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This is an internet forum, not some etiquette school you jerk.

(You live in the same state as me... poop...)

You're quite an angry person, aren't you? While it may not be an etiquette school, there are certainly no restrictions on well written posts, are there?

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There's a difference between "it's" and "its".

It's not going to fix itself on its own.

I hope we've all learned a lesson in grammar from my previous sentence.

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This should help the less intelligent people of the forum. :P

:lol: Sometimes the unintelligent enjoy being blissfully unaware that they made mistakes :lol:

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Thanks Klepackage as this will help my dream (top become a mod) although I could never live up to Denivre Kelly The Mad Fiddler and Chicken Hounk's mighty standards *sob*.

Anyways good job and from now on I shall improve my forum grammar.

Thanks

-X41

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Thanks Klepackage as this will help my dream (top become a mod) although I could never live up to Denivre Kelly The Mad Fiddler and Chicken Hounk's mighty standards *sob*.

Anyways good job and from now on I shall improve my forum grammar.

Thanks

-X41

You don't have to be a mod to help out around the forums :). All you have to do is be friendly, helpful, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Wait... I took that from something else... Either way! Good guidelines! You can still help out!

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For it's and its, it's is a contraction of it and is, so you would use it when you describe something... or something :D. An example would be it's blue. Its is possessive, meaning that you would use it when there's something possessing something. for example: its blue bone.

Another grammar mistake is the difference between there, their and they're. There is a place, like "over there". Their is possessive like it's their gold bag. They're is a contraction of they and are, like they are super mega awesome.

The their, they're, and they in the second paragraph all referred to The Behemoth. :D

Edit: Added capitalization, which is another touchy thing. Please try to capitalize the first letter in each sentence(though it's not the most important thing), anything that has a capital(names, places, titles, etc) and not every second letter please. that can get annoying.

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Great post, I am new so obviously I have no clue what I am doing. So I had a question...

 

How do I post a picture? I see the "my media" button... but how do I add to my media?

 

Thanks - Noob

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