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  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:48pm

    5:36...the word is "leech"

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:07pm

    Fuckin dumbass 5:03. "Google says so"? Seriously? The english language will prove 'irregardless' to be redundant. Google says so....I wish I could punch you in the face right now.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:30pm

    5:07 hi it's 5:03! Supposably you could punch me in the face, but irregardless I would kick your ass. hahahaha

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:14pm

    Its supposedly not supposably

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      Submitted by Kr18 on Nov 10, 11 at 1:29am

      ...isnt that the point?

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:05pm

    Well if Google says so, it must be true.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 2, 09 at 11:19pm

    9:25... What verb or noun makes the sound 'punch' or 'slam'?

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:15pm

    It's supposedly, not supposably idiots.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:17pm

    Do you know the muffin man

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:12pm

    The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:19pm

    I feel your pain, some of my profs say "pacific" in place of "specific"...

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:15pm

    Merriam Webster identifies irregardless as a word, but a highly frowned upon word which does suggest ignorance. It is probably a blend of irrespective and regardless. And 5:07- the correct word is supposedly, there is no b or a in that word.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 10:06am

    3:04 I agree, but I believe that "prolly" is the worst mutation of probably.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:20pm

    7:13- Funny you're calling him a dumbass when you can't even correctly use "you're" or "too" in a sentence.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:16pm

    7:13......COLLAGE?!?!?! It's COLLEGE. Obviously you're not good enough for it

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 4:47pm

    I wish my advisors were smart enough to understand why that's a bad sign.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 9:41am

    I love that people can still appreciate the English language enough to care how it is spoken and written. These posts made my morning. Thank you!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 2, 09 at 2:23am

    I had a teacher that said "elaminated" in stead of "laminated." I feel your pain.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 1:28pm

    12:42 not everyone goes on a semester some people are quarterly

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:58pm

    My creative writing professor tried to convince me that slam and punch were onomatopoeias, not verbs... awesome.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:50pm

    i hate when people say supposably. it's a d, you dumb fuckwads. supposeDly

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 8:35pm

    It's not that we don't have anything better to do, just that we don't do those things. It probably is a problem but if it contributes to maintaining our sanity I say we keep doing it.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:01pm

    In Soviet Russia, classes drop YOU!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:01pm

    SUPPOSEDLY, not "supposably". To all those who think otherwise... Yay for education today :-/

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 1:21am

    If we are discussing these "things" so thouroughly I think they may now be words. There are some hard core keeners on this site. I think they may be the people you try to avoid sitting next to at parties.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:05pm

    supposably sounds like a 5 year old trying to sound smart.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 8:43pm

    haha well do what makes you happy then, I guess? :)

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:15pm

    7:10, great 30 Rock allusion!

  • 65 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:10pm

    Orange juice is better

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:22pm

    supposably its college but i no better than that obviously its collage stupid

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 10:07pm

    Oh yaaay! An intelligent TFLN. That is so funny. Props to you for dropping that class. There is no way i could sit in a class all semester listening to someone with a master's degree and no English skills. And to those of you who think "supposably" is a word, just so you know, "alot" isn't a word, and neither is "flustrated."

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 30, 09 at 8:15pm

    I went to school in america for about a month. In English class they actually had to tell everyone that "anyways" with an s is not a real word. NO FUCKING SHIT.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:15pm

    - "Supposably" IS a word, but I doubt your teacher was using it correctly. - "Irregardless" is an Americanized form of "regardless." It's the same case as "toward" and "towards." Americans are really the only people to use "towards." So even though both are correct, "irregardless" is simply redundant. Any questions?

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 11:14pm

    11:08- I don't know what dictionary you are using but physicality is most certainly a word.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 8:29pm

    Have you ever thought that perhaps it's a problem that you all have nothing better to do than insult one another on a website that is merely supposed to be funny? Just a thought :) Happy holidays!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 13, 09 at 9:49pm

    And it's people like that teaching the future leaders.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:05pm

    Dude. You guys are missing the point. Yeah, they're words, but usually teachers would frown upon saying them. Thus, the teacher in the OP's class is a total nimrod.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 1, 09 at 2:43am

    last semester my geography professor spent the 1st 20 min of class trying to convince us Iceland is not a country. She wasn't joking. It was a really long semester. Wish I had dropped

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 11:20pm

    Supposedly and supposably are both words meaning different things. Get your Masters in English and then we will debate - in the meantime good call on dropping the course - it is highly unlikely your teacher usedit correctly

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:37pm

    Yeay for public education! *headdesk*

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 4:13pm

    It is SUPPOSEDLY. Omg that drives me crazy. I would have dropped the class too.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 2:16pm

    1:28 I was on quarters, the new quarter (though technically a trimester) doesn't start after thanksgiving, it starts the beginning of January. Fail.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:17pm

    Probably taught the guy who labeled his Christmas decoration "reefs".

  • 63 95
    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:10pm

    omg if he had only said "acrost"

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:45pm

    Supposably is a word, the dictionary says so.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 5:02pm

    You fucking losers. Let me ask you something, do you walk around in public correcting gramer and spelling? If so, someday, you WILL get punched in the face.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:12pm

    wow, fail. To all of you, big, ginormous fail.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:44pm

    6:17 works at mcdonalds. no doubt.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:36pm

    Another future welfare leach.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 2, 09 at 9:52pm

    What kind of institution feels okay giving these people Masters? It's horrifying.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 10:07pm

    9:45- what dictionary? Because I really want to go out and buy the one you're reading that contains the mythical words...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:24pm

    To 9:05. Those aren't words dumbass. That's the whole joke. Sounds like you were a participant in this class as well.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:33pm

    7:20 i can to use those words in a sentance but thats stupid you asshole. thats what the man wants you to do.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 20, 09 at 8:36pm

    fuck me, the people quibbling over this are most likely English majors which means you are either going to law school or are going to be unemployed. Go find a real major... science for instance and not a social one.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 11:12pm

    10:44-- it's "is horrible", not "are horrible".

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 8:45pm

    7:35, that made me smile : )

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 12:42pm

    So far I haven't seen one person realize that this has to be either a fake post or a really late post due to the fact that it's December and the drop date for classes is long gone.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 10:44pm

    "7:20 i can to use those words in a sentance but thats stupid you asshole. thats what the man wants you to do." You're the stupid asshole. You keep spelling words wrong left and right! It's spelled SENTENCE. NOT SENTANCE. 8:45: it's LOSERS not LOOSERS. Education these days are horrible.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 8:14pm

    7:32 irregardless isn't a word fucktard

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:21pm

    yayyyy grammar police ftw

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 12:43am

    I peer edited a paper last week. The girl used "husban" throughout the whole paper. Apparently she had no idea husband has a "D" on the end. She also didn't know the difference between "woman" and "women". Americaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 11:08pm

    Yes and physicality isn't a word either

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:02pm

    Hey it's in my area code. What school? I don't want to take that class…

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 12:36pm

    I think we people stop using grammatical English, the rest is sure to follow.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 11:11pm

    William Strunk says 'irregardless' should never be used in writing. If the Elements of Style says to refrain from using it, then the world should refrain from using it.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:30pm

    Irregardless is totally a word

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:26pm

    6:17, The--what? Seriously, what the fuck are you trying to say? Supposably and Irregardless are both American English. Yeah! U-S-A! U-S-A! NUMBER ONE!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 30, 09 at 1:47pm

    sounds like it would have been an easy A... atleast you're GPA would have benefitted..

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 30, 09 at 5:03am

    Hahaha. That's always a bad sign. I bet there are a ton of people thinking "why is that bad?"

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:18pm

    family guy rip off.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 10:36pm

    Supposably is actually a word though misused 99%of the time. Too bad your instructor absolutely used it incorrectly and good for you for recognizing it

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:35pm

    7:32 I'm glad you got them all! I was just trolling and baiting those who are obsessed with grammar. It's the easiest type of trolling there is. I'm actually a little surprised it took until the third person in to figure out all the glaring errors.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 9:17am

    I would have dropped it too. AWFUL!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 3:04am

    it bothers me when people say "probly" instead of "probably" too

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 8:18am

    I support your decision as well. Anyone who doesn't, well, it's clear that they also have no understanding of the English language.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 12:05am

    wow. this entire feed is about grammar or spelling. seriously? what the fuck?

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 2:04pm

    That happened to me too! Fuck that bitch

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 10:58pm

    this is ridiculous. words are often created and legitimized through frequent use. thus, 'supposably' and 'irregardless' can maybe be considered 'words' in the same way that 'truthiness' and 'strategery' are 'words' also, just wanted to add, the spell-check in my web browser says 'supposably' is NOT a word while 'irregardless' is. oh, and to the OP, well done. the bastardization of the english language is definitely grounds for dropping a class

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 1:14pm

    This isnt even remotely humorous. Sorry but .... Fail!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:49pm

    irregardless is just the hypercorrection of regardless, and is also the informal pronunciation. also, supposable is a word, but not supposably, prob. meant supposedly like 6:01 said

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 8:43pm

    Wow, The grammer police are really getting off on this. Fucking loosers.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 11:49am

    U guys r stupid ur goin to debate the way a word shuld prolly be spelled get a life

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 12:11am

    12:05: i know I said physicality isn't a word to piss people off it just doesn't sound like one to me

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:54pm

    Irregardless is a word.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:48pm

    omg u r my hero for dropping that class!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 9:25pm

    658...'slam' and 'punch' can be both; onomatopoeia is simply a word that sounds it's meaning. But I'll bet you know that, don't you?

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:03pm

    Irregardless is a word. It's just a frowned upon word. Google says so.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 10:30am

    My very humble prediction is that in 50 years time, supposedly will have died, supposably will have lost whatever meaning the dictionary thinks it has now and will have replaced supposedly, and irregardless will have died out as a bad bad joke.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 6:34pm

    alli is a fuckin slut who loves it when i cum in her mouth and swap that shit with my lucky broom which is from a horse

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:13pm

    i would of stayed in the class, your a dumbass for dropping. you think your to good for collage? Stupid dumb asshole.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 7:36pm

    Oh, wait, you missed TOO. Close enough.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29, 09 at 3:01pm

    Please take a moment and review what you just wrote. Exactly.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 6:17pm

    U shoud nt quit that's bad that's not we'll for poor people they can't aford that And u should just deal with itttt

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 28, 09 at 5:07pm

    I don't know what college you go to, but supposably IS a word. And so is irregardless.