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His dad will be very proud.
Where have they spent the last 10 years, under a rock?Support for The Sureshs™ in the mid-west remains strong. I surveyed road construction workers today and 88% of them felt that he was the savior of modern tennis. Only 3% had never heard of him and the remaining sample was undecided.
The Srshs keeps rode workers immployed repaireing poobwholes Hee maykes along the weigh two Hiz knightly ballet purrphormantzes.Support for The Sureshs™ in the mid-west remains strong. I surveyed road construction workers today and 88% of them felt that he was the savior of modern tennis. Only 3% had never heard of him and the remaining sample was undecided.
Conversely, Srsh dad is so proud.Elon Musk's disdain for his dad probably just intensified, after the 76-year-old Musk patriarch essentially called his son fat and said he's not proud of him.www.tmz.com
The kind of tennis he plays, high-speed, low-drag with surgical precision, is the kind of tennis we all should be playing. If more people would accept The Sureshs™ as their tennis mentor, tennis would be better off.Moving story. Everytime I see Srsh documentary in Netflakes, I shed a tear of joy.
The correct word is "Ze".Fixed grammatically for gin durr flewidity correctness.
A century and more beefour The[y] Srshs eliminated the knead fore singular pronouns dew two there UUUGGGEEE sighs.The correct word is "Ze".
- used instead of ‘he’ or ‘she’ to refer to a person of unspecified or non-binary gender previously mentioned or easily identified.
"I understood exactly what ze meant"
mid 19th century (in an isolated use): from Z (chosen as representing a sound not used in other pronouns) + -e as in he or she.