I said: ”Bye bye, then.”
For starters, after a comma— or any punctuation really— ideally, we add a space.
Occasional spelling mistakes aside, your messages are quite readable and I’ve not once meant to quip about that. What I meant was that every message I’ve gotten in the last few days has had this particular quirk with punctuation. This is what I mean by ridiculously similar, not horrible.
If you’re going to berate me for what I say, do it correctly.
Bye bye, then. I don’t believe you can smell me over the computer, anyhow.
W-well no, I haven’t been kicked. It just wouldn’t surprise me if someone were to stick a kick-me sign on my back.
I’ve been told I’m a little… inattentive at times.
I think the Professor may be above playing practical jokes on a lady.
I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if someone had done it before without me noticing…
No offense, but Luke is 13, and it’s none of your business how old I appear or do not appear.
However, I still believe you’re all the same person, Anonymous. I’m not understanding your fascination with me. I don’t believe you’re Minnie, or Lady Dahlia, or the Professor’s significant other, and I also believe you’re Maia, Elle, and the Anonymous user who is denying being everyone. Your grammar is all ridiculously similar to one another and your messages are all spammed in clusters.
I’d appreciate it if you’d either one, own up to it, or two, cut it out. Thank you.
I’m not accusing you of writing a singular stupid message.
I’m accusing you of sending me 30+ stupid messages— which is what you’ve done to me.
Oh, that Minnie— I apologize. Yes, I remember you.
It’s… it’s all right, I suppose…?
You did indeed. It’s spelled curious, and I just do not feel comfortable giving out that information— especially not in these strange spams of messages.
M-Miss Claire was extremely kind… that’s really all I got to know about her.
And, ah— t-thank you? I… don’t quite remember receiving any Choccy…