I wonder how many times furries have been called to court and forced to testify based on their furriness.
Like, a piece of evidence is a video of furries dancing, and a lawyer asks, “Is this you, dancing as SuperKitsune?”
"Yes, it is."
"Did you bring the fursuit with you?"
"Can you show us?"
And the person gets in the fursuit, and the judge notices that the tail is different. The person testifies that the first tail got damaged at a furry convention. The lawyer of the defendant starts yelling, saying that they’re trying to indict their client on a lie, as that’s obviously not the same suit.
This has probably happened.
A revival of the Festival Express tour where Janis Joplin, The Band, The Grateful Dead, and others travelled across Canada on a train, performing concerts and making musical history.
Except the only band is the Quad City DJs.
And the only song they’ll perform is “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)” repeated several times.
There’s a special kind of grammatical error in accidentally putting you’re instead of your. When you write your instead of you’re, that’s just faster, taking out the apostrophe and e. It’s an honest mistake. Everyone reading that sentence understands it. Most people would shrug off a “I think your a cool person.”
But when you put you’re instead of your, you actively have to have put work into it. There’s two extra characters there. It also adds an unnecessary implied word of “are”, “You’re Care Bear Collection is sweet” becomes “You are Care Bear collection is sweet”.
Worst of all, it implies you know about the “you/you’re” distinction. You know there is a rule, but you broke it.
And the reason I made this post is because I did this today.