Grammar'd. This is a description.. With the tts. utiful c@ nrm: at i' / lasd Hm a& aiders, ‘Wk aml salin.. Took me 5 minutes to figure it out.
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Grammar'd

Grammar'd. This is a description.. With the tts. utiful c@ nrm: at i' / lasd Hm a& aiders, ‘Wk aml salin.. Took me 5 minutes to figure it out.

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With the tts. utiful c@ nrm:
at i' / lasd Hm a& aiders, ‘Wk aml salin.
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#3 - roytmustang (08/19/2012) [-]
Took me 5 minutes to figure it out.
#21 - mainstreamusername (08/20/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Oh my God, I love you OP.
#37 - ashekjam (08/20/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Who gives a **** about an Oxford Coma? Not this guy
#14 - bigmanblue (08/19/2012) [+] (6 replies)
both of these sentences are incorrect for what they are displaying
the 1st
"we invited the strippers,JFK and Stalin"
this is correct if you mean that you invited some strippers as well as JFK and Stalin

the 2nd
" we invited the strippers; JFK and Stalin"
this implies you invited 2 strippers called JFK and Stalin
User avatar #18 to #14 - derpwolf (08/19/2012) [-]
That is incorrect. You can only use a semicolon to connect two sentences that would be full sentences on their own. It's used in place of other conjunctions, like 'and' or 'but'.
#12 - stalinbecrazy (08/19/2012) [-]
Well stalin be crazy!

#10 - lamerduck (08/19/2012) [+] (3 replies)
im no English scholar but im about 95% certain the second part should be
"Without the oxford coma:
we invented strippers; jfk and stalin"
#29 to #10 - comradewinter ONLINE (08/20/2012) [-]
I don't think it's correct to believe we "invented" strippers, JFK and Stalin.
User avatar #33 - corundum (08/20/2012) [-]
It really is a good idea do use that. A lot of people think it looks stupid, but things sound like there should be a comma there when it's spoken.
User avatar #23 - kinglobster (08/20/2012) [-]
Let's eat out, mom.
Let's eat out mom.
User avatar #24 - commentfavourer (08/20/2012) [-]
took me a while to figure out the strippers were stalin and jfk
i'm a ********
#51 - rainbowdashuh (08/20/2012) [+] (2 replies)
The second one should be using a semi-colon.
We invited the strippers; JFK and Stalin.
User avatar #55 to #51 - zigzagderpaderp (08/20/2012) [-]
Nope, you gotta use a colon. Semi-colons are use to separate independent clauses that are in the same sentence (e.g. "The dog went to sleep, and he woke up an hour later." can be written as "The dog went to sleep; he woke up an hour later."). Colons are used to start a list (e.g. "I have three sisters: Daphne, Rose, and Suzanne.")

My sophomore English teacher taught me well :3
#49 - elatedmonkey (08/20/2012) [-]
Finally! I'm not alone.
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#48 to #47 - WhattheNorris (08/20/2012) [-]
**WhattheNorris rolled a random image posted in comment #34 at Wizard wat **

I like stalin

the stripper
User avatar #19 - smokedmeatlog (08/20/2012) [+] (5 replies)
i thought you used a : not a , there
#22 to #19 - dolmandabean (08/20/2012) [-]
i thought semi-colon, as it's a start of a list? no?
User avatar #54 - JohnE (08/20/2012) [-]
I was taught you could use either one, but you can't use oxford commas in one paragraph of an essay, then not use it again. You have to be consistent on which form of commas you're using.
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#28 - tonythetiger (08/20/2012) [-]
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User avatar #8 - dakkenly (08/19/2012) [-]
If the words "Strippers, JFK, and Stalin" were all proper nouns, then strippers wouldn't be an adjective. That or you can just not put strippers first because it's ambiguous
#4 - bfandgfthumbwar (08/19/2012) [+] (4 replies)
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#6 to #5 - anonymous (08/19/2012) [-]
observational joke/pun based on interplay between comment and witty reply to comment
#1 - anonymous (08/19/2012) [-]
asdf
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