Helluva funny! small cute hands. Now, contrary to recent sparring... Small hands denote wealthy lifestyle, no need to do menial tasks; big hands means coming from not so rich background, like need to toil the ground. lol! Zi brain is what matters; big brain is better or small brain? lol! Don't rush to conclusion yet...Einstein is said to have relatively smaller brain. By the way, till today, I still can't grasp his theory on relativity properly. lol!
"Helluva" is a slangy contraction for "hell of a.....". Needs a noun/subject, i.e. helluva funny snapchat (hell of a funny snapchat).
As usual madam moong-cha-cha is firing a loose cannon. You want the actual version? Well, using your example it should be: *a hell of a funny snapchat. And I was referring to "small cute hands"...long version would be : those hell of a funny small cute hands (above).Cue: If you want to learn! you ought to ask! not try to teach! and in the process make your own mistake.2nd reminder: You specifically said we do not exist for each other on this site! Learn to keep your word first! before you teach another.Your actual Words:Blogger Nanbert said...Goodbye, Lammy... I'm sorry I "bothered" you. Let there be peace and QUIET between us now. I have nothing more to say to you or about you. Pretend I don't exist, and I will do the same for you. I am here for Adam. Pax Vobiscum!August 26, 2016 at 1:58 AMGo fly a kite...very strong winds out there. Make sure you face the correct direction this time or your kite will go plop!
Since you kindly pointed out on more than one occasion spelling errors of mine-- much appreciated, by the way--- I felt that it was only right to help you when I could. You're quite welcome.P.S. I'm still so touched and flattered that you have copied and preserved all my writings on this site, and enjoy quoting me from time to time. I never had a "fan" before!
Okay, game plays on: It's not a spelling error I pointed out to you, madam moon-cha-cha. It's not knowing how to use "helluva"! by explaining it needs a "subject". It's describing the object not subject in your given example of "helluva funny snapchat". And that's why I say it isn't as simple as just a spelling error! Trying to make a slimy escape? 3rd reminder: Keep your word! Also, know your own capability before embarking on a teaching spree.
Finally, I do not pick on people's errors like the way you do just to get even. I only do so when people like you! don't know they don't know and fire loose cannons at me! Got it?Your comment (above) :"Since you kindly pointed out on more than one occasion spelling errors of mine-- much appreciated, by the way--- I felt that it was only right to help you when I could." This is an outward lie ! Because I'm not interested enough to read your repetitive rigmaroles let alone check your errors! Secondly, you don't come across as having the ability to "help me"! Slimy indeed.
Already copying and quoting every word -- very flattering!
I've more news for you! What you thought was my filing your comments is your own moong-cha-cha delusion! I was filing my own Press Party thread comments (referencing the 'Keep your word' comment above), in case I want to re-read them; that thread was started by me but you slipped in sheepishly exactly like what you are doing now on this thread!Might it be that you want to be heard better on threads that I write extensively because your mundane rigmaroles can't get the attention you crave so much for?Final analysis: No, I do not file your comments if you write on your own! Have more restraint! Continue on your own with those insipid rigmaroles which I skip!
Interesting grammar tip...an exclamation mark ends a sentence, just like a period. If one wants to use it in the middle of a sentence, it should be encased in brackets, like this...(!).
Good try! I know that too! You are many steps behind! I learnt it indirectly when I read 'Alice In Wonderland' by Lewis Carroll.Down the rabbit hole - Chqpter 1.Suddenly she came upon a little three-legged table, all made of solid glass; there was nothing on it except a tiny golden key, and Alice's first thought was that it might belong to one of the doors of the hall; but, * alas! either the locks were too large, or the key was too small, but at any rate it would not open any of them.(Many more such and other examples throughout the beautiful classic.)By the way, should be 'outright liar' previous comment.
"Down the rabbit hole"????.........!!!! Not me....I have a kite to fly. Give my best to Alice.
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