#3
I would have thought it would be an adjective both ways...
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LOL ! muther fuker i was gonna say that LOL!
#4
Quote by Metal_Rich
I would have thought it would be an adjective both ways...


Nah, if it were just 'Smashing Pumpkins', Smashing could easily be a verb.
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im more of a social godzilla than chameleon

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Alright, I'll give them a try, Japanese Black Speed rarely disappoints.

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Hmm judging from your pic you'd fit in more with a fat busted tribute.
#5
It's The Smashing Pumpkins. /\ btw, your sig's wrong. those mass killings happened in 1936.
It's gonna be a blue day
#7
Quote by isawred
do they use "smashing" as an adjective or is it "the"smashing pumpkins?


Well, it's the other way around. If it was "The" Smashing Pumpkins, it would be an adjective, whereas without it, it would be a verb.

I'm such a ****ing grammar Nazi. I didn't even help, haha.
#8
Quote by perry589
It's The Smashing Pumpkins. /\ btw, your sig's wrong. those mass killings happened in 1936.


It's also a quote, which only further proves the stupidity of the person that originally said it. Said stupidity is the reason why it's in my sig.
Quote by justinb904
im more of a social godzilla than chameleon

Quote by MetalMessiah665
Alright, I'll give them a try, Japanese Black Speed rarely disappoints.

Quote by azzemojo
Hmm judging from your pic you'd fit in more with a fat busted tribute.
#9
These's an explanation of this on their Wiki article page.
Oh, I'll break them down, no mercy shown,
Heaven knows, it's got to be this time,
Watching her, these things she said,
The times she cried,
Too frail to wake this time.
#11
Quote by Blackholesun00
They added "The" on the Mellon Collie album, and onwards.

On the new album it's just "Smashing Pumpkins" too.

There's a thriving Pumpkins thread around here somewhere already.

Populus vult decipi. Decipiatur.

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It's can be a contraction and genitive case.

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