Or, you can let it be funny.
Or, you can let it be funny.
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I've got a funnier joke than all of those.
Hahaha. You spelled it wrong.Originally Posted by The Sticky Dog
Thats so funny.
That joke would have been mediocre at best if you spelt his name right. But since you didn't it's pretty funny.
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Cant anybody tell a joke without hamming it up these days? Stan Hibbert would smite you all
Haha. You didn't have any punctuation at the end of that last sentence.
Because i never got round to finishing it. If you would give me time to finish it properly, It would sayOriginally Posted by shortpitched713
"Cant anybody tell a joke without hamming it up these days? Stan Hibbert would smite you all."
Haha, that statement doesn't have a colon as proper transition punctuation after the word say.Originally Posted by Tomm NCCC
It should have a comma, not a colon.
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It is soooo a colon. I'll fight you to the death over it.
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Well, as he's put the quote a couple of lines beneath, I suppose a colon would be okay. But it's a comma, it's a fact, it's simple.Originally Posted by shortpitched713
For example, Shane Warne threw the ball at Pietersen at the Gabba, to which Pietersen said, "**** off."
That's grammatically correct, a colon wouldn't be, and I'll hear nothing that says otherwise.
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