yeah they haven’t been in the UK very long. it’s so weird, because I’ve heard of them but never seen them, and then suddenly, there they are.
I know right?
It was like the day that I suddenly started seeing Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
That all sounds horrible, and I offer *hugs* for you. It sounds like things are better and getting better though, which is excellent. :)
It was and is most certainly getting better, I will gladly accept the hugs, thank you :)
i love you, dude.
I love you too.
I’m very particular about the words I use to describe attractiveness. I tend to like guys that are ‘pretty’ or ‘handsome’ rather than guys that are ‘cute’. Some people seem to use these things interchangeably, but not me.
Good man, well it’s just preferences either way but I agree with you.
Cute for some reason reminds me of children I think. Maybe that’s why.
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I have no constructive advice, but *hugs* pour vous. ):
Like I said I’m sure they’ll all work themselves out and hopefully my dad is fine but, I dunno, it’s all gotten a bit much tonight.
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That’s a difficult question about the capitalisation of acronyms. If it’s being quoted in speech and you’re pronouncing the word as a word and not by individual letters and it’s in the middle of a sentence I would say it could be written lower case
If it’s at the beginning of a sentence or pronounced ‘Y-O-L-O’ I would say caps. Internet abbreviations are a difficult one anyway as ‘wtf’ and ‘brb’ aren’t usually capatalised (unless abiding by full stop grammar rules).
I think it can be okay. You wouldn’t object to ‘scuba diving’ would you?
Hmm, I guess you’re both right. I’m glad I asked really, my school didn’t really teach me much about grammar, though perhaps I missed that lesson. I only learned that you should capitalise I’s when I went to Sixth Form.
I take it back :)
(and obviously flutes are a different matter altogether, damn hipsters)
Or I .. uhh. Won’t know what to do!
you sort of put your bottom lip over your teeth under the reed and breath like you’re saying the letter T. My tonguing (haha, music terms) needs practice, but I can do it.
Which sounds a lot more difficult than doing extreme pursed lips and blowing raspberries but far more different to what I’ve tried doing in the past. The next time I’m faced with a flute I’ll know what to do!