Discussion in 'Shave School' started by LevelupShaves, Jan 12, 2018.
Thanks for some great words.
Why don't we take a pic of a mayo packet, start a thread, and see what happens....?
Really, saying something in Shaving is wrong is like saying someone took the wrong route from Philadelphia to Sacramento. Well they got there right? So how was it wrong? There are so many different ways. At some point you have to just admit that it's your opinion. E.G. You don't like bowl lathering, well that doesn't make those whom do wrong...
What videos? On YouTube? What channel are you?
But still wouldn't be wrong...
Or maybe we could start a post about silly made up TV Advertising words. The type that those of us who no longer watch TV would have no clue the meaning. I really did have to look up "Dilly Dilly".
I was being facetious.
Two wrongs don’t make a right but three left turns do.
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Word and phrase usage goofs were things we poked fun at, and now I pick up where they left off .
Should be "at which we poked fun. Now, I ...."
you too? Yeah, I know. I should have copied the logic of my old avatar buddy Win Churchill, who would never end a sentence with a preposition.
I was just jumping on the bandwagon with the comma splice. The ending with a preposition doesn't bother me and is becoming accepted.
So was I...
That may be, but to quote from Churchill himself. "That is something up with which I shall not put". I guess you could say Churchie and are old-school...(that is...Churchie WAS old school, and I am).
It's always been an odd "rule" (and often argued against) because it is imposing Latin grammar on a Germanic language. Germanic languages can not only end a sentence with a preposition, but it's often the required position for a preposition in certain cases.
Well, I never knew about the historic aspect of it. I also never studied Latin.
Well, now you have something for your next cocktail party.
it'll have to be non-alcoholic, but I do admit to being a history buff, and that of our language is no exception.
Is this were someone mentions the great roast penguin being served? I don't want to miss that part.....did I miss it yet?
Cocktail party not barbecue
Separate names with a comma.