To Whoever Took My Clothes From The Dryer [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Funny

Revenge is a dish best served in public, on campus if possible.
There are 11 comments:
Female 9,475
This is when the bleach really comes in handy.
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Female 1,324
Since we were in a tiny school and only have two each it wasn`t uncommon for people to move other`s laundry for them. Unfortunately this happened a couple times. And unfortunately it was way below freezing for half the school year. HAH!
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Male 10,855
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Male 251
What`s worse is when some self-righteous non-nice individual decides that removing their clothes from the dryer for them and placing the clothing in said person`s basket after having waited over a 1/2 hour for said person to do so themself is somehow a breach in some laundry code, giving them reason enough to put a full can of soda in the dryer with the other persons clothing, while running.
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Male 2,988
@MacGuffin: its not often i agree with you, but calling out the grammar nazi, well, i`ll be siding with you on this one (i dont even care if you are right to be honest, i just hate the pretentious grammar nazis)
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Male 37,697
VV Nifty way to tell what`s correct @MacGuffin!
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Female 2,602
[quote]*whomever[/quote]

He was right, you`re wrong. If you can re-structure a sentence using "him" and it still makes grammatical sense, you may use "whom" or "whomever". If you can`t do that then "who" or "whoever" is the appropriate word to use. In this case "him took my clothes out of the dryer" isn`t grammatically correct, but "he took my clothes out of the dryer" is. Hence, "whoever" is appropriate.

If you`re going to be a Grammar Nazi, at least make sure you get it right, dude.
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Male 11,740
Yes, this is well deserved. Once I had someone do that to me, but I wasn`t as nice. I dumped them outside in a trashcan.
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Male 2,058
*whomever
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Male 17,512
Touche!
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Male 20,111
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