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♪Today we're gonna teach you about a common writing error♪

 

♪The difference is among the forms of “there” and “their” and “they’re”♪

 

♪So sit your ass right down and let us sing this song to you♪

 

♪Cause teaching others grammar is the thing we like to do♪

 

♪Now there, that’s T-H-E-R-E, just demonstrates direction (that’s right!)♪

 

♪And their, that’s T-H-E-I-R, just signifies possession♪

 

♪And they’re with an apostrophe just means two words are joined♪

 

♪And now you know these rules, it’s time to hit you in the groin with….♪

 

♪A hammer, a hammer, a hammer to your groin♪

 

♪A hammer (ooch), a hammer (yikes), a hammer to your loins♪

 

♪We’re sorry that you have to die in such a messed up fashion♪

 

♪But teaching others grammar and then killing them is our passion!♪

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♪THIS IS A SONG ABOUT COULD'VE VS. COULD OF

SO LISTEN UP DOGS SO YOU COULD TELL THEM APART

IF YOU USE COULD'VE CONGRATS THAT'S CORRECT

BUT IF YOU USE COULD OF

FUCK YOU!♪

 

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You're- You are

"You're such a bitch sometimes"

 

Your-

1.

belonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressing.

"what is your name?"

2.

belonging to or associated with any person in general.

"the sight is enough to break your heart"

 

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Its-

belonging to or associated with a thing previously mentioned or easily identified.

"turn the camera on its side"

 

belonging to or associated with a child or animal of unspecified sex.

"a baby in its mother's womb"

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​​​​​​It's-

it is.

"it's my fault"

 

it has.

"it's been a hot day"

 

​​​​​​You can also use 'Tis

 

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'Twas and Was are the same except 'Twas is It Was 

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​​​​​​Too-

1. a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively.

"he was driving too fast"

synonyms: excessively, overly, over, unduly, immoderately, inordinately, unreasonably, extremely, exorbitantly, very; informal; Too-too

"invasion would be too risky"

2.

in addition; also.

"is he coming too?"

synonyms: also, as well, in addition, additionally, into the bargain, besides, furthermore, moreover, on top of that, to boot, likewise

"he was unhappy, too, you know"

 

To-

1.

expressing motion in the direction of (a particular location).

"walking down to the mall"

2.

identifying the person or thing affected.

"you were terribly unkind to her"

infinitive marker

1.

used with the base form of a verb to indicate that the verb is in the infinitive, in particular.

2.

used without a verb following when the missing verb is clearly understood.

"he asked her to come but she said she didn't want to"

adverb

1.

so as to be closed or nearly closed.

"he pulled the door to behind him"

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R U L E S
 

-Don't make your OC (original character) be an absolute god. Roleplayers hate it when they see an OC who is claiming to be "god of the universe" and is totally "impenetrable." Making an absolute god won't help you make friends.

God Mod, AKA Autoing. God-modding is basically being impenetrable and indestructible in every possible way. Don't do this, even if you are roleplaying a God of some sort. Remember: if your character gets killed in a particular storyline, you do not have to declare early retirement and kill off your character completely. Also, autoing is when you try to hit someone and they somehow "always hit without missing." This can also be called character controlling, controlling other characters, etc. It's insulting to the other roleplayer if you suddenly throw a tomahawk at them with no chance of escaping because it's pointless

 

-Don't call yourself "professional" because you "act like your character in real life" or you've been Roleplaying your character for so long that "you know everything about them." The "Professional Roleplayer" does not exist. The only "professional" is the man/woman/group who created the universe you're roleplaying in.

 

 

-Sex: The rules in a nutshell. Don't roleplay-rape anyone (yeah, it exists, and happens), don't have sex in comments, don't upload sexually provocative pictures unless both parties are dressed and/or no genitalia is exposed, don't put "I'm so horny" in your status, don't put words like "horny slut" or "submissive whore" in your display name, and if you're in a relationship, don't go off and do other people.

 

-Drama. Ah, drama. A Roleplayer's worst pet peeve. Roleplayers mainly hate all the real life drama others bring in for attention. Don't be that person that sends a million bulletins/journals about your real life issues.

If you have a problem in real life, talk with a friend in comments, messages, or on IM. Don't broadcast it to the world. However, you are allowed to broadcast in a journal that you'll limit your activity because of a death, school/work, problems in the family, etc. Just don't go overboard.

Don't post a million statuses about how your parents are annoying. We all have annoying parents.

Also, don't claim that you're going to retire, and then be all "oh wait, never mind." That pisses people off the most. If you're going to retire, think about it thoroughly and don't broadcast it prematurely just so you can watch everyone beg you to stay. Retiring is a personal decision.

 

 

-Be the nice guy/girl. Accept constructive criticism, be nice, don't take things said in roleplay personally, make friends, chat up, etc. Be easy to get along with, and great roleplaying opportunities shall come your way.

 

 

-Remember that you can only control your character (not those of others), unless you have the other person's permission. People are likely to be annoyed if you control their characters without warning...this includes their Non Playable Characters (NPC's).

 

-A lot of role-players prefer you to have a certain standard for how much you write, and it always varies. You might aim to write three good sentences while someone else wants three good paragraphs, or vice versa

 

-Never God-Mod. God-modding can refer to many things, for example: being immortal (never gets hurt or killed, dodges every blow), or taking control of another person's character. Usually it is a power or point of character that unbalances the role-play.

 

-Have a way that you can contact with your other roleplayer(s) on a regular basis. This varies for different people, so discuss it before you begin the roleplay if you think it might become an issue

 

-Remember that you can only control your character (not those of others), unless you have the other person's permission. People are likely to be annoyed if you control their characters without warning...this includes their Non Playable Characters (NPC's).

 

Basic roleplaying keywords are:

RP: Roleplay

PC: Player Character (Usually...you)

NPC: Non Playable Character (Not you and usually not any other real person either... think less Ash Ketchum and more...Nurse Joy)

WB: Writer's block

OOC: Out of Character (),//,{},<>,\/,{},etc. Is also allowed

Powerplaying: Which refers to trying to control other people's characters.

Godmodding: Changing in game rules or controlling other characters actions or reactions.

Mary Sue or Gary Stu: Creating a "Perfect character" with little or no weakness, overly dramatic or perfect past, and excellent at everything.

Literate: A very good role-player who shows that they are able to demonstrate proper use of grammar, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and so forth. A literate role-player knows when long introductions are appropriate, understands the place for short one or two sentence posts and keeps in character emotions separate from their own.

Semi-Lit: A decent role-player who has an "OK" grasp of grammar, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and so forth. A Semi-Lit role-player typically writes (sometimes excessively) long introductions several paragraphs in length and posts of up to a paragraph and longer.

Illiterate: A terrible role-player who disregards all grammar, punctuation, capitalization, etcetera ad nauseum. Their spelling is usually equal to chat-speak (also known as "l337 spk"). An illiterate role-player typically writes one paragraph for their introduction, and around one or two sentences per post. One word posts are also frequent,and they aren't welcome in this group so no bye


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