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Who are you closer to?
Posted 8/5/07
It's kinda difficult to decide...I was closer to my mom when I was younger, mostly because my dad worked in another state and only came home for weekends, but now it's hard to tell.
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Posted 8/5/07
^_^ Both of them! I love both Mommy & Daddy very, very much.
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Posted 8/5/07
oka-san!
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Posted 8/5/07

SeraphAlford wrote:

I’ve only met my father like…2. So mommy!

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P.S: The thread title, whom is out of place. That should just be a who. Whom should be used to suggest a secondary person. Like: My mother loves my father, whom is a pedophile. I think that sentense is right...then again.. You know what, that word is evil. That's the hardest bloody word to use properly in the english language! Next to: pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis. (Got to love spell check!) Mainly because it's hard as hell to spell! It's the longest word in the English dictionary.


No the thread title isn't out of place.. Whom is an object of a prep. Therefore, it should be "To Whom are you closet" since you is the subject, and we can't have two subject. heh. It makes more sense if you substitute whom/who with "Bob." If it sounds funky then it's whom.

Who is that masked man? (subject)

The men, four of whom are ill, were indicted for fraud. (object)

Mrs. Dimwit consulted an astrologer whom she met in Seattle. (She met him in Seattle.)

Jones is the man whom I went fishing with last spring. (I went fishing with him.)

BACK TO TOPIC: I would say my mom.

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Posted 8/5/07
My father and I rarely utter any words to each other....but my mom says TOO MUCH to me....haha. But I can definitely approach my mother more.

So even tho I care for and love them equally....Im closer to my mom.
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Posted 8/5/07
Mum over dad but i dont really like either so can i nominate a 3rd option and say partner
Posted 8/5/07
mom, spoils me more
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Posted 8/5/07
My mother cuz my father is barely home
and also my mom is the one who gave birth to me
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Posted 8/6/07
everyone! we're all close! woohooo!
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28 / F / Singapore
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Posted 8/6/07
mummy~
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Posted 8/6/07
Neither. I love my parents, I respect them, but that doesn't mean I have to like them. Besides, my mom may have given birth to me and my dad may have been there on the day of my birth, but they didn't raise me. So, I'd have to say my grandma and my older sister.
Posted 8/6/07
im close with my mom
Posted 8/6/07
I never had a dad... so i guess mom..
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Posted 8/6/07

aznrice2k4 wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:

I’ve only met my father like…2. So mommy!

EDIT:


P.S: The thread title, whom is out of place. That should just be a who. Whom should be used to suggest a secondary person. Like: My mother loves my father, whom is a pedophile. I think that sentense is right...then again.. You know what, that word is evil. That's the hardest bloody word to use properly in the english language! Next to: pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis. (Got to love spell check!) Mainly because it's hard as hell to spell! It's the longest word in the English dictionary.


No the thread title isn't out of place.. Whom is an object of a prep. Therefore, it should be "To Whom are you closet" since you is the subject, and we can't have two subject. heh. It makes more sense if you substitute whom/who with "Bob." If it sounds funky then it's whom.

Who is that masked man? (subject)

The men, four of whom are ill, were indicted for fraud. (object)

Mrs. Dimwit consulted an astrologer whom she met in Seattle. (She met him in Seattle.)

Jones is the man whom I went fishing with last spring. (I went fishing with him.)

BACK TO TOPIC: I would say my mom.



Ah! I stand corrected. Thanks for the English lesson....my pride hurts...

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Posted 8/6/07
mom for sure, picking out of two dads is too time-consuming....
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