Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kelnet, Sep 12, 2017.
My head is going to explode.
No one vs. Noone.
"No more" is good if you want to slum it, i.e., "I'm not doing that no more"
Or if you want to be all gothic, "Nevermore."
I don't think I can read any more of these "anymore" threads anymore.
No mo' any moe.
Yes you can!
Yes anymore has become a thing.
Swits and spurs, swits and spurs!
You see it alot these days...
I think it's alright.
Whatever makes you happy Kel.
No point talking spelling or grammar on the internet, mate! Exploding heads everywhere!
I'll bet you read everyone of them, with a red pencil in hand. (I couldn't help it)
Any more refers to quantities - "I don't want to buy any more pickles."
Anymore refers to time, similar to "any longer" - "I don't want to buy pickles anymore"
Courtesy of you local grammer police (misspell intentional, thank you)
Don't sell yourself short!
A couple wraps of duck tape around your head helps contain explosions, any one can do it.
Correct gammer has it's place, but this is the internet gosh dam it. Now repeat after me.
I ain't gunna read none of them "anymore" threads no more.
Q: When is a door not a door?
A: When it's ajar.