I have a problem. By telling you that you can pretty much assume that I'm going to tell you what my problem is. Hey, that reminds me: Do you use contractions in homework or for school? Because often things sound really goofy without contractions, but then again, it would (it'd? Is that a real contraction or just something we made up?) seem kind of informal, like putting 'cause instead of because, or something like that. Oh yeah, can you start a sentence with Because. Or like, if your science teacher gives you a question for homework and says write in full sentences (are there any other kind of sentences? What's the difference between that and non-full sentences? Do you start parentheses with a capital letter or what?), and the question involves explaining something, do you put, "This is because..." or actually restate the question. Because (there, I just did it) writing "This is because..." is writing in full sentences (?), but it's kind of bogus.
Now where was I? Oh yes, my problem. Now, do I just say it, or put "Here it is..."? Wait, no! Gotta concentrate. Gotta concentrate. Here's the problem with the word "Gotta": Once, when I was little, I decided to check the messages. One call was regarding my dad being a soccer coach. I went to talk to him but then got distracted (it doesn't happen to much). A day or so later, my dad was talking about how he wanted to be a soccer coach. I said to him, "Dad, you gotta call". I meant, "Dad, you got a call", but he thought I meant, "Dad, you have to call". He just laughed.
A week or so later he was talking about it again. Once again I said to him, "Dad, you gotta call", and once again he misinterpreted me (does that mean the same as misunderstood?). This time I said it again, and my mom heard it. She explained (with small words) to my dad what I meant. By that time it was too late.
So my problem is, I don't know what to post about. Normally I post about my blog, but...
Hey, look at that! Problem solved.
*Author's note: This would be a good place to end my blog but I'm going to keep rambling.
Ya' know what? I'm bored: So just keep those LOTW's coming in!