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Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

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Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

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I never said she stole my money!i NEVER said she stole my money!i never SAID she stole my money!i never said SHE stole my money!i never said she STOLE my money!i never said she stole MY money!i never said she stole my MONEY!
Whoa. Weird! I read those all in my head!

Also, Here’s another interesting one. A professor once wrote “A woman without her man is nothing” on a board
The professor told his class to correctly punctuate the sentence. The males in the classroom wrote, “A woman, without her man, is nothing.” The women in the class wrote, “A woman: without her, man is nothing.” With just a simple change in punctuation, the entire meaning of the sentence was changed in an instant.

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I never said she stole my money!
i NEVER said she stole my money!
i never SAID she stole my money!
i never said SHE stole my money!
i never said she STOLE my money!
i never said she stole MY money!
i never said she stole my MONEY!

Whoa. Weird! I read those all in my head!

Also, Here’s another interesting one. A professor once wrote “A woman without her man is nothing” on a board

The professor told his class to correctly punctuate the sentence. The males in the classroom wrote, “A woman, without her man, is nothing.” The women in the class wrote, “A woman: without her, man is nothing.” With just a simple change in punctuation, the entire meaning of the sentence was changed in an instant.

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I’m still upset about Borders closing

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why test on animals when there r people who r rude to waiters

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