My favorite personal syntax is "put 'goodFood' into the large mouth of me"
Another favorite: "get SomeOneElseToCleanUp(afterwards)"
On Nov 19, 2010, at 4:13 AM, David Bovill wrote:
> Yes - I've seen this when you refer to "me" using strange syntax like that.
> That's not me personally - you're welcome to refer to me in whatever syntax
> you like, but the behavior. Not my behavior... anyway. There does seem to be
> some downside of an English like syntax.