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#212 - I don't think you understand. Languages change consta… 01/10/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
#210 - No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't act…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/10/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#27 - I think it should say "mina jävla jimmies"  [+] (1 new reply) 01/10/2014 on Story time 0
User avatar #28 - gabemczombie (01/10/2014) [-]
It should indeed.
#63 - I personally dislike fire emblem, but I still have a bunch of … 01/10/2014 on Broke problems 0
#38 - I just deal with it. I download a GBA emu and some ro… 01/10/2014 on Will Ferrel +1
#208 - The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you spec…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/10/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#206 - We're kind of moving away from the point I was originally tryi…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
In most cases, I agree.
User avatar #208 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you specifically have to distinguish between semicolon and comma, in enumerations and such.

Otherwise you don't HAVE to use a semicolon, not even to separate two full sentences.
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#204 - So what you are saying is that something that people do every …  [+] (8 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #205 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
What? I just said that the usage of the phrase "of course" is correct as a stand alone sentence when used in dialogue.... How is that regardless of usage?
User avatar #206 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
We're kind of moving away from the point I was originally trying to make.

Which is, people use commas instead of semicolons all the time, in most cases, like this one, it's prefectly acceptable to use a comma.
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
In most cases, I agree.
User avatar #208 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you specifically have to distinguish between semicolon and comma, in enumerations and such.

Otherwise you don't HAVE to use a semicolon, not even to separate two full sentences.
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#202 - So if anyone were to write a book containing 'of course' as a …  [+] (10 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #203 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
Unless it was direct/inderect dialogue, it's technically incorrect.
User avatar #204 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So what you are saying is that something that people do every day is 'technically' incorrect?

In other words, you're saying that the rules of English grammar are set in stone, regardless of actual usage?
User avatar #205 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
What? I just said that the usage of the phrase "of course" is correct as a stand alone sentence when used in dialogue.... How is that regardless of usage?
User avatar #206 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
We're kind of moving away from the point I was originally trying to make.

Which is, people use commas instead of semicolons all the time, in most cases, like this one, it's prefectly acceptable to use a comma.
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
In most cases, I agree.
User avatar #208 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you specifically have to distinguish between semicolon and comma, in enumerations and such.

Otherwise you don't HAVE to use a semicolon, not even to separate two full sentences.
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#200 - And you can have either a comma or a semicolon. Semicolons are… 01/09/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
#199 - Are you implying that "of course" can't be a sentence?  [+] (12 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #201 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
"of course" is a phrase. There is no subject nor sentence verb; thus, it's not a clause which means it cannot be a proper standalone sentence unless it's used in dialogue.
User avatar #202 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So if anyone were to write a book containing 'of course' as a standalone sentence, that would be wrong?
User avatar #203 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
Unless it was direct/inderect dialogue, it's technically incorrect.
User avatar #204 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So what you are saying is that something that people do every day is 'technically' incorrect?

In other words, you're saying that the rules of English grammar are set in stone, regardless of actual usage?
User avatar #205 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
What? I just said that the usage of the phrase "of course" is correct as a stand alone sentence when used in dialogue.... How is that regardless of usage?
User avatar #206 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
We're kind of moving away from the point I was originally trying to make.

Which is, people use commas instead of semicolons all the time, in most cases, like this one, it's prefectly acceptable to use a comma.
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
In most cases, I agree.
User avatar #208 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you specifically have to distinguish between semicolon and comma, in enumerations and such.

Otherwise you don't HAVE to use a semicolon, not even to separate two full sentences.
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#86 - That being said, Have you seen how tiny Belgium is? Can you gu…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street 0
User avatar #89 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
Nevermind that last response... I was thinking of Lichtenstein when responded that >.>

an the only reason i thought of it was because i was reading about it a few weeks ago

And i realized my error when i ACTUALLY googled the population
#88 - thebaseballexpert has deleted their comment.
#84 - You know it's not like this all over Europe right? This is Belgium.  [+] (4 new replies) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street +2
User avatar #85 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
I realize that.

I also live a a rural area.

I'm sure if i lived in New York City or something, taking a day trip to Boston (after going through 3 other states) for lunch and THEN New Jersey, then back home for dinner wouldn't be the most absurd thing in the world
User avatar #86 - ewowo (01/08/2014) [-]
That being said, Have you seen how tiny Belgium is? Can you guess the population without googling?
User avatar #89 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
Nevermind that last response... I was thinking of Lichtenstein when responded that >.>

an the only reason i thought of it was because i was reading about it a few weeks ago

And i realized my error when i ACTUALLY googled the population
#88 - thebaseballexpert has deleted their comment.
#18 - Had a 45kg English Bulldog trying to bite my foot the other da… 01/08/2014 on A good size for snikers 0
#20 - Pantsu misete moratte yoroshii desu ka? 01/08/2014 on Dying of laugher +6
#53 - Uhh, Russia is in both Asia and Europe, actually. The divi… 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street +5
#51 - From where I live it's 30m to the Netherlands, 45m to France a…  [+] (18 new replies) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street +5
User avatar #81 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
are you kidding? im in America and its 5m to the gas station, 20m to Walmart/other grocery store, 45m to the next city, and upwards of 3 or 4 hours to the next STATE

User avatar #187 - coolalliki (01/08/2014) [-]
Well, I live in Belgium too, and it really depends on where you live. I live in a small village, if I want to go grocery shopping it's a 15 minute drive. Gas is 2 minutes and the nearest city about 10 minutes. The next city is about 20-25 minutes.
User avatar #84 - ewowo (01/08/2014) [-]
You know it's not like this all over Europe right? This is Belgium.
User avatar #85 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
I realize that.

I also live a a rural area.

I'm sure if i lived in New York City or something, taking a day trip to Boston (after going through 3 other states) for lunch and THEN New Jersey, then back home for dinner wouldn't be the most absurd thing in the world
User avatar #86 - ewowo (01/08/2014) [-]
That being said, Have you seen how tiny Belgium is? Can you guess the population without googling?
User avatar #89 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
Nevermind that last response... I was thinking of Lichtenstein when responded that >.>

an the only reason i thought of it was because i was reading about it a few weeks ago

And i realized my error when i ACTUALLY googled the population
#88 - thebaseballexpert has deleted their comment.
#52 - tyroneisanigger (01/08/2014) [-]
And what's incredible to me, is that those are different COUNTRIES like you can take a day trip and be in a different country in like an hour tops. How long does it take to get to Russia from Germany?

I know Russia is technically in Asia, not Europe, just wondering.
User avatar #69 - reginleif (01/08/2014) [-]
I think part of Russia is in Europe.
User avatar #63 - mysticado (01/08/2014) [-]
You guys should REALLY consider studying a map!
Sure, you don't need a long time from Belgium to get to the countries surrounding it, because Belgium is f*cking small. But if you want to drive, let's say from the German-Polish border to the Belarus-Russian border, it would be a 16 hour drive, since the distance is around 1400km/870miles
User avatar #68 - reginleif (01/08/2014) [-]
;/ It's an 8 hour drive from the middle part of California to the Southern tip.
#141 - xxmemosxx (01/08/2014) [-]
Yeah but you also have slower speed limits
User avatar #180 - damping (01/08/2014) [-]
In California the speed limits are 80 mph or about 130 km/h so I doubt that.
#221 - tyroneisanigger (01/08/2014) [-]
there's some places where the speed limit is 80, but most places the interstate speed limit is 65.

Most people still go 80 anyways.
User avatar #82 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
6 hours from Las Vegas to LA, it takes 3-4 days driving from Phoenix to St. Louis

Driving sucks. Id rather fly.
User avatar #83 - reginleif (01/08/2014) [-]
I'd rather chop my dick off than fly. :/

For some reason my favorite mode of transportation is the train. Trains have room, and they are hardly packed with people.

They also don't touch your junk.
#87 - thebaseballexpert (01/08/2014) [-]
Jokes on you, I get a faster trip, a free drink, AND a free colonoscopy
User avatar #53 - ewowo (01/08/2014) [-]
Uhh, Russia is in both Asia and Europe, actually.
The dividing line is a mountain range, not a national border.

It's just like Turkey actually. countries can be on multiple continents.

I don't know how long it takes exactly to get from Germany to Russia. Seems like a long time, seeing as you have to invade Poland first.
#50 - >Belgium is mentioned >Swell with national pride … 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street +35
#192 - It is perfectly acceptable to have a comma if the sentences ar…  [+] (15 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #193 - brettyoke (01/08/2014) [-]
Are you implying that "of course" is a sentence?... Anyway, the sentence related rule you just spoke about was for semicolons.
User avatar #200 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
And you can have either a comma or a semicolon. Semicolons are REALLY not that popular.
User avatar #199 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
Are you implying that "of course" can't be a sentence?
User avatar #201 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
"of course" is a phrase. There is no subject nor sentence verb; thus, it's not a clause which means it cannot be a proper standalone sentence unless it's used in dialogue.
User avatar #202 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So if anyone were to write a book containing 'of course' as a standalone sentence, that would be wrong?
User avatar #203 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
Unless it was direct/inderect dialogue, it's technically incorrect.
User avatar #204 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So what you are saying is that something that people do every day is 'technically' incorrect?

In other words, you're saying that the rules of English grammar are set in stone, regardless of actual usage?
User avatar #205 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
What? I just said that the usage of the phrase "of course" is correct as a stand alone sentence when used in dialogue.... How is that regardless of usage?
User avatar #206 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
We're kind of moving away from the point I was originally trying to make.

Which is, people use commas instead of semicolons all the time, in most cases, like this one, it's prefectly acceptable to use a comma.
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
In most cases, I agree.
User avatar #208 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you specifically have to distinguish between semicolon and comma, in enumerations and such.

Otherwise you don't HAVE to use a semicolon, not even to separate two full sentences.
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#191 - I was typing a long and complex response but then I realized w… 01/08/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
#45 - It's not actually mandatory, you know.  [+] (17 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #67 - brettyoke (01/08/2014) [-]
In this situation it is. Right now it's a run on sentence, the grammar is incorrect. You cannot have a complete sentence then start another one with a comma, dogs are cool I like them.
User avatar #192 - ewowo (01/08/2014) [-]
It is perfectly acceptable to have a comma if the sentences are related.

However they would never have taught you this in high school, of course. That's where they have to cram as much rules as possible up you ass.

It is also perfectly acceptable to end a sentence with a preposition.
User avatar #193 - brettyoke (01/08/2014) [-]
Are you implying that "of course" is a sentence?... Anyway, the sentence related rule you just spoke about was for semicolons.
User avatar #200 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
And you can have either a comma or a semicolon. Semicolons are REALLY not that popular.
User avatar #199 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
Are you implying that "of course" can't be a sentence?
User avatar #201 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
"of course" is a phrase. There is no subject nor sentence verb; thus, it's not a clause which means it cannot be a proper standalone sentence unless it's used in dialogue.
User avatar #202 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So if anyone were to write a book containing 'of course' as a standalone sentence, that would be wrong?
User avatar #203 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
Unless it was direct/inderect dialogue, it's technically incorrect.
User avatar #204 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
So what you are saying is that something that people do every day is 'technically' incorrect?

In other words, you're saying that the rules of English grammar are set in stone, regardless of actual usage?
User avatar #205 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
What? I just said that the usage of the phrase "of course" is correct as a stand alone sentence when used in dialogue.... How is that regardless of usage?
User avatar #206 - ewowo (01/09/2014) [-]
We're kind of moving away from the point I was originally trying to make.

Which is, people use commas instead of semicolons all the time, in most cases, like this one, it's prefectly acceptable to use a comma.
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (01/09/2014) [-]
In most cases, I agree.
User avatar #208 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
The only cases that immediatly spring to mind is when you specifically have to distinguish between semicolon and comma, in enumerations and such.

Otherwise you don't HAVE to use a semicolon, not even to separate two full sentences.
User avatar #210 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
No you see. That's not very relevant, because people don't actually do that.

Gramamr isn't maths, if people don't follow the rules the rules stop counting.
User avatar #211 - brettyoke (01/10/2014) [-]
...No, the rules still exist and are count, but if they're not followed, then that just means people are wrong without caring.
User avatar #212 - ewowo (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand.

Languages change constantly. Rules made today are outdated tomorrow. Usage dictates grammar, not the other way around. It is not wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. It is not wrong to separate two sentences by a comma.

It is realistically possible that your will replace you're as a contracted form some day.
#44 - All languages are about equally difficult. The main d…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/07/2014 on Why I hate the English... 0
User avatar #53 - metalmind (01/07/2014) [-]
No, some languages are more difficult to learn, like finnish, polish, german or chinese.
User avatar #191 - ewowo (01/08/2014) [-]
I was typing a long and complex response but then I realized what ullonei said below makes more than enough sense.

I would like to add that it takes about the same amount of time for a baby to learn any language, and if you take an american newborn and raise it in a Finnish, Polish, German or Chinese family, it will learn their language just fine.
#74 - ullonei (01/08/2014) [-]
just depends on what original language you speak. sure, Finnish is hard for a Swedish person, but its not so had for a person from Estonia.

Thats just Bcuz there in diffrent language-groups.

Swedish along with German and English is Germanic in there basis (even tho years have made them sound and feel different.)

TL;DR where you are from matters.
#42 - Sir, it is plain to me that you don't have the faintest concep… 01/07/2014 on Why I hate the English... -2
#59 - K. Might watch it some day. 01/07/2014 on nipple attack 0
#25 - Ting tang walla walla bing bang 01/07/2014 on Ching chong yabba dabba... +2
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User avatar #102 - huehuehuepster (01/16/2014) [-]
it's the Netherlands, not Holland
User avatar #103 to #102 - ewowo (01/17/2014) [-]
Maybe it's Maybelline
User avatar #100 - dupu (04/19/2013) [-]
WHY IS EVERYONE COMMENTING "IT'S PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME" ON YOUR PAGE?
That Gaius Baltar joke though. Honestly, bravo.
User avatar #101 to #100 - ewowo (04/19/2013) [-]
Someone rolled my username on a peanut butter jelly thread.
User avatar #92 - fayyzor (11/11/2012) [-]
Won't let me reply to you on there anymore.
And I've seen itttt c:
User avatar #93 to #92 - ewowo (11/11/2012) [-]
I'm European. I have to download it still.
User avatar #94 to #93 - fayyzor (11/11/2012) [-]
Oh D:
User avatar #95 to #94 - ewowo (11/11/2012) [-]
Indeed.
User avatar #96 to #95 - fayyzor (11/12/2012) [-]
Get it yet?! :D
User avatar #97 to #96 - ewowo (11/12/2012) [-]
Yes, but I decided to rewatch season 2 with my sister first. She hasn't seen it yet, and then we cans tart s3 together.
User avatar #98 to #97 - fayyzor (11/14/2012) [-]
B'aaaaaaw :3 cutie
User avatar #99 to #98 - ewowo (11/14/2012) [-]
Lol
#90 - anonymous (11/05/2012) [-]
white knight
you aint getting no kitty
with that attidude.
User avatar #91 to #90 - ewowo (11/05/2012) [-]
Dude, what the **** ? The girl wouldn't even see the damn comment. Also I'm not defending her. I don't give a **** about her. I'm just saying the guy's a douche.
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