I know when you’re injured mom sometimes gives you an ice pop but I didn’t know she would duct tape it to you.
My injured mom has never given me an ice pop.
I know when your injured, mom…
That comma can mean the difference between helping your uncle Jack, off a horse AND helping your uncle jack off a horse!
It can also save grandpas life: Let’s eat grandpa! As opposed to let’s eat, grandpa!
Except in real English you wouldnt actually put a comma behind Jack, dumbass. Unless Uncle Jack is a real fricken pervert and a half, most normal people would realize it isnt the latter.
And Cro~Mag, you’ve still got “you’re” spelled wrong. The mods fixed it in the caption though, so now my first comment looks stupid.
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