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#29 - mewis
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(01/02/2013) [-]
#34 to #29 - anon
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Doesn't an apostrophe followed by the letter "s" refer to ownership rather than implying that the word "is" follow the word the apostrophe and "s" is attached to?

There is nothing more comfortable
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than sleeping while someone gets ready for work.
#44 to #34 - lightningunicorn
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(01/02/2013) [-]
You're one of those asshole who uses the wrong "your" and "their", aren't you?
#39 to #34 - anon
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noun /əˈpästrəfē/ 
apostrophes, plural

A punctuation mark (used to indicate either possession or the omission of letters or numbers.