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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/15/06 10:31 AM
Re: Didn't you read the subject line? Oh wait, no new [re: Monkeyboy]  

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simply that nobody really knows who anybody is when they are online.


What rubbish you do spout, I know quite a lot of the people personally who are online here, you really ought to trust others more, but alas you are a neurotic and paranoid american, sad git.




London Bye Ta-Ta...

Monkeyboy
(band intro)
02/15/06 01:38 PM
Re: Didn't you read the subject line? Oh wait, no new [re: diamondogz74]  

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I know quite a lot of the people personally who are online here, you really ought to trust others more, but alas you are a neurotic and paranoid american, sad git.


How is it that people find this simple fact so hard to wrap their minds around: unless you actually see a person posting somthing in person, you really don't know who posted it. It's amazing to me how this simple idea has been twisted around to become indicative of some sort of paranoia on my part. This is simply a "tree falling in the forest" sort of speculation. There isn't that much more to it.

"I was borned in england." - b_mardle

Persilot
(stardust savant)
02/15/06 02:30 PM
Re: The most annoying Brit new [re: Persilot]  

Enough of this madness....

And the winner is DD74 with 16 votes. Congratulations I hearby pronounce you the most annoying BRITON.

"Better dead, than smeg."

b_mardIe
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/15/06 02:32 PM
Re: The most annoying Brit new [re: Persilot]  

oh well congratulations ant

the best man won

there is always next year

I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


JamieSim
(crash course raver)
02/15/06 02:45 PM
Re: The most annoying Brit new [re: Persilot]  

Close call.


1000 posts when do i get my prize

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/15/06 03:28 PM
Re: The most annoying Brit new [re: Persilot]  


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And the winner is DD74 with 16 votes. Congratulations I hearby pronounce you the most annoying BRITON.


Thank you Percy

I would like to thank all the people who made this possible, special love and admiration to my soulmate MonkeyBoy, also many thanks to the darling Nom and uncle Tom Cobbly and all.

Please share the malteasers amongst yourselves, wouldn't want to come across as piggy now would I.


In reply to:

How is it that people find this simple fact so hard to wrap their minds around: unless you actually see a person posting somthing in person, you really don't know who posted it


True when it comes to alters, but I do know who is posting and I do know the majority of people who reply and PM me are real people, you have to trust people Dan.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

poopicraft
(wide eyed peeploid)
02/15/06 05:58 PM
Re: The most annoying Brit new [re: diamondogz74]  

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I would like to thank...and uncle Tom Cobbly and all.


That’d be Old Uncle Tom Cobley, you clueless, most annoying, Kraut.

'Ullo John! Gotta New Motor?

poopicraft
(wide eyed peeploid)
02/15/06 06:16 PM
Re: Didn't you read the subject line? Oh wait, no new [re: Arlequino]  

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As we're on the topic, would it be worth noting that "Telling the truth for once." is a fragmented sentence?


As I understand it - and as it says here - a fragmented sentence is one that is incomplete.

In order for a sentence to be complete, it must contain a noun and a verb. In other words, a complete sentence will contain a subject and what the subject does. The noun is the person, place or thing that is the subject. The verb is the action word that will tell you what the noun, or subject, is doing. For example, "The dog is walking fast." This sentence gives you a subject, the dog, and tells you what the dog is doing, which is walking fast.

Since 96dbFreak’s sentence contains both a verb/action word, "telling", and a noun/subject, "the truth", how exactly is it fragmented?

'Ullo John! Gotta New Motor?

jump93
(electric tomato)
02/15/06 06:57 PM
Re: Didn't you read the subject line? Oh wait, no new [re: poopicraft]  

I nominate myself for most ignored brit

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guiltpuppy
(cracked actor)
02/16/06 03:16 AM
Re: Didn't you read the subject line? Oh wait, no new [re: poopicraft]  

In reply to:

Since 96dbFreak’s sentence contains both a verb/action word, "telling", and a noun/subject, "the truth", how exactly is it fragmented?



"The truth" is not the subject of that sentence, it's the object. It's still an incomplete sentence.




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