Originally Posted by gochiefs
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.
If you are not quoting anyone, then a comma is not required. If you are not quoting anyone, then quotation marks aren't required.
You were referring to a word used earlier by someone other than yourself. Most would call that a quote.
As usual, you completely miss the point. Your grammar is no better than 80% of the people on this board. Don't correct others if your writing skills could use honing.