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|#107 - Told my boyfriend about this story just now. He asked "Wh… [+] (4 new replies)||06/18/2014 on Seem that the parents are...||+2|
#132 - nurucio (06/18/2014) [-]
Nah, he wouldn't lie about that. He faps and I know it, better than bugging the crap out of me when I'm not in the mood.
I also said "I'll give you a hint. Four letter word. Starts with p, ends with n." "OH! Yeah I know who that is." He isn't a huge fan of her. He doesn't hate her, but isn't his favorite person.
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|#18 - "I just used a thesaurus to find alternate words to make …||06/18/2014 on Please...||+7|
|#11 - She's a bible humper, don't expect intelligence.||06/18/2014 on Science||0|
|#218 - Chuckle as he shoots the dog in the face, then bake him cookies.||06/18/2014 on What Would You Do ???||+1|
|#15 - My favorite part is the lack of ***** given by ev…||06/18/2014 on Bro-Defensive Mechanism||0|
|#6 - Child holding the beer looks like she wants to die. Assuming t…||06/17/2014 on i'm the king||0|
|#43 - Vaguely related, my boyfriend used to playing AC3 at my house.…||06/17/2014 on description||-1|
|#23 - No problem (:||06/17/2014 on Best response from a GM||+1|
|#21 - Correct. Not 100% sure why that's one of the words used to des… [+] (2 new replies)||06/17/2014 on Best response from a GM||+1|
|#34 - Very true.||06/17/2014 on Mistake||0|
|#19 - I had a stalker on WoW once, he literally found me on every si… [+] (4 new replies)||06/17/2014 on Best response from a GM||+2|
|#11 - NABOORU! One of my favorite Zelda characters ever||06/17/2014 on poor gannon||0|
|#55 - Uhhhm, YouTube I guess? It was like a year ago. Here,…||06/17/2014 on Giant Japanese Hornets||0|
|#50 - I remember watching a documentary about a whole swarm of bees … [+] (3 new replies)||06/17/2014 on Giant Japanese Hornets||0|
|#18 - First I thought this was a real baby. Was disappointed to find…||06/17/2014 on Who wants some cake?||+1|
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|#15 - I think it's pretty much what you said. "Hanged,… [+] (1 new reply)||06/17/2014 on Mistake||0|
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|#9 - I've always wondered why a hanging, as in killing someone, was… [+] (17 new replies)||06/17/2014 on Mistake||0|
#40 - fuckyosixtyminutes (06/18/2014) [-]
"His incessant licking of his lips was becoming very irritating."
licking - abstract noun. the action of licking
becoming - verb. along with the auxiliary verb "was" forms a past progressive tense verb.
irritating - adjective modifying "licking", a noun
Yes, some verbs' gerunds are more commonly used as adjectives or nouns than others, but the same rules and uses apply to them all.
#43 - IamSofaKingdom (06/18/2014) [-]
Also it still isn't a traditional noun in the example. It seems a stretch to call it so. I would still categorize it as a verb in this case since, "lips" is clearly the noun and incessant is an adjective modifying the word "licking which is the action being taken on the noun.
#46 - fuckyosixtyminutes (06/19/2014) [-]
No, modify is the grammatical term too. Adjectives and adverbs are modifiers. Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns. Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives and adverbs. And yes, gerunds of any verb can be nouns or adjectives. This is not open to interpretation or any sort of complicated theory, it's just basic middle school grammar.
"Lips" is also a noun (not "THE noun" as you said; there can be more than one, nouns are probably the least restricted parts of speech), but it's the object of a preposition. It's not the direct object of "licking".
This is alreayd overcomplicating it though. Incessant is an adjective, and it modifies the word licking. Same goes for "the" an article adjective modifying licking. It's plain therefore that licking is acting as a noun.
Since you seem to be so confused by "lips", let's try another example: "The incessant clapping was becoming very irritating". Verbs function the same as I noted on comment #40, replacing "licking" with "clapping".
#15 - nurucio (06/17/2014) [-]
I think it's pretty much what you said.
"Hanged, as a past tense and a past participle of hang, is used in the sense of “to put to death by hanging,” as in Frontier courts hanged many a prisoner after a summary trial. A majority of the Usage Panel objects to hung used in this sense. In all other senses of the word, hung is the preferred form as past tense and past participle, as in I hung my child’s picture above my desk."
Says a site found by Google. Still not 100% sure why they needed two different words, maybe because hanging a human is definitely different than hanging an object.
#10 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/17/2014) [-]
Because your mother is a whore
|#37 - I know that feeling. I don't go out and do errands very much. …||06/17/2014 on Art students + Tidying +...||+1|
|#218 - Agreed.||06/14/2014 on Trailer in comments||0|
|#216 - I'm not sure if I should thank you for that, haha [+] (2 new replies)||06/14/2014 on Trailer in comments||0|