Re: The Longest Thread Ever v28
I'm one in a five person English-y group, so we don't have grammar based disagreements [often*], especially since one of us is a linguist. However, we do fight a metric fuck-ton over style: is Virginia Woolf's version of "stream of consciousness" actually stream of consciousness, or would Faulkner's be more appropriate? We fight about whether or not colloquialisms are acceptable in papers, as well; mostly that stuff.
My nerves are bad to-night.
Stay with me.
Speak to me.
Why do you never speak?
Speak. What thinking?
What are you thinking of?
I never know what you are thinking.