We found her in the fireplace eating dog biscuits.
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WHERE THE FUCK IS THE COMMA?!?!?!
Seriously. Grammar Nazis are the absolute worst. The internet is the only place where they can sound smart because they have all the time in the world to correct their stupidity. Who wants to bet this person beats off to grammar corrections?
Nope. Just your mother.
Aw, that's so cute! You keep it up, sweetie. Also, for the text to have the meaning you suggest, it would have to be punctuated, "...fireplace-eating dog biscuits." As the child of two English teachers, I can tell you that correcting grammar does not help you win friends and influence people.
You must be a great teacher, expanding literary minds via TFLN. Bravo, oh keeper of The Bard's Flame.
yet you took the time to correct the grammar in this text in the first place...lmao.
Hahahahhaha!!!!! Oh man, i would love to have been privy to the experiences that preceded finding her.
Are you serious?? Chill out little English major
You know, a comma or two could go a long way here. There's a big difference between This sentence, which implies she was somehow inside a dog biscuit which was capable of eating a fireplace, and what I think was being said, which would read "We found her in the fireplace, eating dog biscuits."
We know you, are a virgin. I even added a period for you.
Most people can tell the context of the OP without having a stick up their ass. Get a fuckin grip, dont lose your shit over ONE comma.
Seriously, anyone with any common sense should be able to figure out what was meant... And if you complain about a comma you're an idiot!
@regalbagel chill the fuck out, asshole.
Evidently these dog biscuits mistook her for a fireplace.
Actually, I've gotta say I think this is a text into which grammar Nazis might have the most amusing insights.