Question: Did you happen to watch the movie The Little Rascals?

Answer: if yes

excellent, continue to the disclaimer please


unfortunately, you’re going to need to go watch the entire movie, in full, and try this loop again later.


Ok, so you don’t necessarily HAVE to watch the entire movie to understand where I’m going with this-they have a lovely young character named “Uh-Huh”, which presents this concept:

“Actually, I’ve always had a rather extensive vocabulary, not to mention a phenomenal grasp of grammar and a superlative command of syntax. I simply chose not to employ them.”

This quote is integral into your continuation of reading anything that I, myself, Laurie McGee, put out into the world (they let anyone do anything these days, don’t they…), because I have my own personal version of Laurie syntax and grammar that you may have been unaware of (like completely misusing the comma and what, whhaaat, ending a sentence with a preposition (and sometimes even sub-parenthetical phrases, like a true middle finger to my english professors)).

Allow me to clarify:

In my heart of hearts, I know what I’m doing-I’m in full control of how disgustingly awful this is, and if you cannot comprehend reading a sentence that throws everything you learned in Lang. 101 out the window, you’re going to need to stop and close this browser, before any more damage is done (and I’d suggest a glass of wine after what you’ve just been through). I 100% refuse to subject my writing to such stifling standards.


Because I can.

Now lets be friends and talk about coding.

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