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    #11

    Re: i need the right grammar for a tattoo!

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    What a mistaken region you're living in, Snowcake.
    It should read, Every day is not a Sunday. Everyday is an adjective used before a noun only (one word).



    Oops!



    Yes, every day is not Sunday, even in my head the 'sun' doesn't always shine. lol

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    #12

    Smile Re: i need the right grammar for a tattoo!

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowcake View Post


    Oops!



    Yes, every day is not Sunday, even in my head. lol
    Speaking of the days of the week - Sunday is my favourite!

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    #13

    Re: i need the right grammar for a tattoo!

    Really?

    Sundays can be very boring. At least I don't like these typical German(?) Sundays with all the people spending their time with humdrum activities.

    I loved Sundays when I was child - lovely trips, and ice-cream was much cheaper at that time.

    Ok, Sundays are ok (or perhaps better than ok) - depending on how you usually spend your time.

    Probably I can't see a big difference to the other days of the week because I can't really stop working for more than a few hours.

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