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I know - my point is that it's used as slang as well. And not just by "people who don't know what they're talking about".
Speaking of which, did anyone else LOL when they discovered there's an actual place called the Hindu Kush? I've never wanted to smoke a mountain range before.
For lack of a better image, I will just have to post this:
You're wrong, sorry, but try to read the rest of that sentance and include whatever experience you think you have on the subject. You don't think you're addicted when you get used that one cigrette and your body expects it every day? That's denial. I dare you to go back, read the rest of what I wrote and then try not to have that desire while you quit that one cigrette a day. I promise you, you will have an urge and that is addiciton.
Most people don't realize they are even addicted to cigrettes, but even if you smoke one a day, you are still addicted.
The girls at my school are mostly stuck-up and fake. I hate hangin out with girls bc they cause too much drama.
That's the great thing about jazz. It doesn't even have to sound musical, but it somehow still is.
My girlfriend went to South Carolina for spring break and there was a restaurant called Dick's Last Resort, which they call it that because the servers intentionally act like dicks to the customers to be humorous.
I think you need to recalibrate where you think adverts stop and reality begins.
Wow, I just lost so many times from you guys...
I re-re-read it, and I guess it could work both ways. :p
If you're talking about instrument players as a class, then I guess "their" is more proper.
But if you're talking about the individual players, then I think "they're" would be more proper.