Is it weird that the two people I want to meet the most - and at the same time! - are Stephen Colbert and a Japanese porn star because they're equally happy?
|Originally posted by Vector A |
Not really wrong, just redundant.
I don't know, I use "if I were" a lot.
For example, "If I was you" or "If I was to [do something]" feel pretty weird to say.
Oh, good. Then it's just habit I need to ditch, rather than an egregious mistake that makes me look illiterate
And maybe the rumours about the subjunctive's demise have been greatly exaggerated.
|Originally posted by Frenkieee |
Changing subjects: I've bitten the inside of my lip yesterday, and today I've bitten my lip another four times already. Goddammitfuck!
I know the feel, bro, I hate when it happens
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