Originally Posted by KCWolfman
There's no proof of me losing any bet...if there is, offer it up. Also, at least I can spell "liar," you dumbass. Check out that incredible punctuation too....the comma BEFORE the quotation mark. Boo-yah!
The line "if there is, offer it up." should be a stand alone sentence. Also note that if you do use a verbatim quote a comma goes before the first quotation mark as well. No comma is needed if the quote ends in an exclamation point or question mark, even if the sentence continues after the quote.
I was not quoting anyone, I was referring to the word "liar," as I am here.
Also, "if there is, offer it up," IS a stand alone sentence. I just used the .... to simulate a pause in thinking.