“Unless you encountered us in person, in which case you'd've heard "Oh, yeah, we're not dating anymore, but we're still friends.”
“Re: Don't know if you'd've DIED here in the U.S. - gaia_kiari - Mar. 23rd, 2010 01: 37 pm (UTC) Expand”
“Don't know if you'd've DIED here in the U.S. - justinvest - Mar. 23rd, 2010 07: 54 am (UTC) Expand”
“You'd think you'd've chucked your Catholic inhibitions long ago.”
“If it had been a cow patty, you'd've eaten it and said it was delicious.”
“If you'd really gone online and looked up something about where you were going, you'd've just destroyed the hard drive and done it as soon as you left.”
“I know Gore doesn't want to endorse anybody, but you'd've thought he'd've at least commented on the gas tax rebate boondoggle, wonder why he didn't (or maybe he did and I missed it) ...”
“We were curious as to what you'd've thought of the process as practiced up here, compared to the US.”
“When you sacrifice story and character for some didactic point you're trying to make, you have lost the whole point of telling the story at all; you'd've been better off writing an essay.”
“I'd no longer be an online fixture; you'd've had to visit me in my new home in the Pantyhose section of Bloomingdales to get your MissPinkKate fix.”
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