Epiphoone vs Grassroots

Discussion in 'Other Epiphones' started by JonMan94, Jun 3, 2011.

Epi or GR?

  1. Epiphone

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  2. Grassroots

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  3. you mispelled epi

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  4. clicking rats ass mean you cared enoughto read the thread

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  1. JonMan94

    JonMan94 Senior Member

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    who is better?

    ESP | GrassRoots Original Series

    the grassroots look alot better than the epiphones

    just a thought.
     
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    msfenderarg Senior Member

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    You misspelled Epiphone!!!
    :run:

    ...And you misspelt misspelled!!!
    :run:




    ;)
     
  4. Thumpalumpacus

    Thumpalumpacus Senior Member

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    The way that was worded is more in line with the British dialect than the North American, but it's perfectly acceptable. However, you should've used quotes around your suggested improvement:

    '"May I present to you" sounds better'

    :)
     
  5. msfenderarg

    msfenderarg Senior Member

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    Please, please, please!!!... Don't tell me I have to put everything in purple!!!:wow:
    :hyper: :run:
     
  6. msfenderarg

    msfenderarg Senior Member

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    Wait...If you're quoting me, shouldn't it be:

    " 'May I present to you' sounds better "

    ;)





    But then, if I'm quoting you quoting me...:hmm:














    :D


    ... ... ... ... ...Do I have to use purple?..Do I?!?!?!?!?!!?:run:
    :thumb:
     
  7. Thumpalumpacus

    Thumpalumpacus Senior Member

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    In line with the British wording, I went with the British usage of quotation marks: singletons wrapping up the entire quote, and any quotes inside that doubled.

    Also, the purple is unnecessary, I'm just funnin' you myself.

    This thread is turning into a race of embedded references. It's also turning my brain into mush. :)
     
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    ok for serious, who is better?
     
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    River Senior Member

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    Nice photography.
     
  11. msfenderarg

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    Me, definitely.:thumb:
     
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    BLEAGGFQGEUUQEUQUIWFOQILH!!!!!!!!!

    i give up
     

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