“Bit nippy out, isn’t it, and it’s supposed to rain at the weekend - bloody typical, eh? - oh, by the way, I suppose a blowjob’s out of the question.” Remember, you should never end a sentence with a proposition...
Grammar for beginners: no 1, how to end a sentence...
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Especially if you're in prison.
Someone got there 75 years ago, namely in a famous obituary of Richard Loeb, who was sentenced to prison in the 1920s in Chicago for the murder of 14 year-old Bobby Frank. He and Nathan Leopold, students at the University of Chicago, decided to carry out the "perfect murder" but were quickly caught.
Loeb was killed in prison after allegedly making a homosexual advance, leading to a famous obituary in the Chicago Daily News: "Richard Loeb, despite his erudition, ended his sentence with a proposition."
And I thought I'd made it up. D'oh!...
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