The word is “Considerate.”

Uh, can you use it in a sentence?

Yes, “considerate done.”

Um, I don’t think that’s how it’s used.

Do you want me to use it in another sentence? This isn’t a grammar bee–just spell the word.

Can you tell me the definition?

I don’t know; can I?

Could you at least consider it? This isn’t a jack-ass bee.

…Considerate: the quality of doing something with considerable consideration for considerately being considered for considering the consideracy.

Can you give me anything useful at all?!

It starts with the letter “C.”

I see… Okay–

Incorrect.

What?!

Considerate. It starts C-O-N-S, not I-C-O-K… I honestly don’t know how you messed that up.

F-U.

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10 thoughts on “

  1. No, no, no–when you approach a woman in a bar, you compliment her hair. Try it next time BEFORE the fuzzy navels.

  2. mfcampbell93 says:

    Laugh out loud reading this. haha

  3. MrBinks says:

    Brilliant.

    B-R-I-L-L…

  4. musicslave96 says:

    Hahaha..This made my night :D
    Liking your blog so far ;)

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