1417 days ago
Me and the cookie monster...
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awwn that's too adorable :) love ur angelical face
Max Sweetie, you look like you didn't get that cookie!
Max, close your ears. Suzzi, only if I can bite you AND the cookie. . . .
Tammy....bite me! If I give you a cookie, will you go away?
"Ok Daddy, I held still for the camera, NOW can I have a cookie?"
... means, "YOU FINISH THE COMMENT" an adorable way 2tweet!
i cld nvr bebesit 4u max, i wld smother u w/kisses! how sweet, i cant pick a fave pic-they r all gr8. thnx 4sharing!
you people are talking as if Max is the one who typed the caption. he'll learn grammer when he gets to school. let people enjoy his photos.
I disagree. It depends how the ellipsis is intended - an ellipsis can be used to end a sentence - with the 'after the bath'yes I, but ellipsis doesn't mean the sentence continues necessarily...
together after my bath." Listen to me, Max, not those other folks. They will blow smoke up your tushie because your dad is famous. That's not what you need. I've got your back :o)
Max is adorable, no doubt, but I'm not wrong. The "..." at the end indicate that the sentence continues after that (and therefore doesn't end with "Cookie Monster and me"). Therefore, the sentence would read something like, "The Cookie Monster and I posed
Exactly. He's doing pretty well for a baby!
The kid's adorable! Who cares if he uses proper grammar at his age? He'll learn some day.
Tammy is wrong. Max/ Lance is right. You only say I if you could say it on your own - however, you usually respect the other person and thus put them first. So the correct sentence would be 'The cookie monster and me'.
sooo CUTE!! i wanna hug you Max! :)
Max you're getting big
And Max, you're a total cutie! Getting so big!
@__Tammy Actually it is "me and the cookie monster". The implied full sentence is, "here is a pic of 'me and the cookie monster'". You wouldn't say "here is a pic of 'I and the cookie monster'", would you?
Max don't listen to Tammy, she's not correct either!
includes proper grammar! :o)
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