Know what else is so fun? Cocai.... yogurt. Yogurt is fun.
@Nervy panda, I also like ....yogurt
@Nervy panda, you mean gogurt? *shreds away on skateboard*
@Showzs, I never got gogurt :(
@Nervy panda, I too snor... I mean eat yogurt
@Nervy panda, I FUÇKING LOVE COCAI...yogurt, I love yogurt
@Nervy panda, Yogurt, that's one of my favorite Eric Clapton songs.
@Mikestark06, I remember when I could afford yogurt..
@Nervy panda,"what a random comment. . ." *swipes to next pic, swipes back* "What a funny and clever comment!"
@Nervy panda, you weren't cool enough. sorry
@Showzs, all good bruh. I had tubes and that's kinda the same right?
@Nervy panda, I prefer cocaine puddin'
@Nervy panda, Terry loves his yoghurt!
@Nervy panda, PAM
@I am bacon man, welcome to the random section kind sir
@Nervy panda, oh crap am I in the random section? That explains a lot
@I am bacon man, either that or you've gone back 7 months in updates
English is tough. It can be understood through tough thorough thought though.
Isn't that one to many hads?
@Chuck Shurley , it's grammatically correct. Split it into two "had had"s for it to make sense.
@Donald Trump, Ahhhh thay worked! I never thought I'd say this... Thanks Donald Trump!
@Chuck Shurley , just missing a comma in between the 2nd and 3rd hads
@Donald Trump, it needs commas to be grammatically correct
@The Big Hodge, "no need exists for a comma. Those are not independent clauses and without a series, parenthetical element, preposition, conjunction or interruption, adding one would be a mistake.
The only arguments I could conceive being made for this construction would be the following: 1) Interruption - Not the case. A reader may stumble with the flow or meaning, but that's not the sentence's fault. 2) Independent clauses - Neither of the clauses are independent in this case. If it were reworded to something like, "With all the faith he had had, it is embarrassing that it had had no effect on the outcome of his life," then sure."
-Arguments taken from this exact sentence.
@Donald Trump, on the other hand, dickbutt.
@Donald Trump, Are you an English major by chance? Or am I just really bad with grammar? :P
And if you take "gh" from "rough", "o" from "women", and "ti" from "ration", "ghoti" is pronounced "fish".
Because nobody has said it yet, "buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo" is also a grammatically correct statement
@speedway guy, i never understood that one
Spanish puts male or female labels on objects. Imagine the fun multigender culture has with that.
@Dephenistrator, imagine gender hating feminist trying to learn Spanish
@HomosexualSayWhat, XD yo queiro my gender?
I read it properly, too, so that's nice.
@jishwaisdun, i feel as if theres an extra had in there thats no necessary
@Winterscominandsoami, No, it's fine. There's an acceptable amount of "had" in that sentence.
@jishwaisdun, fair enough good sir or madam please proceed with the rest of your day
@Winterscominandsoami, I'm genderfluid, so both...
Honestly as a writer I hate this. I know it's correct but it hurts my head, so when I catch myself in the 'had' spiral, I'll change the phrasing of the whole sentence to avoid it
@obijuankenobi, exactly. While it may be "correct" it violates the simplicity of expression. Unless your purpose is to confuse your listener, you would never phrases sentence in this manner.
Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.
That sentence is made much more hard to read due to the fact did the writer forgot to add a comma.....just saying.
Its like that that thing. Which I actually can't believe that that that that thing is a thing.
If you say you understand this, you are:
2.One of the 3 people on the app that are smart enough
@Sahmster, I think there's more than three, but I see your point.
It is missing a comma
It's still pretty incorrect
Split it into two "had had's" and it makes sense
I heard a better one:
Joe, where John had had had, had had had had. Had had had had the teacher's approval.
Works best if said aloud.
Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo
Obviously you've got the wrong definition of fun
*Cough commas cough*
This makes sense but isn't grammatically sound. "All of the faith he had had no effect." Or better yet, "all of the faith he did have had no effect."
@Scotch Pilgrim, it makes sense. They're using the pluperfect, which requires "had", for the verb "to have", the past tense of which is "had".
I don't get how it makes sense. And I've read comments explaining how it does. Am I just stupid?
@WillyWanker, read my last post above (the rephrase) and see if it helps.
@Donald Trump, I had to read it a couple time and it makes sense now thanks haha