Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by bennymuso, Mar 22, 2015.
Thats usually how you determine one's favourite movie's.
Why do you use apostrophes to pluralize words?
How would you handle it if a pluralized word is also possessive? Would you just throw a bunch of apostrophes at it and hope for the best?
For a giggle.
That's the Queens English.
And here you miss the apostrophe. Man, you're completely random with your punctuation use.
Goodfellas seems to be on 24/7.....Edited version is hysterical
Goodfellas, Aliens, the original star wars trilogy.
Clint Eastwoods The man with no name trilogy.
Fast times at Ridgemount
Groundhog Day. Or I may have just seen it once..:
In colour or black and white?
Too many to list in this category.
All the Sean Connery Bond movies (and most of the Roger Moore ones)
Fast Times at Ridgemont
Grosse Point Blank
Beverly Hills Cop
The Usual Suspects
All the Dirty Harry movies
The Outlaw Josey Wales
The Pale Rider
Revenge of the Nerds
So I Married An Axe Murderer
Miracle on 34th Street (Natalie Wood version)
The Brother Load Vols. 1-40
@wife is a whore knows what I'm talking' about!