Also, shows instead of the word witness.
What's Up, Docs? Not What's Up, Doc's? Also shorts. Not short's. Thanks.
Every time you misuse an apostrophe, baby Jesus cries. *docs* *shorts*
Real writers know that simple plural nouns don't need apostrophes.
This is a joke right?
Already have my tickets. However, my observation last year was that some of the local Burlesque groups are just as good, if not better.
If I never see or hear the word "cosplay" again, it will be just fine with me.
Can't beat this event. It is the best. Thanks to all!
Details? When? Where?
Correction: "The Haunted Ruins: The Quest for the Magic Chalice"
Um, did you mean 'complement it with a dirty body'? I know learning about words is hard, but you can do it if you try.
Who would want to miss Mr. Cucaracha?
At Tucson High, in the late 50's, Coach Jones, our PE teacher, told us we didn't have to do push ups on the exceeding hot pavement IF we could cook a raw egg. Somehow it was never THAT hot and the push ups prevailed. Your article brought back that memory from well over 50 years ago.
FYI...Tickets are $10 per adult and $5 for kids the first GLOW! and then they are $15 & $7.50 for the next three.
un petit rendevous?
If you're going to try to sound sophisticated, make sure your indefinite article matches your noun. Rendezvous is masculine, kids. GTS.
For the full schedule: http://eepurl.com/bv75AX
It won't be on each car. Geeze,crabby pants
Bleah. What if it's music you don't particularly like listening to? Then you're stuck with it just because you decided to go somewhere on public transportation.
Your link is to the Boulder Fox. Here's the correct URL: http://foxtucsontheatre.org/
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