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    why are you people being such Tough asses about grammar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timebeast View Post
    Actually dumbass, you CAN start a sentence with "and" but it is only allowed under certain circumstances which also happen to be rare. I was correct in starting my sentence with "and," thank you very much. Why did you highlight the word "tough?" Never heard it before, I assume?

    Tough adj. pronounced "tuff"
    1. One who is strong; stands up for others
    "Wow, he sure is tough to stand up to that bully."

    2. Good for you; bully for you; that's nice.
    "His dad died."

    "Tough shit, I never knew my dad."

    Synonyms are macho, and strong.

    Wow, your grammer is good, Maby you are good at correcting people. Well we all have our things then.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gourav2122 View Post
    why are you people being such Tough asses about grammar
    so we won't all type like dumbasses like *cough* Gourav *cough*

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