and Professor Wilkinson is up to the task!
And Jess, notice that I took your animal prints example
so that you felt a bit more on my level.
(although it’s painfully clear who the English teacher is here…)
and now, smiley student, let me show you how it’s really done:
1) Avoid blatant self-contradictions (unless there is a highly specified purpose)
2) Avoid using the same word twice within such a short time-span.
3) Be ever so cautious about your level of commitment/definition when expressing surety/doubt.
4) Wear a shirt that covers your stomach.
5) Katherine loves aviator sunglasses…
*Oh, I would like to reiterate that surprisingly I do enjoy Ms. Simpson’s song. Perhaps even more than this guy’s:
Last thoughts for this post
(and actually the most important one too!):
Jessica, your (future) children REALLY deserve for you to be married to their father.
Hozabout you get on that one?
Sooner than later, please.
Not meaning to judge or be unkind
Children are entitled to birth within the bonds of matrimony…
dear readers, I HIGHLY recommend clicking on the above link and reading this.
It is an incredibly awesome document!
Oh, and this is hardly the first post in which I’ve exposed grammatical errors in ubiquitous pop songs.
Carly Rae Jeppson needed a little help not too long ago.