Your dad was your 2nd grade hero. Mine still is. TFM.

    1. The Piker

      Alright, lets break this down, from the 2nd person perspective. “My dad was my 2nd grade hero.” The speaker’s possessive entity is not defined, thus, “mine” can be interpretted as the speaker’s hero or father. If it is in reference to the established hero, then my father is still his hero.

      13 years ago at 11:31 am
    2. The Piker

      Nah, chemistry. I just happen to have learned the basics of english over the years.

      13 years ago at 1:38 pm
  1. 46 BRO Lawn

    This post is pretty easy to follow which makes both of your^^ jokes trying to make it seem confusing pretty unfunny.

    13 years ago at 8:12 am
    1. brocephus1865

      agreed, i think the only one that might work is “you’re still in second grade?”, but this is a nice change from the usual father posts about how your dad did something that you had nothing to do with

      13 years ago at 8:26 am