(I'm going to whisper, too -- "You forgot to capitalise Christmas." We can't criticise others English if ours is inaccurate, can we?)
I wish I didn't feel compelled to correct your punctuation usage on the word others. I believe there should be an apostrophe after the letter S.However, now I feel self-conscious as I'm not sure about whether or not I should have used quotation marks around the word others and the letter S.And again, I'm stumped whether or not I should have used the above punctuation in the above sentence!
I think the first commenter is using "others" as a plural (We can't criticize others - meaning, we can't criticize other people) rather than as a possessive (We can't criticize others' English)...but I digress. I am just impressed that this sign about the trolley used "your" and "you're" correctly!
oh, wait, maybe she did mean it as a possessive. Yeah, that should have had the apostrophe.
See, "Me", now aren't you embarrassed?
At least they spelled the contraction for "you are" correctly!!
That is brilliant. I love it. It's like, "You're going to need it ... for dead bodies!"
Do you think, being in quotations, that it's intended to be a quote from the Han Solo line in Return of the Jedi? "Good luck...you're gonna need it?"I think it's likely. ha
Great to see this post...thanks for sharing.....___________________MelvinEntertainment at one stop
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