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Fine. Continue to be grammatically incorrect.
Bekll: I shall agree to disagree.
Mostly due to the fact that I am Chat Mod here at IAB and I have users running to PM me about this nonsense can`t we all just agree to disagree? If not, find me in IAB`s chat. This thread has become WAY off topic.
I did. What you said was incorrect.
Well, I found the picture funny!
That is incorrect USFEmoGirl. He needn`t quote an entire title for it to count as the title. He quoted what was in the title. Thus, he put the period outside the quotations.
At least someone out there knows what I`m talking about.
Devi: It doesn`t make anyone intelligent - it just makes us educated and knowledgeable in that apsect.
Also, flame war over from myside. Back to that badass chef! Hm... wonder if I could hire him for some catering.
This is far more awesome. X3
Ah, so that`s what that is? I just assumed he was really clumsy and managed to slice his face a bit. :P
who`s this bloody donkey-cow?
Sorry, I think hoity toity, I`m-so-f*cking-better-than-you grammar nazis are some of the most annoying creatures on the face of the planet.
Just because you did the same thing with the English language and a dictionary doesn`t mean you`re intelligent."
Actually PEEBOY, it does.
Remember, kids -- a guy with an IQ of 90 can learn the intricacies of a sport AND memorize a 900+ page playbook, given some time.
Just because you did the same thing with the English language and a dictionary doesn`t mean you`re intelligent.
And I laughed at the grammar war I accidenly started. I apoligise. I wasn`t even concerned with the grammar itself, I just thought he shouldn`t kill our lulz by trying to be correct, saying he isn`t the most awesome chef ever and that he just has a knife for a hand; which in his book isn`t cool.
And USFEmogirl"Heil Grammatik"
USFEmoGirl: I guess I should`ve checked his quote properly. Well, he did kinda state the title in a different way. Wouldn`t that still mean the punctuation goes outside? Just curious.
Shadow: Slugs, wasn`t quoting a title of anything. . . so again - the punctuation should have been inside of the quotation marks. If he was attempting to quote the link`s title it should have been, "Most Bad-Assed Chef Ever" - not what he put. :-)
Thinking the same thing.
The period, question mark or exclamation mark ALWAYS goes INSIDE quotations. Please, click this link and remember: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
This chef is completely badass!!! He would win EVERY cooking competition!
It looks more like the original photo has been laminated (or covered in plastic of some sort) & there`s a bubble or something similar running along the width of the photo. No oxygen tube stops halfway across your face.
This dude would own the iron chef.
The period goes after the word "chef"? No, slugs was correct. It goes outside the quotations. *laughs*
Since you want to be correct about anything and kill our lulz, the period goes inside the quotations.
its a mean piece of equipment that could easily do that to someone careless.. ...good times in the kitchen!
I need to become a chef.
Oh... yeah, yeah I suppose you wouldn`t want to piss him off either.
(to melissa921 i think its a stream of light)