Discussion in 'The Bar' started by jdwhatever, Sep 23, 2016.
I'm going to be right by your side.” She assured him.
You see, she's assuring him that she'll be right by his side.
It’s or Its? Celebrate National Punctuation Day With Our Apostrophe Challenge
and this concludes our grammar lesson for the month.
She's assuring him that she will not not be by his side.
Are you sure?
I've never been more sure of anything in my life.
I'm pretty sure she just called him a faggot.
Or it should say... I'm going to be here, right by your side.
Is this the novel that will get laughed off the shelves?
I'll bet it outsells "Oh, My DOG!"
Usually, Victoria, looked, movie-star, perfect, her large, round, eyes, were, a, radiant green. Jet-black hair combed down, looked, shiny, and, silky. Her, natural, golden-brown skin tone, made,those, women, who, spent hours at the beach, or at tanning, salons,every day, envious. Her high cheekbones, full, lips, and, infectious, smile, made her, envied, by most of the women who had ever laid, eyes on her. Preston, called her his, exotic angel, even, though, she, was, born and, raised, in, Chicago, Illinois.
or alternatively... I'm going to be right here, by your side.
I know I could count on you.
Did jd get sent to the nurse's office for eating paste again?