The Best Post Ever

August 14, 2009 at 23:05 | Posted in Everything | 24 Comments

College orientation sucked. Not only did we have to listen to a hag for an hour, we also had to walk, when my foot felt like it was caving in around my leg.

Also, the G key on my keyboard is torn off. Woohoo.

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  1. No offence but what the fuck do we care?

  2. sigh.

  3. Zeon: It is a post that is just here for either comedy or filler. I got nothing to blog about lately.

    AKH: SIGH.

  4. “I got nothing to blog about lately.”

    I can see that. Gtfo the AKHlog.

  5. Thanks for the comment Zeon.

  6. LOL

  7. Youre welcome.

  8. I made a new post.

  9. Do you think I have not eyes to see?

  10. You should change your sentence structure (I know you are not English but that was just worded funny):
    _
    Do you think I can’t see with my own eyes?
    _
    Do you think I’m blind?
    _
    Do you think I’m a bloke?
    _
    Wait the last one doesn’t apply…

  11. Do you think I have not eyes to see? Is grammatically correct as far as Shakespeare is concerned.

  12. Shakespeare is Early Modern English.

  13. lol, that’s 1600s. They used “thou” back then. :l People laugh at you when you talk like that Zeon. XD

  14. I would have said old English, however, that’s also incorrect. It’s Early Modern English from the 1400’s if he is talking like Shakespeare! DOX!

  15. It is gramatically correct, therefore there is no need to change the sentence structure.

  16. “It’s Early Modern English from the 1400’s if he is talking like Shakespeare! DOX!”

    Wikipedia says 1500s to Early 1600s. :l

    Born: baptised 26 April 1564 (birth date unknown)
    Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England
    Died: 23 April 1616

  17. Lol Enox got pwned.

  18. No I did not. Wikipedia is not a reliable source for information.

    Also, even if he lived in a certain age, that does not mean that he used the grammar of the day. They may have still been speaking like they did in the late 1400’s.

  19. Unlikely.

  20. Wikipedia is not reliable.

  21. Who said it was?

  22. Analyze work by Shakespeare and study up on Early Modern English using books. No Internet, only books.

  23. “Analyze work by Shakespeare and study up on Early Modern English using books.”

    I have been doing so for the past 10 years.

  24. I bet you don’t know what type of English he uses. And if you say Old English, you are entirely wrong.


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