this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Just a few pointers for all, but especially for our recent Falcon visitors... A question ends with the character (?). A period (.) typically marks the end of a sentence or thought. An uppercase letter would designate the beginning of ...
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Just a few pointers for all, but especially for our recent Falcon visitors...
A question ends with the character (?).
A period (.) typically marks the end of a sentence or thought.
An uppercase letter would designate the beginning of the next sentence or thought.
Coor's light is for sissies.
Two words are usually separated by a space.
Words in uppercase mean either strong emphasis or shouting.
Proper names and places usually start with an uppercase letter.
The following one-liners are no longer acceptable responses to any post...
"We shall see"
"Only time will tell"
"Can he play LB?"
"Can he play CB?"
"Can he play defense?"
"Can he tackle?"
Typos are completely understandable; mis-spelling every other word is not. Although it is understandable with Falcon fans, its wholly beneath Saint fans.
You are not charged by the letter so replacing "you" with "U" or "are" with "R" saves virtually nothing.
Your-The possessive case of you...
What's your problem? Oh, you're a Falcon fan?
To-In a direction toward.
Too-Also, as well, or very extreme.
Wow, that's too much information for a Falcon fan to absorb.
Their-The possessive case of they.
They're-Short for They are.
There- At or in that place.
What's their problem over there? Oh, they're Falcon fans.
jus a frendy reminer 2 U, espessially 4 R nu durdy burd gests.
[Edited on 24/11/2004 by Danno]
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