FreeSpiritNY wrote:HarthorneWingo wrote:FreeSpiritNY wrote:Frank is retiring from the nba. He wants to leave on his terms. He gave the bench seat all he can give it. He also said the wind is to strong for his bones in New York so he just couldnâ€™t do it anymore
"Too" strong. "... the wind is too strong ..."
Did I strike a nerve? Iâ€™ve said this a million times. I donâ€™t care about my grammar I go on this site for fun and information.
You must hate life or not have one the one comment you quote was mine with to and too..
I from now on will specifically only use just to if it annoys you that much.
Ps :future advice worry about yourself snd not what others do if it doesnâ€™t actually affect you.
P.s: Youâ€™re user name should be Hawthorne_wingo not Hawthornewingo
So you need to fix that
This little guy wants to correct me yet his own username is wrong
Not trying to be funny. Just curious:
Why do people get so angry/upset when someone corrects them?? I make mistakes all the time. So, when someone tells me I left my keys in the door, or messed up my phone number on an application, or repeatedly misspell a word (on a resume, a forum, or anywhere), I actually appreciate the correction. I'd rather somebody correct me in a place like this so I don't make the same mistake somewhere else where it could cost me a job or money or something important.
I see this all the time. Someone gets corrected on a mistake they made, then they become defensive and leap out in attack mode to "get back" at someone for daring to make them aware of a mistake they made. Are we all too good/perfect to be corrected? Is it ego? Or what??
Again, NOT being funny. Seriously only being curious and only asking a genuine question as to why correcting someone always brings the same "attack" response.