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Wait was it intentional?
"No, I am doing good. I was using good as a substantive adjective, as in I am doing good things."
"I like my balls, I take care of them."- Rob Dibble
Ryan Church got ENORMOUS.
You can't spell VenEZuela without EZ.
CMD tried to clean up his gaffe by saying he meant it in the "your jerk stinks" sense but inadvertently added the article in front of it.
Imagine if we still had Sutton.
My gf says "ugh that's annoying" every time the chant starts up
he said "your an jerk". I don't know how you spin that to be grammatically correct.
Why is Clippard pitching here? Riggleman continues to abuse his arm. How hard is it to give him 2 or 3 days rest to get back on track?
He was making a joke to cover up his mistake by treating "an jerk" as a noun. In that context, it would be seen as your "an jerk", similar to your room. Get it?I do a similar thing in the following exchange which I have:"How are you?""I'm doing good""You're doing well, not good""No, I am doing good. I was using good as a substantive adjective, as in I am doing good things."
I know, I love being a smart ass.btw, I sig'd the quote.
He did it tongue in cheek. He knew he had erred. He was just being goofy.
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