Bear with me

Grammar tips from a Proper Writer. When trying to remember if it's 'bare with me' or 'bear with me', it helps to think literally. Obviously, this isn't something you want [me, naked, and someone else undressing]. Unlike this, which is much-- [a bear sits next to me. It looks hungry. It's bloodstained t-shirt says: 'I'm with stupid'] ... wait.

 

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10 thoughts on “Bear with me

  1. Haha, love it. I’m glad I rarely use the phrase. Especially because in my mind I’m only going to think of the first spelling now and fear that the other person will start stripping down.

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