Thursday, April 1, 2010

I just won the lottery.

I lovelovelove Miley Cyrus.

(Does anyone really know where the apostrophe goes in that? Let me know. Too lazy to Google it.)


Cassie said...

You have the apostrophe in the correct place. It is, in the case of "April Fool's (day)" possessive. April first is a fool's day. Glad I could help!

Jessica said...

Wikipedia seems to say otherwise, that it is spelled "Aprils Fools' Day" but it could be wrong, I'm not sure.