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  • 76 61
    Submitted by Anonymous1024 on May 15, 10 at 10:53pm

    it flows better as "margariting"

  • 76 72
    Submitted by Gnarmageddon on May 15, 10 at 1:50pm

    A "series" of like 2; I said it was a verb. To be is the auxiliary verb which means her coinage is the main verb which is a... Verb. Just saying. Misapprehension of the gerund is easy enough as it takes the same form as a noun,adjective, verb. Totes not an adverb though.

  • 76 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 15, 10 at 12:27pm

    Holy shit a series of like 3 ppl just got grammatically slayed so badly hahahah.

  • 62 57
    Submitted by rizzelcakes on May 15, 10 at 11:07am

    Niice.

  • 63 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 16, 10 at 10:48pm

    I read this and thought it said masturbating. Lol and I was like whattt?

  • 62 63
    Submitted by nada on May 15, 10 at 10:45pm

    Haha- my friends and I turn words into verbs all the time. !

  • 65 70
    Submitted by mrtn on May 15, 10 at 11:33am

    *that

  • 61 66
    Submitted by Herschel on May 15, 10 at 3:29pm

    No, you didn't "turn that into a verb", you verbed it.

  • 65 78
    Submitted by severeheartburn on May 15, 10 at 11:51am

    Actually, sweetheart, she used a gerund, which is a verbal noun. If you're going to critique someone on their verbals please do it correctly.

  • 65 79
    Submitted by ELauren on May 15, 10 at 12:42pm

    Woahh. It's forsure a verb phrase. "Are" would be the helping verb. This is like 3rd grade stuff, people. C'mon!! Hahahaha jeeeze.

  • 58 73
    Submitted by footballplayer on May 16, 10 at 1:30am

    Should be "margariting"

  • 53 65
    Submitted by severeheartburn on May 16, 10 at 1:24am

    ahh shit, you're right. i apologize for being a grammatically incorrect douche.

  • 62 84
    Submitted by Gnarmageddon on May 15, 10 at 12:25pm

    That's not a gerund noun. The "ing" ending can be that, a present verb, or a present participle depending on it's grammatical function. This is just a verb, not a gerund noun or a participle adjective.

  • 57 76
    Submitted by mrtn on May 15, 10 at 11:32am

    No sweetheart. You turned it into an adverb. Are is the verb in tjat sentence