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Old 09-01-2009, 05:34 AM   #31
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Martha, when you use colloquialisms, true grammar rules go out the door. Or do', as it were.

Ho's it is. Cos Hos just aint right, one and done Martha.
youz a ho.
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Old 09-01-2009, 08:03 AM   #32
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Martha, when you use colloquialisms, true grammar rules go out the door. Or do', as it were.

Ho's it is. Cos Hos just aint right, one and done Martha.
I think you may be right. Hos is that big guy from Bonanza. Or is that Hoss?

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Old 09-01-2009, 08:16 AM   #33
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Bad form, I agree, but hos just looks so, so wrong. Teacher, what do we do when using slang to refer to multiple women of loose morals?
ho 2 (h)
n. pl. hos
Slang A prostitute.

Although I would think hoes, myself. Just not "ho's". I hate apostrophe abuse.
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that's why it's just better to replace s with z. everyone knows what hoez iz.
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I fail to see the appeal of Fiji water really, it seems to be more of a status symbol.

I mean come on, water is barely distinguishable between brands.


A note to y'all Brita people, dont leave your water in the jug (or whatever) for long periods, since it filters out the chlorine that stops bacteria growing. You don't wanna be sipping bacteria soup.
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But storing it in the fridge should impede bacterial growth, right?
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ho 2 (h)
n. pl. hos
Slang A prostitute.

Although I would think hoes, myself. Just not "ho's". I hate apostrophe abuse.
Hoes would be wildly inaccurate, though.

Hos it is, it just looks wrong.
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Old 09-01-2009, 02:40 PM   #38
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that's why it's just better to replace s with z. everyone knows what hoez iz.
I like this solution.
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youz a ho.
I iz.
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But storing it in the fridge should impede bacterial growth, right?
Well it'd slow it, but mold and stuff still grows in the fridge. Just dont keep it there for ages and clean and disinfect the jug often. Should be ok.
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I'll take my chances. I used Brita for years before my foray into bottled water, and didn't disinfect the jug, just gave it a quick washing out when I change the filter every few months (although it's very likely that there were times I forgot even that) and we're just fine. I easily go through more than a jug a day when I'm on my own anyway, several when my daughter is home, so it rarely sits in the fridge for any length of time.
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