#8467079, By wizbob DOT DOT MOTHERFUCKING DOT

  • wizbob 28 Feb 2012 17:28:37 782 posts
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    An increasing number of people use three commas in a row - like this ,,,

    I originally thought it might be uncorrected defective vision or an inability to distinguish between a comma and a full-stop.

    My new hypothesis is that o2 have started selling a cheap new handset that makes it harder for morons to insert the correct character.

    You'll often see an ellipsis used to conjugate clauses when someone is to angry or stupid to pick the correct term to link their sentence together.

    i.e.

    "I'm not paying those taxes ... the gubberment can't make me ... I'm so angry"
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