Your fat what? Your fat what?!?!!
@on the crapper, fat is a noun. It's grammatically correct, he isn't using it as an adjective so there doesn't need to be anything after fat
@on the crapper, You're* :) Unless they mean that they remember just the fat.
@AFRICANxBATMAN, ummm, I think on the crapper is referring to the "your fat" as opposed to "you're fat"...
@CretaceousAss, you're is not used once on the picture or by on the crapper so I don't think so
@AFRICANxBATMAN, mmmmm all that grandma fat
@AFRICANxBATMAN, actually Im pretty sure he was making a reference to the use of the wrong "your". It should be "remember you're fat" but rather the child wrote "remember YOUR fat". In this case you would need something after fat. Unless the kid is literally remembering the grandmothers fat cells...which seems much less likely.
In sum: "your fat" needs something after fat.
"You're fat" would be a grammatically correct way to finish the sentence.
@TheKnightsWhoSayNi, or he could is saying that he does remember her fat. Like tummy fat. As a noun. What he said is grammatically correct whether he meant it to be or not.
@TheKnightsWhoSayNi, nice try though
@TheKnightsWhoSayNi, I remember your hair, I remember your smile, I remember your fat. She owns fat, it's a noun and it is hers, so saying you remember it is correct albeit pretty strange.
@AFRICANxBATMAN, yes I know. I addressed that. I said "...unless the kid is literally remembering the grandmother's fat cells." Which yes, would be her "tummy fat". That just seems like a much less likely scenario than "you're fat". I also just realized that I don't know why we're arguing....we're all grammatically correct.
@TheKnightsWhoSayNi, I also should have said in my first one "In sum: 'your fat' most likely needs something after it." That would have been a little clearer.
Today is M26, 1993??
*Writes back* "I still remember your mom is a slvt"
When she remembers you:
"You're fat." C'mon kid!
Why not M16.?
March 26th, 1993 is my birthday!!!! *feels special*
@nate930, how do you know it's March and not may?
@BaconPopsicle, don't crush my hopes and dreams!
He could have meant I still remember you're fat.