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But my new complex has a washer/dryer hook-up, so I`m seriously considering doing that.
I hate you fnkychkn.
Reason #472 I`m not popping out any kiddlets._______________________________________________
WOW...thrush is a harmless and pretty common, normally very young babies get it. It`s just and imbalance in their digestive system or they could have gotten it from the birth canal and it can be passed through breast feeding....You obviously have NEVER been around babies before and you`re right maybe you shouldn`t have kids if something like that freaks you out...
Yea, whoever did this was an non-nice individual...I hope he get what is coming to him/her!
This note is a bit old but still funny as hell.
Lets break it down for you simpletons. Someone came along before the dryer even STOPPED. that means it was still going and not sitting there for "18 hours". They were either being an ass and wanted the dryer or were just plain being an ass and STOPPED thr dryer in mid cycle and threw the clothes everywhere. She didn`t leave it there for hours on end.
And god forbid someone doesn`t want to sit in a small room watching there clothes cycle for an hour. I never do and I always am very prompt when i go to pick up my laundry. Just 2 bad experiences I had were when someone got there just a few minutes before me. Some people are just dicks.
Learnt is very much correct and accepted. However, I wouldn`t wander about, using learnt with people who aren`t used to it. It`ll sound a bit arrogant.
Sorry, I didn`t intend to come across as condenscending, but I would have deeper sorrow if you didn`t insult me for my age and intelligence. Clearly this doesn`t need to be an argument; How about a truce? :-) By the way, I learnt this years ago.
In mehh`s defense, learnt is just an alternate spelling of learned. I`m sure that you`ve said burnt instead of burned before.
AznFriday, thankyou for your condescending reply. I was in fact quoting. A grammar nazi such as yourself should be able to recognise this by observing that sentence was encompassed by inverted commas. I was actually stating my *confusion* over when "whom" applies in a sentence. Just because you just learnt this at school doesn`t give you permission to be patronising.
Stop being geeks about it, you geeks.
And how about that "seaher" instead of scatter.
And something about the way she wrote math is off.
Mrs. 25 posts, you, ma`am, stfu and leave my Groogle alone. XD
Maybe she shouldn`t have left her clothes in the dryer for 18 hours. If the other person had the time to do their entire laundry (wash and dry) before you noticed that someone got sick of waiting, then maybe you should focus more on laundry than writing lame notes.
I hate when people forget their damn laundry, I would have... nay, have done the same thing.
Also, the guy in the room next to mine died at Christmas, and someone downstairs got stabbed or slashed by his roommate, so he went outside and bled in the street until an ambulance came.
At a later date, I found said roommate at the front door at night, passed out cold. The front door had a combination lock. It was like he`d got halfway through putting in the code, stopped to have a piddle, and just collapsed. I called out an ambulance and the paramedics recognised him.
Seriously, if you ever have the option to live in a shared house, DON`T!
Still, we moved to our new place last month and all I can think is thank you jesus for insuite!!
I read "YCAST INFECTION" everytime I look at what`s written.
Sorry, mehh, you`re wrong. It`s a clause which acts as the object of the preposition. Normally, the object of the preposition would be an objective case pronoun(This is a letter to whomever.), but because this is a clause, it`s different. If you think of who as he and whom as him (as you would hear a middle school English teacher say), would it make sense to say, "Him violated my laundry"? No. You need whoever because it is the subject of the clause; "to" does not determine what case you use is this instance.
Basically, whomever acts as an object; whoever acts as a subject.
Yes, I`m paranoid.
how would a baby get that?
Its only confusing because technically, what this letter starts with isn`t a sentence, its half a sentence. Correctly, it should be "This is a message to whomever..." In this context, you can see that the `whomever` makes a lot more sense; however, the language being what it is, we can often drop entire clauses from sentences and still read them with the original intent.
I`ve always been confused about this. Surely the person they are talking about is the subject not the object. Or is it because the subject is implied that makes the word "whom" the object? Like, "To Tony whom it concerns"?
I recommend you do not wikipedia Oral Thrush.
anywho, cailin, that is a badass pic.
No, "whomever" is correct as the word "to" in English triggers the (almost redundant) dative case, of which the word "whom" is a remnant.
Shared laundry rooms can SUCK. Especially if you live in a building with douchebags, as she obviously does.
I had to deal with a situation like that once... SEVEN apartments had to share ONE washer and dryer, and there were two apartments occupied by assh*les. On more than one occasion, I put money in the dryer, started it, and came back 45 minutes later to find my still wet clothes in a pile on the floor... They didn`t even have the decency to put in their OWN money! I figured out who the two non-nice individuals were, and on three occasions dumped red or blue food coloring into the dryer when THEY were doing laundry.
They never found out it was me, and I was taking my clothes to a laundromat by then.
Hahaha. We should co-author a list and then we can sell the books and hopefully lower the world`s population.
Reason #472 I`m not popping out any kiddlets.