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  • I love all the spelling comments... you got a keeper here...

    Submitted by whointucson on May 4, 10 at 1:45am
  • idiot, its spelled grEy goose.

    Submitted by jibbity on May 2, 10 at 9:55pm
  • Edward Gray Goose hands FTW

    Submitted by Po1sonator on May 2, 10 at 2:42pm
  • I love that fisting and double fisting over here mean something COMPLETELY different... We call this double parked...LOL :)

    Submitted by radivier on May 2, 10 at 8:17pm
  • That's GEESE!

    Submitted by Splyt on May 2, 10 at 10:26pm
  • Ruined? Or fixed?!

    Submitted by errrric on May 2, 10 at 2:33pm
  • Dumb ass*

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 2, 10 at 7:17pm
  • Woah - fisting means something VERY different in the UK! Although double fisting by our definition would also officially ruin her, but in a very different way...

    Submitted by clazel on May 3, 10 at 10:06am
    • @Clazel LMAO I assumed double fisting was related to fisting haha. That would DEFINITELY ruin her haha

      Submitted by girlatthrockshow on May 4, 10 at 3:08am
  • theorig are you joking... Gray can be spelled with an e or an a. Spelled, however, can't be spelled with a t.

    Submitted by toohiigh on May 2, 10 at 8:05pm
    • too bad you're wrong. it may be spelled "wall" but the store itself is spelled "wal-mart." you cant spell grey goose with an a. but if youre british, you CAN spell it "spelt."

      Submitted by jibbity on May 2, 10 at 9:57pm
      • the store is spelled wal-mart because Sam WALton was the man who started the chain. Not because they wanted to be cheeky and misspell. I don't recall being British as an acceptable criteria to misuse words. Unless of course you were referring to:\n\nSpelt–noun\na wheat, Triticum aestivum spelta, native to southern Europe and western Asia, used chiefly for livestock feed.

        Submitted by thearcher on May 3, 10 at 1:23am
        • spell1    [spel] Show IPA verb, spelled or spelt, spell·ing.\n–verb (used with object)\n\nIt really can be spelled (spelt) either way; it's a difference resulting from a departure in English evolution. :) American spelling: 'spelled'; British: 'spelt'. \n\nProper nouns are always spelled according to their original form. (Ex. If your name is Sarah, it is inappropriate to spell your name Sara, however, for a different individual Sara may be the correct spe

          Submitted by TheActress89 on May 6, 10 at 10:28am
  • I also used to have a watch

    Submitted by kingler37 on May 4, 10 at 8:53pm
  • You spelt Grey wrong- dumbass

    Submitted by theorigDM on May 2, 10 at 3:07pm
  • Might hurt lol

    Submitted by Michguy on May 2, 10 at 3:03pm
  • 1.26- "accordingly."

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 3, 10 at 4:30am
  • Gotta love North Jersey. Land of free flowing alcohol and cash.

    Submitted by MP9090 on May 2, 10 at 2:46pm
  • You mean fixed??

    Submitted by purpleispretty on May 2, 10 at 3:30pm
  • @toohiigh-actually since it's a brand name it can only be spelled grey dumbass

    Submitted by ClevelandSteamer on May 2, 10 at 9:56pm
  • Gray can be spelled grey or gray. Grey Goose, however, is a brand name, and is spelled respectively.

    Submitted by yeah_im_shy on May 3, 10 at 1:26am
  • It's "spelled" not spelt. Dumbass.

    Submitted by itouch on May 2, 10 at 3:37pm
  • Why is everyone such a hater??

    Submitted by spuddzter on May 3, 10 at 12:16am
  • Glad you know how to spell dumbass

    Submitted by breiner on May 2, 10 at 10:14pm