Double fisting Gray Goose bottles. We've officially ruined her.
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I love all the spelling comments... you got a keeper here...
I love that fisting and double fisting over here mean something COMPLETELY different... We call this double parked...LOL :)
Edward Gray Goose hands FTW
idiot, its spelled grEy goose.
Ruined? Or fixed?!
theorig are you joking... Gray can be spelled with an e or an a. Spelled, however, can't be spelled with a t.
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."
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.
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
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...
@Clazel LMAO I assumed double fisting was related to fisting haha. That would DEFINITELY ruin her haha
Might hurt lol
I also used to have a watch
You spelt Grey wrong- dumbass
@toohiigh-actually since it's a brand name it can only be spelled grey dumbass
You mean fixed??
Gotta love North Jersey. Land of free flowing alcohol and cash.
Gray can be spelled grey or gray. Grey Goose, however, is a brand name, and is spelled respectively.
It's "spelled" not spelt. Dumbass.
Actually, both are correct. Who's the dumbass?
Why is everyone such a hater??
Glad you know how to spell dumbass