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The most frivolous complaint on this forum.

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  • sandwedgeking
    2639 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    Punctuation and sentence structure aside, I think it's a completely valid and well thought out complaint. I'm with ya!
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  • datasurgeon
    1878 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    You do know that it generates Hearts not cash?
  • ljwaug23
    128 posts
    edited February 2014
    by the end of the event he's going to have no voice left in my town.
  • Starman_thc
    389 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    Dang, and I was looking forwards to making the most frivolous complaint here (misspelled PINNED topic!)...
  • jayjaykay00
    242 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    You do know that it generates Hearts not cash?

    I do realize this. Why do you ask?
  • ebenbane
    188 posts
    edited February 2014
    Yes, very frivolous and petty, but I don't think there has been a topic more true.
  • Bravewall
    4253 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    meh, I see more frivolous every day. :wink:
  • jayjaykay00
    242 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    Bravewall wrote:
    meh, I see more frivolous every day. :wink:

    I'll try better tomorrow. :P
  • ljwaug23
    128 posts
    edited February 2014
    Bravewall wrote:
    meh, I see more frivolous every day. :wink:

    All the idiots, myself included, I do hope you get paid for moderating if not real cash then donuts.
  • delegg629524
    337 posts
    edited February 2014
    "ditty" is correct.
  • spidergirl79
    499 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    -1

    dit·ty
    ?dit?/Submit
    noun
    1.
    a short simple song.
    "a lovely little music-hall ditty"

    did·dly-squat
    ?didl? ?skwät/
    pronouninformal
    pronoun: diddly
    1.
    anything.
    "she didn't care diddly-squat about what Darryl thought"

    So, I don't agree. I know Flanders tends to add "iddly" to the end of things but this just doesn't work in this case.
  • jayjaykay00
    242 posts Member
    edited February 2014
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    dit·ty
    ?dit?/Submit
    noun
    1.
    a short simple song.
    "a lovely little music-hall ditty"

    did·dly-squat
    ?didl? ?skwät/
    pronouninformal
    pronoun: diddly
    1.
    anything.
    "she didn't care diddly-squat about what Darryl thought"

    So, I don't agree. I know Flanders tends to add "iddly" to the end of things but this just doesn't work in this case.

    Thanks webster. I was aware of the words meaning, and since the task pays a measly 10 hearts for 6 hours I felt it gave it another layer of truth. But heaven forbid my grammar is not of the utmost perfection on a internet forum.
  • ljwaug23
    128 posts
    edited February 2014
    How about a ditty-iddly?
  • jae_bazz
    5730 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    Dang, and I was looking forwards to making the most frivolous complaint here (misspelled PINNED topic!)...

    I never noticed that compiled was spelled wrong! That might drive me crazy now :)
  • spidergirl79
    499 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    -1

    dit·ty
    ?dit?/Submit
    noun
    1.
    a short simple song.
    "a lovely little music-hall ditty"

    did·dly-squat
    ?didl? ?skwät/
    pronouninformal
    pronoun: diddly
    1.
    anything.
    "she didn't care diddly-squat about what Darryl thought"

    So, I don't agree. I know Flanders tends to add "iddly" to the end of things but this just doesn't work in this case.

    Thanks webster. I was aware of the words meaning, and since the task pays a measly 10 hearts for 6 hours I felt it gave it another layer of truth. But heaven forbid my grammar is not of the utmost perfection on a internet forum.

    Hey hey now, don't take it that way...:( I wasn't trying to correct you in a mean grammar **** type way. Just stating why I don't agree this time. ;)
  • jayjaykay00
    242 posts Member
    edited February 2014
    -1

    dit·ty
    ?dit?/Submit
    noun
    1.
    a short simple song.
    "a lovely little music-hall ditty"

    did·dly-squat
    ?didl? ?skwät/
    pronouninformal
    pronoun: diddly
    1.
    anything.
    "she didn't care diddly-squat about what Darryl thought"

    So, I don't agree. I know Flanders tends to add "iddly" to the end of things but this just doesn't work in this case.

    Thanks webster. I was aware of the words meaning, and since the task pays a measly 10 hearts for 6 hours I felt it gave it another layer of truth. But heaven forbid my grammar is not of the utmost perfection on a internet forum.

    Hey hey now, don't take it that way...:( I wasn't trying to correct you in a mean grammar **** type way. Just stating why I don't agree this time. ;)

    Oh. Well my bad then. Of course you're entitled to your opinion. To me it just seems awful d*ckish to post definitions like that.
  • benshTX
    12 posts
    edited February 2014
    Punctuation and sentence structure aside, I think it's a completely valid and well thought out complaint. I'm with ya!

    This thread certainly lived up to its title.
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