Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

2 Meter Peter

2 Metre Peter

I’d be wrapped if he came to us.

I’d be rapt if he came to us.

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You get the idea. Go nuts!

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Why is the M in Metre capitalised?

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It’s a proper noun.

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If it’s a proper noun, and not a measurement, should 2 be written as Two?

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Why does the thread title lack an Oxford comma?

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Why is there capitalisation halfway through a sentence?

Did Wimm write The thread title?

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Now we’re getting into the spirit of it!

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Every time I see Peter mentioned, Stallion says he’s coming. But where is going too, was he invited, who else is there? Why does Peter inspire so much travelling.

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too Meter Petre

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Tomb eater Peter

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@Preliminary_Point2, pls

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I’d edit it, but in the spirit of the thread, it should stay.

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He gives me the runs.

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My grammar mistakes are actually my literary style.

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Lotsa Height Wright.

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Two meter peter is quite poetic.

I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen Wim and Robbo in the same room.

Only one line per paragraph.
Only one thought per paragraph.
I mean really?
Who even needs paragraphs that are any longer than one line?
I’ll tell you who.
Nobody, that’s who.

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To meter Peter you’ll need a Peter meter. To be sure that you can meter Peter in the case of a Peter meter failure you’ll need two Peter meters. After metering Peter twice, and taking the average of the two meters you’ll be able to conclude that Peter is in fact 2 metres. A two metre Peter if you will.

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FTFY

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