316 – the walkin’ dead



November 30th, 2012

316 – the walkin’ dead

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I don’t want to suffer an’y more than I h’ave ‘to

QUIC’K, P’ULL’ TH’E TR”IGG’E'R””’

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Discussion (24)¬

  1. Nicksilver says:

    Antics will never be the same ;__;

  2. Icyclectic says:

    I’m very sorry, but … “Kill whom”

  3. Nerdator says:

    Also, it’s ‘Kill whom?’

  4. Angelo says:

    You shall not be forgotten, neither your mistakes.

  5. buttsman says:

    W’ell mi’ss you Copernicus’! T_T

  6. buttsman says:

    lol that ain’t even an apostrophe.

  7. buttsman says:

    am i talking to myself?

  8. buttsman says:

    yes.

  9. RandomPie says:

    Its’ completely necessary.
    OH GOD WHY FLETCHER! GUNS ARE’NT S’POSSED TO DO THAT!

  10. LunarKnight says:

    cant’…..breathe……side’s….hurting…..

  11. Relatively Sane says:

    @RandomPie

    I will shoot you after I have my grammatical seizure. do’nt try to… oh wait…

  12. TheCynicalPear says:

    Not gonna lie, I cried…

  13. Gotstastay says:

    ^^^You’d better be trolling lol

  14. GRABLBLBLBLBL says:

    Are you really gonna kill you’re mate !?

  15. snup says:

    congratulations! this is copernicus’s 50th unseen death! or not. i haven’t really been counting, but this sort of thing has happened a lot.

  16. Gray says:

    I made sure that I use them right just to be sure.

  17. baconflavoredbacon says:

    thats’ not even inc’rrect, if y’ think ’bout it as on’ god…

  18. Ale says:

    One of the best so far, hahah

  19. yes says:

    g’ood’bye c’ruel’ worl’d

  20. Mowwww says:

    I honestly don’t get it….

  21. Nevon says:

    Hammer of the Gods meaning more than one god. Hammer of the God’s would be a single gods hammer such as in the case with Thor’s Hammer. apostrophe s would be possesive. God’s Hammer or Hammer of the Gods would be correct but not Hammer of the God’s.

  22. Smith says:

    However, if the gun belongs to someone/thing called “Hammer of the God” (perhaps a musician?) then the grammar is perfectly valid.

    Compare “System of a Down’s new album”, for example.

  23. Nevon says:

    @Smith when the hell did System of a Down come out with a new album :O

  24. .;'p[o says:

    BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY, BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY, BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY

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