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See more butts?
I upvoted your comment because I wasn't sure if you really didn't fully get it or if you were just trolling.
Grammar Nazi out!
Your sentence lacks a verb, Miss Grammar Nazi.
Ahh, but the English language is weird. 'Sit down!', for example, is classed as a correct sentence, despite it not containing a noun. It's the just the 'You will' has been omitted but you still read it that way. Technically speaking, I have done the same but instead it's 'is going'
Although truth be told, I was actually writing down spoken English.
"Sit down" is grammatically correct because the sentence's subject is understood to be "you". (Fun Fact on the same note: The shortest grammatically correct sentence in the English language is "Go.") Your sentence was not imperative though, and it did have a subject. It just happened to lack a predicate. ;)
Which was not necessary for 'Grammar Nazi out!' anyway. I've put it into Word and Word is completely happy with it :p
Grammar does get confusing as there are a lot of exceptions to the rules.
Microsoft word once let me replace every verb in one of my essays with "turtle". I find your point moot. I am, however, just picking on the Grammar Nazi.
That's brilliant XDXDXD Why turtle?
I had a suspicion that my teacher wasn't actually reading my papers, but just writing B's down. And, I have a fascination for turtles. She only caught one of the turtles. -.-
GODDAMMIT! I'VE BEEN NAZI-ED!
I actually wasn't sure.
Upvote for honesty.
I had a friend named Jessica Eaton, married a guy with the last name Busch. No shit, the Eaton-Busch wedding was AWESOME
Sounds like a hell of a party.
Better than the husband of one of my teachers in grade school. His name was Harry Pitts.
I bet the bride requested the title be Butts-Seymour, and they refused to comply.
"Sorry ma'am but that just goes against our corporate bylaws. We do things for the lulz around here."