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Ask Evil Chicken

Posted by Troacctid, in Runescape, Humor 29 August 2011 · 1,042 views

Tip.It advice column runescape humor
Another of my articles was published in the Tip.It Times. You can read it here.

They changed my (correct) punctuation of "parents' house" to (incorrect) "parent's house". There are two parents. It's plural. The apostrophe should be after the s. I checked my original submission and it was right the way I had it when I sent it in. So...someone changed it to be wrong. Nice, guys. Nice. -.-

But yeah. Click the link and check it out.




Oh, those silly editors :P
Grats on that, always look forward to your work.
I've been reading your entries for quite a while.Nice writing.

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Troacctid began adventuring in Runescape in early 2007, and has since traveled all across Gielinor and accumulated healthy amounts of knowledge, wealth, and power. She enjoys undermining evil world-domination schemes, defending the innocent from oppression, wrestling sharks out of the water with her bare hands, and Magic: The Gathering. Her friends call her "Pi".

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