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I'm-DID YOU MEAN 'I ARE' ??

SEE. when i dont type 'AM', it looks wrong, even if it isn't. so. clearly i gave the whole proper grammar thing a try, but even microsoft word doesnt like it. =p

Kar wrote:

SEE. when i dont type 'AM', it looks wrong, even if it isn't. so. clearly i gave the whole proper grammar thing a try, but even microsoft word doesnt like it. =p

I don't like Georgia font.

At least she isn't using comic sans.

[font=comic sans ms]inb4shelearnsofthedevilsfontandstartsusingit[/font]

[font=comic sans ms]Come on, guise, it isn't so bad.  :troll:[/font]

[font=comic sans ms]Google Chrome? God damnit Kar.[/font]  :plsgo:

lmao. no, there MAY have been a brief period in like grade 7 where i used comic sans on msn, but that didnt last long, its pretty awful. the guy i liked in grade 8 always used to use it though..

georgia is ma favouriiiiite font. thats the one i always use =]

i actually take my fonts quite seriously. i used to spend soo long going through the fonts on msn and comparing them to each other and how text emoticons looked in each font etc. cause it was fun. shh.

alsooo, i DID use firefox, but then it killed itself and no longer will work on my computer. so it was either chrome or explorer ive gotten used to chrome though its not that bad =P

windows 97?

was there a windows 97? o.O

but no lmao windows XP

Kar wrote:
was there a windows 97? o.O

but no lmao windows XP

.> that came out in 2001, why not get something more recent? Alot of things coming out won't support XP

isnt XP like crazy new? well hold on. we got this computer when i was like. in grade 8.. oh. maybe thats not that new. =S

idk. in the fall laptops usually go on sale, if i dont spend all my money in edmonton/the states then i was thinking of getting one.

unfortuneately, seeing as my mother is um.. well i'd have to be super sneaky about it, buy it and hide it from her and keep it in my room and then deny the hell out of it. X___<

Kar wrote:
isnt XP like crazy new?

:plsgo:

[quote author=Kar'Rina link=topic=3117.msg39035#msg39035 date=1278910106]
isnt XP like crazy new? well hold on. we got this computer when i was like. in grade 8.. oh. maybe thats not that new. =S

idk. in the fall laptops usually go on sale, if i dont spend all my money in edmonton/the states then i was thinking of getting one.

unfortuneately, seeing as my mother is um.. well i'd have to be super sneaky about it, buy it and hide it from her and keep it in my room and then deny the hell out of it. X___<

:damnit:

[quote author=Kar'Rina link=topic=3117.msg38993#msg38993 date=1278833207]
[img width=700 height=503]http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k34/kar11325/iare-1.jpg[/img]

SEE. when i dont type 'AM', it looks wrong, even if it isn't. so. clearly i gave the whole proper grammar thing a try, but even microsoft word doesnt like it. =p

Bus, like phone, is not a verb. Fucking Canadians.

TheFinisher wrote:
[quote author=Kar'Rina link=topic=3117.msg38993#msg38993 date=1278833207]
[img width=700 height=503]http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k34/kar11325/iare-1.jpg[/img]

SEE. when i dont type 'AM', it looks wrong, even if it isn't. so. clearly i gave the whole proper grammar thing a try, but even microsoft word doesnt like it. =p

Bus, like phone, is not a verb. Fucking Canadians.

Those damn bussing places i like to bus home from, they bus my ass all over canada bussingly.  :troll:

___< BUS can be used as a verb!! like 'hey, lets bus there!' 'i like bussing!' EVERYBODY USES IT AS A VERB. except for you guys. i guess. BUT IT CAN BE A VERB. >_<

[quote author=Kar'Rina link=topic=3117.msg40453#msg40453 date=1283912309]

___< BUS can be used as a verb!! like 'hey, lets bus there!' 'i like bussing!' EVERYBODY USES IT AS A VERB. except for you guys. i guess. BUT IT CAN BE A VERB. >_<

:rage: My face when she might be right..

http://www.merriam-webster.com wrote:
bus noun, often attributive \ˈbəs\
a large motor vehicle designed to carry passengers usually along a fixed route according to a schedule

bus verb
intransitive verb
1: to travel by bus
2: to work as a busboy

transitive verb
1: to transport by bus
2 a : clear 4d
  b : to remove dirty dishes from

Canadians must have wrote this shit.

God I hate canadians.

The term bus is only acceptable as in "to bus a table"

or "to bus a nut" SKEET SKEET SKEET

AmbulanceParty wrote:
:rage: My face when she might be right..

http://www.merriam-webster.com wrote:
bus noun, often attributive \ˈbəs\
a large motor vehicle designed to carry passengers usually along a fixed route according to a schedule

bus verb
intransitive verb
1: to travel by bus
2: to work as a busboy

HA. SEE. i told you so. =) (lmao, i so rarely get to use that phrase) but um.. WHY the rage face? whats wrong with kar being right? >_O