Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Squier Bass Place' started by deve53, Jan 29, 2020.
I use spellcheck all the time- My eyes and my brain!
Call me what you like Maiko20, its not my real name...hahahaha
I just wonder how they even find this Squier-Talk forum....
Uncle Google help them
This subject is about as interesting as Justin Biebers love life..
Would now be the time to mention the 80s blues rock band The Quierboys??? (Pronounce Choir boys) Or is that a step [too] far???
Too far, not to far. There are three versions of the word to, too, and two, and they're not interchangeable, nor are you're and your, or their, there, and they're. It's simple grammar school level English, not advanced calculus or rocket science. However, in your defense, I have used your when I meant you're and had to go back and edit it later to correct it.
Okay, but calling the guy a "valet" doesn't make the job any easier.
That’s funny! Surprised I haven’t seen something like that before
You know some folks are just hooked on phonics. There used to be this guy who was an insomniac, dyslexic and agnostic so he stayed up all night wondering if there really was a dog.
He's the guy that bought a Squirt. I mean Squire.
OK, but can he park?
Uh... cause that's what it says on my guitar.
That's proof that reading is fun. Duh. Mental. And you're hooked on phonics!
I had to...
Haha maybe Squirt for the tiny mini strats
Haha! Good one I like that. I think I'll keep that one memorised for future comic posts.
In all probability, the name Squier originally came from Scotland...
Over here spelled is spelt...spelt
Oh the wonders of the english language!
Whier you so upset about that?
Can't you turn it off?
Or at least add it to the dictionary.
Like the grain.