Originally Posted by EvilCheeseWedge
EvilCheeseWedge's Lesson of the Day (tm): When you use quotation marks " " you are relating to us the words of what somebody else has said. It is usually to wise to put words that the person being quoted actually said
in between those quotation marks.
Tomorrow's lesson will be on drawing conclusions. Wednesday we'll learn why calling people "bigots" without backing it up does nothing to strengthen an argument.
Oo! Oo! Can Thursday's lesson be why not to bang a chick while she's on the rag if you faint at the sight of blood?
I could DIIIIIIIIE! Or worse, DIIIIIIIIIIIIE!