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Es ist zeit für rache !!
- Holy ****!
That water did him a HUGE favor by moving him over like that
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- Stop, you're scaring me.
reading 500 wpm
- Chicken's fw
KFC ain't got nothing on me
Somebody should tell him roosters don't have penises.
Basically all birds aside from ducks, geese and swans basically have lesbian sex.
Well I'm not exactly a bird sex expert.
But. Uh, let's see.
Apparently, waterfowl only have penises because it's so difficult for them to mate the normal way. Otherwise, all other birds just have a cloaca and internal testes, so it's basically like mashing two vaginas together and the male ejaculates.
As far as animal sex goes, it's kind of...bland. Some are just plain dumbfounding, like, say...hyenas, some spiders, octopi...even snakes.
Animals are weird.
- Purpler is correct, Word is right to suggest it.
Come on, Word…
it could be "they were more purple than they were blue" which would make more sense in my opinion.
"The were purpler than they were blue."
That would be grammatically correct though.
right but it would still be a better option than that from a writing perspective, and it wouldn't be wrong.
No, it wouldn't. A college English professor would catch that. Especially in written English, grammar is more important than how it sounds.
"That flower had a more purple hue than that other flower."
"That flow had a purpler hue than that other flower."
Not only is the second sentence grammatically correct, for someone who is lazy, it is also somewhat shorter.
The only reason purpler sounds strange is because it is one of the few multi-syllabic words that has that comparative form, generally it is "more + word."
well that's an example where that sounds better, because that's comparing one flower to another, but when you're comparing one descriptive aspect to another, like "that flower was more purple than it was blue" you're giving the same message as "it was purpler than it was blue" but
and this is solely from a perspective of what sounds better syntactically, not what is correct from any written rule of grammar
I feel like you'd want to keep a uniformity in that clause, like keeping 'purple' and 'blue' both in the same form. It rolls with the sentence better and gives a more solid impression of comparison in my opinion.
I'm not saying it's more right than the other, I'm only saying that in my opinion it sounds better, and wouldn't be wrong. Again, just my opinion, I never meant that I was 100% correct and you weren't.
Even if purpler is correct, it doesn't mean that more purple is incorrect. You can always use that option.
Saltier, more salty
Gayer, more gay
Softer, more soft
This is how you know...
- I feel it Bobby.
- Wasn't ready for that ending :C
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