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    19 Responses to nsfw – cut ass

    1. It ought to be a crime to deface such a perfect ass as her’s.

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    2. Goddamn Japanese. DIE DIE DIE. >:(

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    3. I was expecting to find out Tiki had just misspelt “cute”

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      • Misspelled*

        Spelt is a type of wheat.

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        • Spelt is as correct as spelled, if not moreso, even though spelt isn’t really used in the U.S.

          Really though, did you need to go there, only to get it wrong?

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          • Spelt isn’t used in the U.S. because it’s wrong. It is sometimes used in Britain, however even my English teacher at college says that spelt is wrong.

            Also, www.google.co.uk/search?rlz=1C1CHMG_en-GBGB291GB303&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=define:+spelt

            Then again, you could argue that language is constantly evolving, and so public use is the defining factor in what is wrong or right, but that’s retarded. In a few years time, we could be saying “their good at that” and “that’s they’re coat” etc. etc.

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            • Hahaha. It’s not used because it’s “wrong”, eh? Neither is incorrect, so the only thing wrong here is, sadly, your English teacher. That doesn’t give me much hope for your education system. Spelt comes from Germanic, one of the major originators of many English language constructions. Ask your English teacher about it, then get her to educate the masses.

              Also, while common usage is a factor in defining language, it never makes incorrect use of spelling or grammar correct.

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            • Spelt comes from Germanic? Which word is that supposed to be, because German is my first language and we have no such word to describe “spelt”, nothing similar anyway.

              Unless you have some sort of proof, you’re full of shit, del. And then you have another problem: you’re a twit.

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            • Hey there, good to see you’ve resorted to name calling. Really mature. Glad to see the internet never lets me down in that.

              So, German is your first language. Then you’d know that Germanic doesn’t mean German, right? Go look it up yourself; Germanic includes DOZENS of languages. It’s an origin, like Latin or Greek, that forms much of the language we use today. Let’s educate without the insults, eh?

              Dental suffixes, from the Germanic weak verb (punctuate with something like “you’re a dick” or similar to keep with the internet insulting theme if you need to. I’m ok without it myself) tend towards d or t sounds when conjugating the past participles. You can see it in several words (keep adding insults to keep it going, prick) such as “to smell” (you smell, you smelt/smelled) or “to learn” (I learned/learnt how to conjugate verbs).

              Want to go another round? Please do but don’t just jump in like some kind of internet guard dog with more noise than sense, ok? I specifically gave no insult while attempting to point out that jumping on someone without all the facts isn’t the done thing. If you’re going to be a member of the grammar police, you should expect to be jumped upon unless you know the letter of the law. See what I did there?

              Sadly, you then came along and did it again.

              I may be twitting but I am no twit.

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            • I obviously know that Germanic and German aren’t the same, which is why I used both words separately in my comment. I speak Latin as well, don’t worry I don’t need your history lesson.

              You may pretend all you wanted to do is point out an error and educate someone, but you were the first person who was condescending about it.

              Don’t tell me that this “That doesn’t give me much hope for your education system.” was supposed to be a compliment. Ben1605 on the other hand was completely neutral.

              So me calling you a twit was justified you lying douchebag.

              Oh yah and thanks for clarifying the whole thing. You could have done that right away.

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            • I was not insulting Ben1605 but I will, almost without fail, insult education systems when they prove themselves flawed. If it was curt, well, I am direct. I make no apologies for that.

              You were aware that German and Germanic are not the same and yet you assumed that the word had to come from German? I don’t think my assumption that you didn’t know the difference was unwarranted. As another assumption, with you speaking Latin I would have thought that you wouldn’t have needed clarification on the etymology of the word in question in the first place. I assume that was simply “calling me out”.

              You asked for clarification, I gave clarification. I didn’t think it was appropriate to go into the full minutiae but since you asked I had no problem providing it. I stepped up to the mark and you decided that there’s nothing I can say to make my previous statement valid.

              There have been no lies told on my part. What you take from it is your business. Once again you’ve strode in with insults where none are necessary.

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            • Where did I assume the word came from German? Are there connections between German and Germanic? Yes. That’s all I tried to imply.
              Yeah I speak Latin but I’m no expert when it comes to English so there you go. I was just playing with you, I don’t really care about any of this or anyone’s grammar on the Internet. You obviously do though, since you’re still here debating it.

              Your second comment in reply to Ben1605 was most definitely condescending. See that’s why you’re a liar. The comments you made in reply to me are nothing like the ones you made in reply to Ben1605 and that’s all I have to say.

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            • Why doesn’t anyone just show that it can be used as a past participle or a present perfect tense? /argument

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            • spelt
              1  /spɛlt/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [spelt] Show IPA ,
              Use spelt in a Sentence
              See web results for spelt
              See images of spelt
              –verb
              a pt. and pp. of spell 1 .

              dictionary.reference.com/browse/spelt

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    4. erm… and if you think about the physics of it, you’ll notice that either she had to elongate the left arm (with which she’s holding the blade) to make a downwards cut like this, or she switched hands after the cut… in which case the bloodstain on the blade is too low down the blade…

      …damn, she can elongate her arm!!!

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