Tastefully Offensive: Dexter the Duckling Struggles to Stay Awake

May 3, 2013

Dexter the Duckling Struggles to Stay Awake


[chloebroomfield/arbroath]

6 comments:

Londa Ntotila said...

Over squeeeeee!

Bastia Theodor Petru said...

I love it !!! Is so cute !!!

Jeff Cauhape said...

I've had days like that...

Your mom said...

good catch omg

miekko said...

if you were to check a bunch of your claims in dictionaries and grammars you'd actually learn something. I recommend doing that. Not just pontificating on things you apparently don't really know that well (e.g. affect and effect both can be verbs and nouns, but do mean quite different things from each other), the metaphorical use of "literally" is attested from several respected authors since at least a century and a half back. Many grammarians prescribe that "that" be used in restrictive contexts and who/whom/which be used in non-restrictive contexts, which is quite different from the usage rule you propose. Singular "they" is _richly_ attested ever since Shakespeare used it. Your description of the use of "whether" also fails somewhat to catch its actual uses. "Well" is definitely used in an adjectival manner in some idioms in English (especially when discussing health), and "good" does definitely have some adverbial uses, and "except" can also be a verb.

This video comes off as something an ignorant knowitall has made. Sorry, not impressed.

jenniferdelgato said...

@miekko your comment comes off as something an arrogant know-it-all has made..cute duck.

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