Who, Which, and That

Posted: March 25th, 2014, 12:37 pm   By: brittany.corners
“I want a guy who can play 36 holes and still have enough energy to take me and Warren to a ball game, and eat hot dogs—I’m talkin’ sausage hot dogs—and beer, not light beer, but beer. That’s my ad, print it up.”—There is indeed something about Mary Jensen’s stringent requirements for a mate

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Numerals

Posted: March 24th, 2014, 12:29 pm   By: brittany.corners
“You look like a future pedophile in this picture, number one. Number two, it doesn’t even have a first name, it just says ‘McLovin’!”—Seth spelling out the numbers behind a bad fake ID

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Ending a Sentence With a Preposition

Posted: March 21st, 2014, 6:19 pm   By: maggie.walter
“Bork, you’re a federal agent. You represent the United States’ government. Never end a sentence with a preposition.”—the creepy dude from “Unsolved Mysteries” taking a moonlighting gig in “Beavis and Butthead Do America”

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Indefinite Pronouns

Posted: March 20th, 2014, 4:27 pm   By: brittany.corners
“Man, I love ‘Cops.’ Definitely the best show on Fox. Showing the American justice system at work: beating the crap out of people before judges let ’em go. Almost makes me want to pay taxes.”—Al Bundy, the everyman with few indefinite opinions

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Interrogative Pronouns

Posted: March 19th, 2014, 1:08 pm   By: brittany.corners
Marty DiBergi: “What was he the saint of?” David St. Hubbins: “He was the patron saint of quality footwear.” -An interrogative pronoun leads to a saintly answer

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You

Posted: March 18th, 2014, 2:14 pm   By: brittany.corners
“Ray, when someone asks you if you’re a god, you say YES!”—Winston, the most under appreciated Ghostbuster, with some simple advice for his colleague  

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I.e. vs. E.g.

Posted: March 17th, 2014, 9:00 am   By: brittany.corners
“It is I, Dale Gribble, man of a thousand faces. You just met face two: the deaf electrician. I couldn’t help but overhear your uncle’s bad advice. The only thing your roommates, i.e., enemy, understand is psychological warfare, i.e., dirty tricks. It worked for Dick Nixon.”—Hank Hill’s pal, explaining how to deal with bad roommates

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