I can't take it any longer


#1

It’s “Somebody WHOM I Used to Know.”

I usually reserve grammar nazi mode for when I’m trolling, but this has gone too far. Every child in America is going to grow up to sound like even more of an illiterate dunce.

RAWR!


#2

that*


#3


#4

I love the internet you can find and ‘almostanswer’ to anything:p

Unwhom My Heart
What is the difference between “I knew him” and “I used to know him”?

‘Used to’ suggests a past state or situation and stresses that it no longer exists.

eg We’ve worked together for 20 years. He’s changed a lot since his wife died.I used to know him. But now I feel like I don’t.

We’ve worked together for 20 years. He’s changed a lot since his wife died. Now I feel like I don’t know him at all.