Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bees' started by jb63, Mar 30, 2013.
Appropriate music for a nice show. :thumbsup: Dandelions and green grass. :roll:
Are those goats in the background?
I am seeing a lot of orientation flights here as well now. Lots of new foragers coming up!
Good eye Omie they are my wives pigmy goats.
JB.---How many wives do you have? :rolling::rotfl:
Just the two , should it have been my wifes?
Forgive me JB, I know it's not nice to be a heckler about spelling and grammar, that's not the purpose of this forum.
But sometimes, the opportunity is too enticing to pass up. Besides, we have to gear down slowly from our winter's humor-time.
I've been busy these past few days searching for my wife's misplaced watch. At least your wife's goats are easy to spot. :grin: (Got to give it to Omie, it thought I spotted a dog.)
Haha - at first I though those goats were rabbits in the background...
At first I spelled wifes and spell-check put a red line under it so I asked my wife and she said maybe it's spelled wives.Then I said may be it's an ' s, no that would be wife is.So I went with her spelling.
If you think English can be a confusing language, wait till you try Hebrew. :dontknow:
great video jb, love the banjo music! :grin:
Nice vid! I bet those dandelions in front of the hive are as dry as a bone!
Just to clarify:
If you have only one wife, it is "They are my wife's goats."
If you have more than one wife, it's: "They are my wives' goats."
(also note use of apostrophes to denote ownership of the goats)
One wife: "My wife loves me."
More than one wife: "My wives love me."
Thank you Omie.:razz: I'll stick with my one and only.
I am my wife's love and she is mine. :grin: