Originally posted by kubrickrem4ever
Sorry to have to inform you about this, but your title is grammatically incorrect. It should be "Stars with whom you would like to fornicate".
Thank you for your time.
I'm quite certain that the title, while it is not very eloquent, is "improper" or "unpolished," but not incorrect. I know that English grammar, as opposed to other languages, does rely on syntax, but given the fact that the meaning of the phrase is unchanged by the poor sequence in which the words are expressed, added with the fact that you are inconsistent in your self-appointed title as grammar policemen, that the real error here is your self-righteous editing. I suspect you live a shallow life and vainly attempt to fill void by correcting the use of language of others. Ahah! Let me interject here, where you would likely have taken the liberty of correcting my usage of the nominalized form of the verb to use
, when I could have more eloquently expressed the previous sentence as: "the way others use language". So I must conclude that you have entirely too much time on your hands, though insufficient time to correct all the subject headers on murmurs, which makes me wonder why this particular thread was the target of your English snobbery.
Though it has been a few years since I studied grammar...
Game. Set. Match.
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