@stolicat I also like it when words get strung together and can be read in ways other than intended. The Cincinnati Reds have their URL on the fence as “cincinnatireds.com.”
I’ve always hoped that it subliminally makes the players tired (as rival Rockies fan.)
@djslack I think I have seen that article before. I don’t recall much of english class or style guides. Or the “oxford” comma. Just. Seems natural. It’s a basic delimiter and “and” does not fill that roll.
I’d say NONE of the above and give my own answer.
Fuck boys get money because they’re total “A-holes”, they’ll do anything to get someone else to spend their money so they can hold onto the money they’ve got. They’re narcissistic and usually sociopaths! Yes, I knew one of them all to well!
@andrewkl there is also “slow deaf child” granted they try and use a running kid or bar as the break. You are clearly meant to parse them as separate command/statement. But they are fun if read straight
@f00l@mike808@RiotDemon@unksol Too bad they didn’t sell since the owners lost all (and the captain and a crew member) when it sunk during a hurricane. Those of us in the tall ship world wondered why on earth they set sail and thought they could outrun it rather than stay where they were on shore. Safer for the people tied at the dock up a river. I remember watching that on their facebook and eventually on TV when a station picked it up.