Monday, April 27, 2009

ReDo

I looked it up, and that last post should have read "thumbs down," not "thumb's down," at least according to the Dictionary application on my Mac.

I'm reposting rather than editing because I thought you guys should know. That's weird, right? I would have thought it was "thumb's down," as in "thumb is down" or even "the down of the thumb."

But, what do I know? It's 3am and I've been on a plane for 6 hours. Me sleepy.

8 comments:

skippy said...

Cool that you looked it up though....

Doug said...

I think it would be either "thumb down" or "thumbs down".

Use case:
I give your performance on parks and recreation two big thumbs up.


Although you don't hear people giving a performance a thumb up. It is usually thumbs up indicating plural thumbs so it could be either both of your thumbs or one thumb of a group of people.

armaguado said...

hi alison i love u, really!! i think u r so nice and hot, i´m from mexico !!! i watched a program in vh1 and i love u since i watched u in that program !!! see u love u !!! ba ba yyy

Armando

TheDalai said...

<3 you in P&R.. you're funny and pretty and witty. triple threatening.

Jessilyn said...

Hi Alison, I just watched you in Parks and Recreation and I loved you in it! You were definitely my favorite character of that episode and I hope they bring you back later on in the season. Thanks for a great performance - you made my day!

Best of luck with everything,

Jessilyn

Anonymous said...

Of course it's not "thumb's down" Why would it be possessive? C'mon.

Doug said...

It's not about possession it is about a contraction. Read her post again.

bobby said...

get your thumb outta your ass, cuz i even knew that!!