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Which place has friendly people?

Old Apr 27th 2009, 2:52 pm
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Originally Posted by Le Chant

Who gives a flying fart what anyone's reasons for relocating are? They're as valid as the next persons, surely? Who're you (or I) to call anyone's choices into question?
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 2:59 pm
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Talking about hijacking someone´s thread here!

Dr.George wanted to know where the friendly people are to be found, so can someone please direct him to where the smurfs live ?
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 3:01 pm
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Talking about hijacking someone´s thread here!

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I guess the answer is in the last few responses.
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 3:09 pm
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 3:46 pm
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Originally Posted by Veleta
"They're as valid as the next person's (reasons)"

This is the possessive. Therefore an apostrophe is required regardless of whether the possessed item is mentioned or not.


Here, a little lesson for those of you who appear not to have completed your junior school education:

It is John's dog. (Possessive)
Whose dog is it?
It is John's. (Still the possessive, even though DOG is not mentioned in this sentence).

Those are Bill's reasons.
Whose reasons are they?
They are Bill's.

They are as valid as the next person's reasons.
Whose reasons are they?
They are the next person's.
Sorry, but I had written it grammatically correct, no need for an s on the end of person in the plural. ;-)

You are not the person that came on here a while ago with another name and had a go at the girl that was dyslexic because she made a mistake ?

We don`t really care how people spell to express their views as long as we can understand the outcome. ;-((
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Default Re: Which place has friendly people?

Originally Posted by Veleta
"They're as valid as the next person's (reasons)"

This is the possessive. Therefore an apostrophe is required regardless of whether the possessed item is mentioned or not.


Here, a little lesson for those of you who appear not to have completed your junior school education:

It is John's dog. (Possessive)
Whose dog is it?
It is John's. (Still the possessive, even though DOG is not mentioned in this sentence).

Those are Bill's reasons.
Whose reasons are they?
They are Bill's.

They are as valid as the next person's reasons.
Whose reasons are they?
They are the next person's.
I was obviously too busy at charm school,don't think you ever went there did you?
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 3:52 pm
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Originally Posted by Jur
Talking about hijacking someone´s thread here!

Dr.George wanted to know where the friendly people are to be found, so can someone please direct him to where the smurfs live ?
http://www.quizopolis.com/images/icons/smurf.jpg
It was answered in posts (is that with a comma or without ?) 4 and 54. ;-))
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Originally Posted by jdr
Sorry, but I had written it grammatically correct, no need for an s on the end of person in the plural. ;-)

You are not the person that came on here a while ago with another name and had a go at the girl that was dyslexic because she made a mistake ?

We don`t really care how people spell to express their views as long as we can understand the outcome. ;-((
Sorry, but I had written it grammatically correct, no need for an s on the end of person in the plural. ;-)

JDR, what are you talking about??? "Person" is singular. Add 's if you want to refer to a POSSESSION of that person. The sentence in question was about the possession of a singular person. Go back and read my mini lesson again.

You are not the person that came on here a while ago with another name and had a go at the girl that was dyslexic because she made a mistake ?

Sorry to disappoint you, but no.
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 4:01 pm
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Originally Posted by jdr
It was answered in posts (is that with a comma or without ?) 4 and 54. ;-))
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Have I come to the wrong site`s, again.
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Originally Posted by Veleta
Sorry, but I had written it grammatically correct, no need for an s on the end of person in the plural. ;-)

JDR, what are you talking about??? "Person" is singular. Add 's if you want to refer to a POSSESSION of that person. The sentence in question was about the possession of a singular person. Go back and read my mini lesson again.

You are not the person that came on here a while ago with another name and had a go at the girl that was dyslexic because she made a mistake ?

Sorry to disappoint you, but no.
How many persons are we talking about here ?
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Now you know why no one likes you, cos of your attitude, twat.
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How many persons are we talking about here ?


Mulitple twats?
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 4:45 pm
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Now you know why no one likes you, cos of your attitude, twat.
Who does not like me, jerk off
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Old Apr 27th 2009, 4:50 pm
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Lets play a game, I have written a list of all the pricks in this thread, if you can guess what names I have written down I will reward you with karma and love for the rest of the year................
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