Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Word Games' started by JustinCredible, Dec 31, 2018.
A leopard (singular) is recognised by its stripes and leopards (plural) are recognised by their stripes
I don't get it. Is it supposed to be a riddle / joke?
A leopard (singular) is recognised by ITS stripes and leopards (plural) are recognised by THEIR stripes
Leopards don't have stripes they have spots
OH MY ACTUAL GOD.
I am going to either start reading properly or kill my account here / jump off something high up with a concrete base. The SHAME. I THOUGHT the grammatical suggestion of 'its' / 'their' was a bit basic. Bugger.
If a plane crashed on the border between Austria and Germany, which country would the survivors be buried in?
You bury survivors? Murderer! Lol
There is no god, as discussed on another forum. lol
Whichever country theyre from or reside in once they eventually die
I'm not even playing! *Flounces*
I have my own one. I meant that one, obvs!
Not if they were lost at sea
theyre = they're
But my dear it plainly says on the Boarders of two countries.
* BORDERS *
naaaarr like boarders better lol
PMSL megs, read the thread from the start
made you giggle did't I
Apostrophe smostrophe. Appreciate I never put there or their