Tuesday, April 24, 2007


If you realize that energy drinks make you gassy and you wanted to make a mental note of it, what would be the most grammatically correct way to say it?

Note to self:
Energy drinks make (me, we, or you) gassy.

Which pronoun is the proper one to use?

Just a 5 a.m. rambling thought while finishing off my paper.


Janna said...

If you're specifically referring to personal experience, use "ME".
If you're referring to a general effect on most people, I'm pretty sure the correct word is "ONE."

"Energy drinks make one gassy."

I know it looks weird, but that's the way I learned it....

amisare waswerebeen said...

Thanks. I will lock that away to memory.