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2013-11-15 09:06:57 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-11-15 09:27:02 PM  
There Will Be Charges...
 
2013-11-15 09:32:57 PM  
"Have drunk," subby.
 
2013-11-15 09:33:40 PM  
My milkshake brings all the boys to the morgue
Damn right, it's better than yours
 
2013-11-15 09:33:55 PM  
Well fark me gently with a chainsaw.

media.boingboing.net
 
2013-11-15 09:34:41 PM  
That milkshake won't bring all the boys to the yard...or if it does they will never leave.
 
2013-11-15 09:34:45 PM  
I've come halfway across this fair state to post this, so if I say I'm a poster, you will believe me
 
2013-11-15 09:34:56 PM  
memedepot.com

/Keep it up, FL!
 
2013-11-15 09:35:30 PM  

ornithopter: My milkshake brings all the boys to the morgue
Damn right, it's better than yours


Also, the milkshake brought all the pigs to the yard.
 
2013-11-15 09:35:56 PM  

ornithopter: My milkshake brings all the boys to the morgue
Damn right, it's better than yours


I was gonna go with 'graveyard', but I think yours works better.
 
2013-11-15 10:03:09 PM  

wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.



Have drunk subby, will publish headlines.


/drink, drunked, have dranken
 
2013-11-15 10:03:12 PM  
Im sorry..Was that a Five dollar milkshake?
 
2013-11-15 10:23:25 PM  
dank drank dank drunk
had to say that
 
2013-11-15 10:26:05 PM  
i could teach you but i have to charge.... that's like a $25 milkshake friend..
 
2013-11-15 10:31:32 PM  

wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.


Thank you for this. I know English is, like, hard or something but it seems that Fark is a dumping ground for bad grammar modmins & submitards.

On top of that, it's not even a funny headline.
 
2013-11-15 10:39:41 PM  

wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.


Came to say this.

I haven't done any research on this but, at least here in the Upper Midwest, the present perfect and past perfect are all but dead except among extremely well-educated people. I've mentioned this error to people who have never even  heardof using these constructions. These same people have told me that they think what I tell them is the correct forms "just sound wrong" and that nobody except people like me would know or care about this. It's much more common to hear "have ate," "had ran" and all the rest than to hear the correct versions. Instead, apparently, just using  auxiliary verbs like "have" or "had" with the simple past verb is just jim-dandy with over 90% of folks. "Have drank" as in the headline here is probably accepted as "normal" by more people than the  actualcorrect answer, sadly. Maybe Futurama is right and we'll be using "axe" in place of "ask" in the future, too.
 
2013-11-15 10:47:42 PM  
Yet another reason not to have a roommate.   I'm sure I would get on anyone's nerves if they lived with me.  Then this could happen.
 
2013-11-15 10:48:25 PM  

menschenfresser: wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.

Came to say this.

I haven't done any research on this but, at least here in the Upper Midwest, the present perfect and past perfect are all but dead except among extremely well-educated people. I've mentioned this error to people who have never even  heardof using these constructions. These same people have told me that they think what I tell them is the correct forms "just sound wrong" and that nobody except people like me would know or care about this. It's much more common to hear "have ate," "had ran" and all the rest than to hear the correct versions. Instead, apparently, just using  auxiliary verbs like "have" or "had" with the simple past verb is just jim-dandy with over 90% of folks. "Have drank" as in the headline here is probably accepted as "normal" by more people than the  actualcorrect answer, sadly. Maybe Futurama is right and we'll be using "axe" in place of "ask" in the future, too.


"Have drank" grates on my ears.  Still, I think I may be fighting a losing battle, judging by the lab reports I have to read.

/I spare my eyes the pain and skim over them
 
2013-11-15 10:48:25 PM  
He will now get all the privacy he could want in prison.
 
2013-11-15 10:51:29 PM  
DRAAAAIIIIIINAGE!!!!
 
2013-11-15 11:00:06 PM  
"Drunk" is the past participle of... oh never mind, everyone beat me to it!
 
2013-11-15 11:17:58 PM  
His milkshake brings all the boys to the graveyard. That's right, it's better than your's.
 
2013-11-15 11:27:02 PM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.


Have drunk subby, will publish headlines.


/drink, drunked, have dranken


Thank you. Saved me some trouble.

/dranken would have made the headline better
 
2013-11-15 11:30:27 PM  
www.uproxx.com
 
2013-11-16 12:06:15 AM  

menschenfresser: wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.

Came to say this.

I haven't done any research on this but, at least here in the Upper Midwest, the present perfect and past perfect are all but dead except among extremely well-educated people. I've mentioned this error to people who have never even  heardof using these constructions. These same people have told me that they think what I tell them is the correct forms "just sound wrong" and that nobody except people like me would know or care about this. It's much more common to hear "have ate," "had ran" and all the rest than to hear the correct versions. Instead, apparently, just using  auxiliary verbs like "have" or "had" with the simple past verb is just jim-dandy with over 90% of folks. "Have drank" as in the headline here is probably accepted as "normal" by more people than the  actualcorrect answer, sadly. Maybe Futurama is right and we'll be using "axe" in place of "ask" in the future, too.


The Midwest is past participle purgatory.  Half of my relatives say things like "He done this when he should have did that."  That's wrong two different ways.
 
2013-11-16 12:28:04 AM  

Aquapope: menschenfresser: wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.

Came to say this.

The Midwest is past participle purgatory.  Half of my relatives say things like "He done this when he should have did that."  That's wrong two different ways.


Ever since I moved to the southern tier of New York, I occasionally catch myself imitating local vernacular and it consists of horrifying things like that. It makes me want to stab myself at times, especially when I hear my (dead) mother sighing behind me in exasperation.
 
2013-11-16 12:56:22 AM  
"I would have went" bugs me like crazy, especially when 'of' is used instead of 'have'.
 
2013-11-16 02:11:12 AM  

menschenfresser: wiredroach: "Have drunk," subby.

Came to say this.

I haven't done any research on this but, at least here in the Upper Midwest, the present perfect and past perfect are all but dead except among extremely well-educated people. I've mentioned this error to people who have never even  heardof using these constructions. These same people have told me that they think what I tell them is the correct forms "just sound wrong" and that nobody except people like me would know or care about this. It's much more common to hear "have ate," "had ran" and all the rest than to hear the correct versions. Instead, apparently, just using  auxiliary verbs like "have" or "had" with the simple past verb is just jim-dandy with over 90% of folks. "Have drank" as in the headline here is probably accepted as "normal" by more people than the  actualcorrect answer, sadly. Maybe Futurama is right and we'll be using "axe" in place of "ask" in the future, too.


Grammar is all well and good, but this is the sort of distinction about which I don't give a fark.
 
2013-11-16 08:33:59 AM  
Shaken, not interred.
 
2013-11-16 10:10:43 AM  
First Dumbass.  Why would you admit to making the milkshake?   Let the investigation find out the guy made his own milkshake.
Dead Dumbass.  Why would you drink anything your roommate (who hates you) makes for you?
 
2013-11-16 11:08:13 AM  
I appreciate the headline being fixed, but now we all look dumb complaining about something that's not there anymore.

/the three words that best describe you are as follows and I quote
//drink, drank, drunk
 
2013-11-16 12:41:10 PM  
Why the eff would he say he put the med in there to kill him.

Say "I dunno, but he was biatching that his wife did it again, no I dont know what "it" meant, and he said he was going to kill himself one of these days."
 
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