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Friday, April 06, 2007

You ask, I answer: Part 7

Question #7: When is your birthday? I have found THE BEST present for you.

My birthday is March 14. We left for Florida on my birthday, but this was just a coincidence.

I love presents. Is it a semicolon?

5 comments:

Miss Lyndsy said...

Oh, be gentle; not everyone knows how to use them.

P.S.
Woot to the March birthdays!

Amy H. said...

Oh well. It's close enough to your actual birthday that I can call it a belated gift, even though I didn't know it was you birthday. Cool? I am gonna go order it right now!!!
Here I go!
Ames

Steve & Megan said...

Oh dear. I just realised that that could have been read as snark. I did not mean that you misused a semicolon; I was making fun of myself yet again by implying that punctuation would be a good present.

Maybe we should do a gift exchange for Mother's Day. That could be fun.

Torq said...

See? Being snarky most of the time means that everyone is going to read your posts as ALWAYS snary! It's better to be nice, even when grammar is involved.

Megan in New Hampshire said...

Here's a good rule of thumb:

If I have named a person or have obviously directed an entire post at an individual, I am being snarky.

If I haven't, I'm likely not being snarky.

Also, I make fun of myself far more than I make fun of anyone else. My dear readers, you're on the good side. I won't make fun of you.