Mgoblog has some cool shirts and i thought of another one. Brian has the Woodson shirt so i was thinking if Burke wins POY,maybe a shirt of that 3 pointer that tied the game up? What do you guys think?
frank beamer #1
Change 'a' to 'an' before they crucify you
Stop being a ass. OP is a idiot.
I figgered I could help him alot. He ain't so bad.
For all intensive purposes he's just begging the question about his intelligence.
I see what you did there...
These comments are just reminding me to never take grammer for granite. But who knows. It could all just be a blessing in the skies.
Call me crazy, but I'm pretty sure a bunch of these words are not being pronunciated correctly
I love threads like these...there great. They're are at least too of these every day, and they effect the quality of the board, to.
I almost posted a picture of an alot. You'd think "figgered" would have been a big enough clue.
Would you change both to an? An idea, sure...an mgoblog shirt? Damn English
You use 'an' when the following word starts with a vowel. 'a' is when the following word starts with a consonant.
Not sure when the word starts with a consonant, but sounds like a vowel. Like "an hour" or "a hour"?
Yea that's why an mgoblog got me...I usually let spell check decide.
If the word starts with a letter name (M Go Blog) an is the appropriate article. He is correct and I am ashamed.
He still has "a idea" which is what I was assuming you were correcting. Consider it an win.
Not exactly true. If it was TGoBlog for some reason, then it would be "a TGoBlog shirt." It's definitely about what the sound is, with some exceptions for weird situations that don't really apply anymore (e.g., "an historic...").
more technical and descriptive, but it goes by pronunciation, not the actual beginning letter, so "an hour" would be correct. The one I haven't heard a Strunk and White response on is acronyms: is it "an ND penalty" or "a ND penalty" since the first refers to the acronym "ND" and the second refers to the fact that ND stands for "Notre Dame".
I would guess its based on if you're pronouncing "ND" en-dee or fully notre dame. Of course how you read that is subjective which means, annoyingly, there is no answer.
/an ND national championship loss
This is the rule:
You use "an" when the following word starts with a vowel sound.
You use "a" when the following word starts with a consonant sound.
That's why we say things like "an honor" and "a unicycle."
I could care less, I hate anyone who is a grammar Nazi.
Pissed there isn't a d-mo "get the fuck off my court" shirt...
Wouldn't mind Dave getting a little "Trey for POY" campaign going. Sure wouldn't hurt the brand.
players for individual honors.
Unless Brandon can make money off of it. Then surely he would promote the "honor" of the player for the brand of the school.
Yost, Michigan Stadium, Crisler, or the fb practice facility, do a 360, and then mumble to yourself that you wish the athletic department didn't make any money. Comments like yours are plentiful, and stupid as fuck.
Except for giving select players the #1 jersey and now Legend patches....
Doesn't need Brandon's help at this point
But your title sucks be confident post hard or go home.
"I like Spike" with some sort of rendering of the bounce pass?
Point of fact, Underground Printing has a Woodson shirt, they rep Woodson and have a deal to sell his stuff, Mgostore is run by Underground Printing, who also print Brian's shirts, but Your statement that Brian has a Woodson shirt is not correct. These are three separate entities.
That's an odd choice of signature line OP. I know it's a line from the movie you've pulled your avatar from but it's still an odd choice.
Unless you're honestly wondering. In that case I'd suggest starting your search in Sweden.
Needs a catchy slogan.
I went cray for Trey
"That S**t Trey"
Burke with the trey
It's AN not A.
I Michigan Man'd him.
Kate needs an shirt.
A Trolling motor on the bow of a bass boat.
"That shit Trey"
I would love a shirt that says " We had subs, it was CRAZY!!"
Grammar... I find it mind bottling the emphasis here...