Jumping Off Roofs
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Mercer County, NJ
The difference between HAVE and OF
I hate all these dumb little internet pricks that don't know the between have and of in sentences.
For example, someone might say, "I could OF gone to the game, but they left without me". They correct grammar is "could have gone"
The thing is, with our dumb language, that this was shortened, like E'RTHING else. People began to say things like "could've" and "would've", which stupid little pricks on the internet and message boards turned into "could of" and "would of".
My advice here to all you little uneducated bastards is get off of the internet and do some extra studying.
There are so many things that bother me about teenagers these days (mostly having to do with them being spoiled), but what bothers me the most is how uneducated they are when it comes to grammar.
PLEASE go to your English teachers and have them teach you the differences between There, Their and They're. And the differences between all other easy 3rd grade words that you all screw up on a daily basis. Get a damn education!
Surprisingly the stupid "leet" chatter does not bother me as much as improper grammar, because at least "leet" can be a form of slang. Simple grammar errors are just careless and dumb.
I have vented. Ahhh. Must use the bathroom now.
Ballzagna! Formerly JayAbreuTM.