So until October gets here I will be posting comments on reviews on Amazon about the book series I am interested in despite it being written by a cowardly twelve year old who doesn't know s**t about Basic English, but maybe her being British has something to do with it?
Anyways I love looking at the negative reviews because I find them to be much more detailed in what annoyed them. And there was this review that I found funny because apparently the main character gets knocked up by the guy and complains that she won't be able to have oral sex without getting sick even though she did not want to get pregnant to begin with.
Then the reviews copies and paste a scene from the book, but at the time I thought she just typed it out. But anyways I comment asking about the oral sex part and comment about her using the wrong form of past like the author did. And she tells me that she copied and paste it from her kindle and that her review is in present tense and that it is my problem and not her's.
what a dumbass! What does your review being made in the present have to do with you using past and pass?
The line was "I wanted to push past him"
Um honey you wanna sit there and b***h about these characters and how the author is this and that and yet you won't get on her about her obvious lack of basic English?
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