Page thirty-five.

One of my favorite new sites is Happyplace.com. They post hilarious tweets and Facebook posts from people. Today, they posted this article about the proper use of your and you’re. I thought it was relevent because I’ve been talking about proper grammar lately.

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INT. RESTAURANT – CONTINUOUS

Martin and Perry are sitting at the table.

MARTIN
That was weird.

PERRY
What?

Martin dials Sam again.

INT. BEDROOM – CONTINUOUS

The phone starts ringing again in Sam’s room. Sam rips the phone out of the wall.

INT. RESTAURANT – CONTINUOUS

Martin hangs up the phone.

MARTIN
Sam wouldn’t welch, would he?

PERRY
Welch? What does that mean?

MARTIN
To renig on a deal.

PERRY
Renig? What does that mean?

MARTIN
Jesus, Perry, you need to read more.

PERRY
Hey! No blasphemy.

MARTIN
Blasphemy? What does that mean?

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