Cobag is as cobag does.
Ba da bap bap ba…I’m gloving it!
Five points to #4
I vote for myself.
I got nothing.
I’m McLoving it!
I’m shovin’ it!
I’m oven mit!
I’m coven it!
-Wicked Witch of the West
Reim ruvving it!
Lovin’ Spoonful it!
I’m luffing it.
– Jack Aubrey
I’m roughing it.
– Bear Grylls
I’m buffering it.
I’m huffing it.
I’m snuffing it.
If Julia Child was a spy, what was Julia Adult?
I’m “enough”-ing it.
- Egyptian protesters
I still got nothing. I’m starting to worry.
I’m snubbing Mitt
I’m grubbing silt.
-Army Corps of Engineers
I’m a zit!
I’m eating shit!
Al Trautiwig or dung beetle
I’m bad-punning it.
I’m oppressing it.
I’m repressing it.
I’m nothin’ it.
I’m meta-ing it.
I’m ***kin’ it.
I’m snuggling it!
Pugsley to carrot
I’m sucking it!
I’m on fire!
I’m sloughing it!
I’m smoking it
I’m lemon mist
I’m playing Myst
LOL, nice one PP.
I’m spammin’ it.
-Your filter hates me
[Note: this comment was caught by the spam filter -- plover]
I had a disappoving rabbit pun (with link) that the spam filter caught, and it was a keeper.
I’m maxi kit
The fact is,
I’m Gary-Wrappin’ It.
I’m gold farmin’ it
I’m swimming it.
I’m Boltzmanning it.
It is 3Bulls!’ world,
I’m just living in it.
(p.s. What the frack is the plural possessive of 3Bulls!?????)*
*From Prentice Hall, Handbook for Writers, Eleventh Edition, page 222-223:
1. Add an apostrophe and s to form the possesive of singular nouns, indefinite pronouns, and plural nouns that do not end in s.
2. Add only an apostrophe to form the possessive of plural nouns ending in s.
1. Is 3Bulls! plural or singular?
2. Does 3Bulls! end in s, or in !? (3Bulls!’s or 3Bulls!’)
3. If the latter, where should the possessive be placed? (3Bulls’! or 3Bulls!’)
1) 3Bulls! is a blog. There is one of it — so, singular. (As far as I can tell, this type of case would not fall in the category under which Brits and other non-Murkins say things like “the team are”.)
2) 3Bulls! ends in ‘!’. However, the colloquial form 3Bulls ends in ‘s’. (If there are any cases in English where the final character of the orthographic form of a word is not treated as the final character for grammatico-orthographic purposes, I’m not thinking of them.)
3) There is nothing in the rules that says that non-standard characters affect the rules.
In the case of a metonymy whereby “3Bulls!” was taken to stand for “the authors of 3Bulls” (e.g. “3Bulls! have been kidnapped by disgruntled moose.”), the term “3Bulls!” might indeed take on the role of a grammatical plural. This raises the issue of whether, under this metonymy, a single 3Bulls! author would come to be known as a “3Bull”, and whether that should be spelled “3Bull” or “3Bull!”.
plover wins. Ombuds post forthcoming. Behold the tyranny of improvisational grammar!
Improv grammar night at the Chuckle Hut is sparsely attended….
I’m losing it!
Medic! We’ve got a punctuation wound over here!
(Either that or 3B has been afflicted with the hyperpossessivelessnesslessnesseses’s’.)
I wouldn’t worry. It doesn’t look like it hit a diacritical spot.
Also, you missed an “s” after the preantipenultimate letter.
Nurse: Doctor, I think he/she/it/bird is in a comma!
Doctor: How did this happen? Have you found a bullet, dagger, or backslash?
Nurse: No, but there was a caret in his colon.
Doctor: Wow! Give him/her/it/bird one lozenge, and one pilcrow.
Nurse: But, what if the caret is solidus?
Doctor: The pilcrow should induce diaeresis. If that doesn’t work then we’ll just have cut it out with the guillemets. Now, dash off, and underscore to the staff that this is serious! This patient is in his/her/it/bird prime!
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