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View Poll Results: Which is moar betterer?
This is moar better 8 36.36%
That is betterer 1 4.55%
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Old 12-24-08, 03:19 PM   #1
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Which is moar betterer?

So I want to see what other people think, is this or that better?
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So I want to see what other people think, is this or that better?
When your choices are three, as in your poll for example, I believe the question should be which is the "betterest".

If, however, pared down to simply "this" and "that" options, thy choice is obvious -- "that".......is gonna drive Botto nucking futs!
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When your choices are three, as in your poll for example, I believe the question should be which is the "betterest".

If, however, pared down to simply "this" and "that" options, thy choice is obvious -- "that".......is gonna drive Botto nucking futs!
FAIL!

It should be "bettererest."
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The betterest would have been to choose multiple options.
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It should be "bettererest."


Bestesterest.
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moar better is correct incorrect usage that the young, and now Japanese kids love.
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Wait, young kids are turning Japanese?
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Wait, young kids are turning Japanese?
yes, where have you been?

the world can be divided down to... Star Wars, Star Trek, BSG/B5/etc and Japanophiles
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you really think so?
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fortunately I already was Japanese when I came to be.
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I think you're turning Japaneser.
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Soon you'll be the Japanesest.
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then I'll be the princes of the universe!
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I like the word "moar" so I chose the option with that.
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What are you calling yourself?!?

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the world can be divided down to... Star Wars, Star Trek, BSG/B5/etc and Japanophiles
All your slang adjectives are belong to us. Make your post. You have no time. Set us up the punchline.
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