Posted 03 April 2010 - 07:51 AM
"your" and "you're" seem to be the most common error american's seem to have, they are pronounced the same but means something totally different
Their, there, and they're, all of which Lilja uses correctly, are other buggaboos.
Don't get me started on people who use apostrophes to pluralize. Lilja doesn't do that either.
All in all, Lilja is a good man.
Money on the board: Current total: $6
$1 for a goal by any current Wing after whom I have named a hamster. An additional $5 for a series-clinching goal scored by any current Wing after whom I have named a hamster. $5 if the other team fails to score against a current Wing goalie after whom I have named a hamster.
Hamsters I have had: (current Wings highlighted)
Henrik Pavel Tomas Nicklas Dominik
Niklas Matthew Daniel Robert
Johan Andreas Valtteri Jonathan
Andrew Patrick Ian Todd
Jordin Damien Gustav James