My Jack Handy Moment

I was wondering the other day, had Craig and I met through some kind of internet dating service instead of in person (and I'm not saying we would or wouldn't have ever done that sort of thing, just wondering), would I have scared him off due to my consistent misuse of the comma?

4 thoughts on “My Jack Handy Moment

  1. mopsy says:

    Misused commas are a big relationship deal-breaker. That’s why I carefully hid that side of me from my husband.
    Speaking of Jack Handy: “If you saw two guys named Hambone and Flippy, which one would you think liked dolphins most? I’d say Flippy, wouldn’t you? You’d be wrong though. It’s Hambone.”

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  2. mopsy says:

    Misused commas are a big relationship deal-breaker. That’s why I carefully hid that side of me from my husband.
    Speaking of Jack Handy: “If you saw two guys named Hambone and Flippy, which one would you think liked dolphins most? I’d say Flippy, wouldn’t you? You’d be wrong though. It’s Hambone.”

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  3. Craig says:

    Hard to say. Perhaps if my love for the English language weren’t as fully developed as it is now (the “raging hormones” thing helped, too). Guess you’re kind of “grandfathered in” after ten years now, though, eh? Seriously, though, you’re a hundred times more wonderful than a well-placed comma…

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  4. Craig says:

    Hard to say. Perhaps if my love for the English language weren’t as fully developed as it is now (the “raging hormones” thing helped, too). Guess you’re kind of “grandfathered in” after ten years now, though, eh? Seriously, though, you’re a hundred times more wonderful than a well-placed comma…

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