Wednesday, November 12, 2014

FISHDUCKY TRIES YET AGAIN TO SEDUCE WILLY DUNNE WOOTERS

Fishducky of fishducky, finally! thinks she can seduce Willy Dunne Wooters by rubbing it in that I'm The Queen of Grammar, and every now and then, I might correct someone. Thus, she sends me funny grammar-based cartoons. She knows WDW will see them and think about all the times I've mentioned his grammatical errors.








Don't worry, Willy Dunne Wooters.
I won't let the rich lady touch you.



the real fishducky

40 comments:

  1. I'm in the doghouse this morning, Janie Junebug. Last night Mrs. Shady and I were making whoopee. In the heat of passion I called out my own name.

    (BA-DUM-BUMP)

    Happy Wednesday to you, dear Janie!

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    1. That's understandable. In Annie Hall, Woody Allen's character says something to the effect of, Hey, don't knock masturbation. It's sex with someone I love.

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  2. Wait a minute. Now I'm confused. It has to be, '''better than me." Oy!

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    1. It's I. People usually say me, but it's not really and truly correct. Put "am" on the end of a sentence. He's not better than I AM. You know that's correct because you wouldn't say He's not better than me am. Of course, some people might say exactly that. It's the wonderful world of grammar.

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  3. You are so funny, Janie! I've so enjoyed catching up on your recent posts.

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad we found each other.

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  4. I love the dancing lady. :) Me sounds better to the ear. I suppose because we hear it incorrectly more often. Me am sure. lol

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  5. Lol. Thanks for sharing your humor.

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    1. I need to keep fishducky away from my man.

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  6. Step away from the Wooters, fishducky! I might have to do a gal pal throw down, and you don't want to see that happen!

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    1. Wow! That's quite an offer. I'll be sure not to cross you.

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  7. We need more grammar queens to protect our wonderful language. Darn tootin' we do.

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  8. Well the eyes/ayes have it! (Is that right?)

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    1. The saying is "ayes," but I bet you can make up something with "eyes."

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  9. I don't know if my eyeballs can stand much more of this. I think it would be a great time to start hibernating.

    Blessings and Bear hugs while I hibernate.

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    1. I'd like to hibernate, but it doesn't get cold enough in Florida.

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  10. You and Fishducky make an outrageously fun duo. Throw WDW in the mix, poor guy don't stand no chance. Me wouldn't either. xo

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    1. I am proud to be a ducky. Now I want fishducky to adopt me.

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  11. Coming over from John's blog and enjoying every post. Love your sense of humor. Looking forward to catching up.

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  12. I'd make some smart ass comment, but between you & Cherdo, I'm afraid to!!

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    1. Now, now. You're safe with us, little old lady.

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  13. P.S. Thanks for running my photo--show it to WDW!!

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  14. I hope you, and Cherdo don't decide to go duck hunting anytime soon! Fishducky really quacks me up, as do you Janie!

    Julie

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    1. Cherdo and I are not the huntress type. We talk a good game, but we're pretty well behaved (other than staying up too late at night).

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  15. Janie, I think fishducky actually likes the photo! Here in Texas I get to see grammar murdered periodically!

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    1. Fishducky has such a good sense of humor that I knew she would like the photo. I don't think Texas is alone in murdering grammar.

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  16. I get a lot of strange looks when I say "better than I" rather than "better than me." On the other hand, I get strange looks most of the time when I use "me" correctly, as when I say "join Liz and me." "No, no, it should be Liz and I!" That's because they were told not to say "Me and Liz went somewhere," for instance, when they were very young... so they assume the word "me" is almost always incorrect.

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    1. Maybe you get strange looks for other reasons, hmmmmmm?

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  17. I sometimes have to smack my coworker because she'll say, "Contact Andrea or I if you have any questions."

    And it's always "drug." Why, why, WHY???????

    GAH!!!!!!!

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    1. I hear drug sometimes. It's quite upsetting.

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  18. The lady has certainly got some hot moves..!

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