Or so I’m guessing. It has Josh so I don’t imagine they will post it late. As its one of those big episodes
Getting its and it’s right is probably the hardest point of grammar.
I wasn’t even paying attention. I just type it and let autocorrect do its thing
Is it? I’ve always found it to be relatively straight forward… but maybe that’s just me.
6 or 7 pm Eastern!
I just had one of those unicorn drinks and I didn’t not like it but I didn’t love it. In short: I did not feel the magic and I did not taste the rainbow. I might have magical beetus now, though.
Magical Beetus is the worst.
What in the world?
I had to ask one of my little brothers to translate ‘beetus’ for me. I do not speak young people.
I had to Google it…
I don’t speak young people. But I’m guessing it’s diabetes
That’s what Google said.
I’m a young people at 28?? Thanks middle school youth group leading for keeping me young for the last 6years! Woot!
You use the word “lit”, so yes, you get bundled with the “young people”
Young people is in quotation marks because it’s not all young people (I don’t speak like that) fit into the young people category.
The first time I heard a kid say lit I asked him if it was an abbreviation for legit. I’m still not entirely sure one way or the other.
Hmm… I never thought of that.
I thought it meant legit too!! I was confused because legit is an already shortened version of legitimate.
I know! There’s only so many syllables you can drop before a word loses all meaning.
Which is usually abbreviated to exive.
Thnks fr th mmrs
(…I’ve only heard that song once)
Is ‘mmrs’ memories? I’m lost.
I only heard like the last minute of the song…but I’ve seen a lot of references to it
My sister likes FOB, I’m indifferent and don’t listen to them much
Oket. (It’s short for Okay, Poulet.)
(Which means it just sort of sounds like you’re saying okay when you say it aloud).
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