• "Will you marry me?" Is a marriage
proposal.
"Will, You, Mary, Me" is foursome proposal.
"Will, you marry me" is a time traveler spoiling
make Will, who has amnesia remember who he is.
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    • I love how I funny can teach people the shit their brains forgot bc most of us are too traumatized to care to remember how to use commas in all manners. Good job
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    • "Will, you, marry me." is a young woman commanding Will and whoever she is pointing at to marry her.
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    • Hey guys. Today’s my birthday but none of my friends remembered. Can I get some happy birthdays? Thanks guys
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    • Hate reddit
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    • "Will you marry, me?" is a young person looking in the mirror and asking themselves an introspective question about their future marriage plans.
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    • what?
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    • "Forgive me Father, for I have sinned," and "I'm sorry Daddy, I've been naughty," mean the same thing.
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    • my name is Will and my sister is Mary and i am not joking.
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    • And this, is a Reddit Moment
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    • “Me marry, you will” is how Yoda would propose
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    • Will, you, be funnier please.
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    • The Cavewoman would say “You Will, Me Mary.”
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    • Will Will Smith smith? Will Smith will smith.
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    • “Will you Marry, Me” is the magic book I wrote that reveals if you’ll marry.
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    • “You will marry me” is what got me kicked out of the Children’s Hospital
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    • Will you marry-me. Is a note left by me, asking my time traveling buddy if they get married later
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    • Marry me, will you ? Is yoda best working phrase
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    • Marry me, you will.
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    • Marry does not equal Mary
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    • "Will, you marry. Me...?" a person telling their friend Will that he'll get a wife while also being unsure on their own future spouse situation.
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    • “Marry me you will” is Yoda.
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    • Will you marry, me?
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    • Will, you marry me. Is also a cavewoman proposing.
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    • “Will, you marry me” Is a man/woman telling the pastor, Will, to marry their soon to be spouse.
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    • Neat
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    • That's some good commady
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    • This was featured last year
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    • “Will you marry? Me” is someone with mild Tourette’s asking whether their friend will elope
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    • Foundry 6 jul
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    • Reddit moment
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    • Reddit again
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    • Will you MARRY, ME is asking someone if they will marry you
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    • Riker IS always hitting his head around women
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    • "Will" is will, fuck you niga
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    • “Will, you marry, me” means I really don’t know ok this went nowhere. I just saw that no one else had done that. Yeah I’m not that good on ifunny.
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    • The whimsical world of grammar and punctuation
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    • “Will you Marry, me?” Is a question to myself
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    • Who the fuck is Will and why is he trying to marry Me
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    • Can I marry you
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    • "Will, you, Mary, me" a proposition for a foursome
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    • Im at work with severe diarrhea and rn im blowing up this entire toilet
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    • Punctuation is fun!
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    • Commas are important people
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    • Will. You. Marry. Me. Is a Christopher Walken proposal.
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    • Your post is shit .... Just like your opinion .... I'm serious Jesus loves you but I would bet he's kinda apprehensive bout this shit
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    • No “will you, Mary me” is someone arranging teams for a 2v2 pick up basketball game
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    • "Will you marry, me." Is you asking yourself in a mirror if you'll ever get married
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    • Will You, Marry Me is someone listing off names of Chinese citizens
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    • Will, you, marry, and I *
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    • “Will! You Mary me!”
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    • It only gets better
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    • “Will, you, marry, and I.” Is the correct way to write it.
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    • “Will, you, marry, me, and josh” sounds like your asking for a 3 person marriage
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    • Will, you marry me. Is a demand
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    • Will! You Marry me, is someone demanding that will marries me instead of someone else
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    • I’m always, afraid I put the comma in the wrong place.
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    • Say, you, say me- living together in harmony
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    • Will, you. Mary, Me. is my 5th grade class picking kickball teams
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    • Dictation is everything
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    • This is weird, but i love it
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    • I love this
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    • “Will you marry, Me?” Is a Chinese man asking his brother if he’ll ever marry
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    • Will you, marry, me? Is just Captain Kirk
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    • What the FUCK is the point of this
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    • The English language
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    • you will marry me is a threat.
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    • 'Will you, marry me' is someone assigning will to your team and marry to their own
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    • There should be a comma right after amnesia, I had a stroke reading that last sentence
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    • Glass is a naked window
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    • There needs to be a comma after amnesia.
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    • Marry me, and you'll have access to my retro game collection 😎
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    • Am I the only one that thinks Jared Letos joker looks better than the injustice 2 joker?
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    • 'Ate reddit, simple as
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    • "Will you marry, Me?" Is a schizophrenic person questioning themself about their life decisions.
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    • "Will you marry, me?" Is a question to one's self
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    • My ex proposed to me on reddit, he left like clues around the house and it eventually led to a reddit post.. cringe and i said no because yknow.. loser
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    • “Will you marry” -Me
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    • “Marry Me. You Will.” is Yoda
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    • Will Smith Will Smith
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    • I need friends named will and mary so i can propose to whoever my future wife is.
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    • Or a cave woman naming a pet or child
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    • “Will Will Smith smith?” “Smith, Will Smith will.”
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    • Damn I'd love that 3rd one. It would fit the context too.
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    • Ah the English language
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    • Punctuation is everything
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    • That last one was not a cave man. It was William Shatner talking to. Himself in the mirror
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    • "Will you marry, me? "Is a question lonely people ask themselves. Every day.
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    • Will, you marry, me
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    • “Who has amnesia” is an appositive, meaning it should have commas on either side. It should be, “Will, who has amnesia,”
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    • Reddit Moment
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