18/2011) [-]
Google spell check told me to do it. To my knowledge, a spell check doesn't lie.
Google spell check told me to do it. To my knowledge, a spell check doesn't lie.
#381 to #367 - skuhlar
Reply +1
(07/18/2011) [-]
Oh, my bad. It is a word.  
  
al·lot  
   [uh-lot]   
–verb (used with object), -lot·ted, -lot·ting.  
1.  
to divide or distribute by share or portion; distribute or parcel out; apportion: to allot the available farmland among the settlers.  
2.  
to appropriate for a special purpose: to allot money for a park.  
3.  
to assign as a portion; set apart; dedicate.  
  
  
Dictionary still says you're wrong. Try grammar check next time too.
Oh, my bad. It is a word.

al·lot
   [uh-lot]
–verb (used with object), -lot·ted, -lot·ting.
1.
to divide or distribute by share or portion; distribute or parcel out; apportion: to allot the available farmland among the settlers.
2.
to appropriate for a special purpose: to allot money for a park.
3.
to assign as a portion; set apart; dedicate.


Dictionary still says you're wrong. Try grammar check next time too.
#385 to #381 - djponee
Reply 0
(07/18/2011) [-]
Actually, this means I don't have to use the term "allot" anymore.

I can just say a lot, the former was irritating me! Instead, I shall say thank you sir!