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tahutoa
Just a Wario Fan
Just a Wario Fan
@tahutoa Okay, now you're just asking for it. :)
CaptainDrewBoy
CaptainDrewBoy
You spelt 'week' 'wheek'.
Just a Wario Fan
Just a Wario Fan
Ah well. I usually check my posts for spelling errors before posting them, but not always. So if you see one, please don't be a grammar nazi and realise that this could happen to anyone. Also, I mainly use British spelling, which can be different from the spelling you usually see online.
tahutoa
tahutoa
I'm pretty sure he's at that age where kids are super grammar Nazis because they have yet to comprehend just how little some people will care about certain things. As far as I know, it's the phase that directly follows the maybe two-years (maximum) gap of normalcy following the Capitalizing Every Word Because It Feels Better And More Correct For Some Reason And Looks More "Right" For God Knows Why phase (It's really weird but I swear to God it's always the same age group that does this shit. When I was about 10, I would've been about 12 maturity-wise, and I was doing that shit in ROBLOX text chat. Fast forward a few years, I glance at my brother-- who was now my previous age-- playing ROBLOX and he's doing it, fast forward another couple years, I glance over (he just likes ROBLOX, what Kenya do), and some other moron's doing it now. I don't know why, but it is DEFINITELY a thing.)

In response to the British spelling thing: so does he. Notice also how he placed the period after the quotation marks, which few Americans do. Also note the usage of single quotes instead of double quotes for the words used-- in my experience, single quotes tend to be used for 'approximate' quotations (case in point), where you're operating off of memory or trying to explain something using terms that aren't exactly on point for whatever the hell concept's descriptors are, but none the less get the job done, meanwhile double quotes are reserved for exact duplications of the original thing said. Uhhhhh I'm not sure how far off I am, I usually learn all my shit about grammar and vocabulary through connotation and experience, but I'm pretty sure that's right. I don't even know if this is an English thing he's doing here, as I've not seen the way UK schools go about the whole "quotes" thing, but I sure as hell ain't seen any 'Murican's using single quotes to denote a word is being used as a proper noun.

All in all, though, it is a pretty wheek thing to kick a fuss over :jokeydokeys:
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