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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Grammar doesn't need walks when it's raining.
    Good point!

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    #22
    Not all grammars need a poop scoop.

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not all grammars need a poop scoop.
    Ah, but some people's grammar is poop.


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    #24
    I'm sorry to be a wet blanket. But i don't catch the meanings TDOL and Mike were talking about. Would you pls give me a hint?

    sabrina

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    rammar doesn't need walks when it's raining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not all grammars need a poop scoop.
    Ah, but some people's grammar is poop.

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    #25
    Mike suggested that dogs are better than grammar because they can show affection. I then started listing the chores associated with dogs that grammars don't require, like walks to the park.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Mike suggested that dogs are better than grammar because they can show affection. I then started listing the chores associated with dogs that grammars don't require, like walks to the park.
    HAHAHAHAHA, interesting. Now I got the first part.

    The "sensei" said "Ah, but some people's grammar is poop." I don't get it. Is there any sarcasm here?


    sabrina

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Mike suggested that dogs are better than grammar because they can show affection. I then started listing the chores associated with dogs that grammars don't require, like walks to the park.
    HAHAHAHAHA, interesting. Now I got the first part.

    The "sensei" said "Ah, but some people's grammar is poop." I don't get it. Is there any sarcasm here?


    sabrina
    Indeed there was. It means that some people use bad grammar when they speak and write. That was not aimed at you students. :wink:


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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Mike suggested that dogs are better than grammar because they can show affection. I then started listing the chores associated with dogs that grammars don't require, like walks to the park.
    HAHAHAHAHA, interesting. Now I got the first part.

    The "sensei" said "Ah, but some people's grammar is poop." I don't get it. Is there any sarcasm here?


    sabrina
    Indeed there was. It means that some people use bad grammar when they speak and write. That was not aimed at you students. :wink:

    Oh I see. Thanks for kindly explanation. I just got lost in your humor.

    sabrina :wink:

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by "blacknomi

    Oh I see. Thanks for kindly explanation. I just got lost in your humor.

    sabrina :wink:
    Some attempts at humor work better than others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by "blacknomi

    Oh I see. Thanks for kindly explanation. I just got lost in your humor.

    sabrina :wink:
    Some attempts at humor work better than others.


    Mike, did the lion lick your face? :D

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