Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by Hardcor, Jan 23, 2018.
"We're on the fish".
“We’re” is a contraction of the phrase “we are”: the apostrophe stands for the omitted letter A. “Were” is simply a plural past-tense form of the verb “are.” To talk about something happening now or in the future, use “we’re”; but to talk about something in the past, use “were.”
See how I get when I'm not fishing.
I will let you proof read the next one
Hoo neads two spel whin u no how tooo feesh
hulk hogan fishes?
They're not the same.
Separate names with a comma.