Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Cases in which the subjunctive mood is correct! you intransigent, four-flushing knave!

as of 2005, there are still certain cases in which the subjunctive mood, rather than the indicative, are still the correct usage in the English language -- all subjective feelings, temper tantrums (tantra?), and Screaming Mimi's to the contrary.

Quod eras dixit, reductio ad absurdum et taurus excreta cerebrum vincit. (Et ridentem dicere verum quid vetat?)

Take that, you intransigent, four-flushing knave!

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