“Remember when we won the league after two games. That was today.”
Says it all.
‘Says it all’, although integral to the point, and acting somewhat as a qualifier/modifier (delete whichever is somewhere near closest to the appropriate rhetorical device) to the point being made, doesn’t count as an extra sentence, the top sentence stands alone in ‘saying it all’, so un-remember seeing it. And this bit. Just remember the top one and imagine that you think that that sums up your feelings. And not just your feelings. Everyone’s feelings. You might want to say to yourself, after you’ve read it, “says it all’. But in your head. Or under your breath.
There were 5 things we learned as we were watching this Premier League game on Friday:
A) Watched it this time. It was good.
B) Pogba should’ve passed it.
C) Confused by possession stats at end – they had more of the ball and yet lost. Just have to hope Louis didn’t watch.
D) I was hopelessly wrong about Zlatan, he could fight Zeus.
E) by gum. Does your belly touch your bum? Do your tits ha