Roll Your Own Wooden Table Ad



  •  My company features a new tool that let's you create dynamic flash ads by just entering in some text, a link, and a picture that'll fly in and look all snazzy.

    Naturally, the only theme one should use is "wood," or as I like to call it, "The Daily WTF Wooden Table Theme (TM)"

      woodentable



  • That's more of a wooden floor.



  • @henke37 said:

    That's more of a wooden floor.

    Filed under: pedantic dickweed

     

    FTFY.



  • @henke37 said:

    That's more of a wooden floor.

    The floor is the biggest table.

    (I take it you're not a Lego enthusiast.)



  • @drchops said:

    let's

    What is so hard about using apostrophe's properly? Its not that its a hard thing to do. My forehead ha's a deep notch in it from facepalming all the time. Its not that the English language ha's much grammar at all, at leas't get the bit it do'es have, right.



  • @derula said:

    @drchops said:
    let's

    What is so hard about using apostrophe's properly? Its not that its a
    hard thing to do. My forehead ha's a deep notch in it from facepalming
    all the time. Its not that the English language ha's much grammar at
    all, at leas't get the bit it do'es have, right.


     

    Chill bro. Eye dont know why your so angry about this. Eye had'nt had my coffee yet, so eye made a miss take. Eye dont see wha't the big deal is.



  • @derula said:

    @drchops said:
    let's

    What is so hard about using apostrophe's properly? Its not that its a hard thing to do. My forehead ha's a deep notch in it from facepalming all the time. Its not that the English language ha's much grammar at all, at leas't get the bit it do'es have, right.

    The problem is actually that English has too much grammar. Rules, exceptions to the rules, exceptions to the exceptions...

    In this case, apostrophes are used for entirely separate matters: possessives (Mike's) (but not for pronouns (its)); contractions (don't); and (for some people) for acronyms, to distinguish plurals (cpu's). And maybe more. So it's (<-- correct: contraction) easy to get confused.



  •  I'm just going to leave this here on the wooden coffee table.



  • I'd complain about grammar nazis hijacking the thread, but our threads always get hijacked sooner or later anyway so it might as well be sooner.



  • @D-Coder said:

    The problem is actually that English has too much grammar. Rules, exceptions to the rules, exceptions to the exceptions...

     

     

    If you think English has too much grammar, you really should try learning French or Latin... ^.^

     



  • @spamcourt said:

    @D-Coder said:

    The problem is actually that English has too much grammar. Rules, exceptions to the rules, exceptions to the exceptions...

     

     

    If you think English has too much grammar, you really should try learning French or Latin... ^.^

     

    I did. Both. They have too much grammar too, but in the declination/conjugation areas. English has too much grammar in the pointlessly-created-rules-and-exceptions area.

    OTOH English is always a good example of why a committee of millions of people who don't really know the subject matter should decide how something works...

     



  •  @drchops said:

     My company features a new tool that let's you create dynamic flash ads by just entering in some text, a link, and a picture that'll fly in and look all snazzy.

    Naturally, the only theme one should use is "wood," or as I like to call it, "The Daily WTF [b]W[/b]ooden [b]T[/b]able [b]F[/b]ormat"

      woodentable

    WTF'd that for you



  • @D-Coder said:

    @spamcourt said:

    @D-Coder said:

    The problem is actually that English has too much grammar. Rules, exceptions to the rules, exceptions to the exceptions...

     

     

    If you think English has too much grammar, you really should try learning French or Latin... ^.^

     

    I did. Both. They have too much grammar too, but in the declination/conjugation areas. English has too much grammar in the pointlessly-created-rules-and-exceptions area.

    OTOH English is always a good example of why a committee of millions of people who don't really know the subject matter should decide how something works...

     

    Try German or Latin. Declination and conjugation, and lots of pointlessly created rules and exceptions. For example, a computer screen is male, while a hard disk is female in German. The mouse is female, but the DVD drive is neuter. RAM is male.



  • @derula said:

    For example, a computer screen is male, while a hard disk is female in German.
    The mouse is female, but the DVD drive is neuter. RAM is male.

    Well of course RAM is male; if it was female it would be a EWE.


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