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I would like to mention that my French teacher (who was born and raised to the age of thirty in Chartres and can therefore claim to be truly French) calls French independence day "le quatorze julliet" or "the fourteenth of July" as opposed to "Bastille Day." It`s not a stupid American thing to do, so please don`t act like it is. The people in the country are celebrating a specific DAY they feel needs to be remembered. Along the same line, you wouldn`t say "Today is the day terrorists flew planes into buildings in the US in 2001." you would say, "Today is September 11."
Learn your language then "English nerds". Complimentary does NOT mean "without charge", that`s COMPLEMENTARY, because it complements (goes with) something else. COMPLIMENT is to give or receive compliments, that is, nice words. Just because 99% of the ads you watch use the wrong word, doesn`t make it correct.
Complimentary in this sense meaning without charge.Complementary in this sense meaning... going with? Doesn`t really work that much.
Sorry, English nerd here.
(Taken from a previous IAB post)
Otherwise, that`s effing nasty and I hope that woman doesn`t have a job at Panda Express anymore.
Aye, "Hey man it`s the fourth of July" Heeey no shiiiit!! Really?? You know what day it is! Good for you!! Would you like a cookie?
mabye (lets hope) its revenge for a CERTAIN person ;)
[quote]Da da dum da da dum de dah Grammar Nazi rides off into the sunset having saved us all once again[/quote]
BUT YES, picture is pretty freaking gross, I hope that her boss sees this!
You were the victim of "Disgusting Dominoes People", weren`t you?
Maybe she`s gonna spaz out.Maybe she`s gonna throw-up.
That looks like a fail way of spitting. It looks weird.
Picture needs true background story and not be open-ended for us to think the wtf`s.
I Am Disappoint