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    17 May '04 01:30
    What's in the middle of a monster. It's not what you think...😉
    So watch out!
  2. Standard memberSirLoseALot
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    17 May '04 01:44
    nst
  3. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    17 May '04 01:49
    No, he said ''a monster'' so the middle is either '' monste'' or ''monst'' or ''ons'' or ''n''.
  4. Standard memberSirLoseALot
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    17 May '04 03:06
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    No, he said ''a monster'' so the middle is either '' monste'' or ''monst'' or ''ons'' or ''n''.
    my mistake
  5. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    17 May '04 03:08
    Originally posted by SirLoseALot
    my mistake
    Actually, I suspect we're both wrong 😕.
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    18 May '04 00:57
    Do you want the answer?
    Well it's "s"! Duh! MonSter 123 4 567
  7. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    18 May '04 01:29
    I'm afraid you asked what is in the middle of ''a monster'' so the answer is clearly ''n'' 😛.
  8. Donationbbarr
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    18 May '04 01:41
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    I'm afraid you asked what is in the middle of ''a monster'' so the answer is clearly ''n'' 😛.
    You're all wrong. The question itself was ungrammatical and hence meaningless. The original poster needs to figure out the difference between the use and mention of a word. Note: When mentioning a word, you need to enclose the word in single quotation marks. For instance the word 'word' has four letters.

  9. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    18 May '04 01:44
    Originally posted by bbarr
    You're all wrong. The question itself was ungrammatical and hence meaningless. The original poster needs to figure out the difference between the use and mention of a word. Note: When mentioning a word, you need to enclose the word in single quotation marks. For instance the word 'word' has four letters.

    Google for the phrase ''Eats shoots and leaves''. Then do the little quiz. I bet you're 100% stickler, you heinous grammar fiend. (I'm proud to say I'm only 92% stickler.)
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    18 May '04 05:11
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    Google for the phrase ''Eats shoots and leaves''. Then do the little quiz. I bet you're 100% stickler, you heinous grammar fiend. (I'm proud to say I'm only 92% stickler.)
    Oh-Oh!! I am an 83% stickler.
    Is that good or bad, I wonder.😳🙄
  11. Standard memberSirLoseALot
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    18 May '04 08:35
    Only 75% 😳
    I wonder how I would do if it was in dutch......prolly worse LOL
  12. Standard membergenius
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    18 May '04 10:45
    42%

    i even did it twice to try and up my score. still 42%. not i know why i *only* got a B for higher english...
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    18 May '04 18:38
    92% stickler rating for this squirrel lover. I didnae put in any apostrophe in the 'four yards worth' question.
  14. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    18 May '04 19:04
    Ah well, you picked up a rec for 'didnae' 😀.
  15. Donationbbarr
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    18 May '04 19:12
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    Google for the phrase ''Eats shoots and leaves''. Then do the little quiz. I bet you're 100% stickler, you heinous grammar fiend. (I'm proud to say I'm only 92% stickler.)
    Yes I am a heinous grammar fiend, as well as a member of the (defunct, alas, yet poised to rise Pheonix-like) Militant Grammarians of Massachusetts (local chapter). You will know us by the markings of our pens (red, stringent).
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