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Subject case or nominative case, the grammatical case for a noun

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So sally sold seashells on the seashore and suddenly she stumbled upon a stalactite in the sand and she stumbled and was stabbed in her sternum. But I alliterate too much.

I'm bored. (wow. what a shocker) and I'm blogging for the first time in like a year. I'm not expecting many people to read it, and even less to comment on it. Which saddens me. I mean cmon I'm pouring my tiny little heart out in this thing but no one cares =( *cry*

Anyway, umm...what's going on people? How's everything going? My feet ar cold =( I gots a blankie covering them but they're still cold, I hope I'm not getting sick or something...that would totally suck. I think that penguins should all wear shoes, or at least socks. It's so cold in the arctic that they're little flipper thingies must get freezing gcold there!!! I wonder, do polar bears wear sweaters in the summer? If bunny condoms existed would they still have as much sex? If you put a squid in a hot tub would it become calamari? Just some stuff I'm wondering about...

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TheLastTrueGentleman

Jun 11 @ 1:35AM  
Why are there Interstates in HI? That was always one that perplexed me. And when is a door ajar? And my all-time favorite......Which sandwich is for which witch?

Hope that helped your boredom.

Get back to me.
tassie1

Jun 11 @ 3:30AM  
well i read it , and grinned.
I bet you wonder if the light really does go off in the fridge when you close the door don't ya
Roustabout

Jun 11 @ 7:05AM  
So Sally stumbled, stabbing her sternum, solidly stating "Streuth! That stings!"

It may be neither nominal nor nominative; still, it's certainly subjective!

Penguins live in the Antarctic, polar bears wear freezers in the summer and bunny condoms do exist, they just make like Nascar and burn rubber!


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Subject case or nominative case, the grammatical case for a noun