Because the pronoun “it” has two antecedents here (acne and forehead), it is a vague pronoun. Potentially, “it” could refer to either acne or forehead. Best to reword the sentence to make it clear:
“I need you to get rid of the acne on my forehead”
But then again, hindsight is always 20/20.
well he probably wouldn’t have minded much. I hear lobotomies are very relaxing
“Minded” — nice.
I could never make a point as well as you do. Far too verbose. So I love reading your posts.
Well thank you, Car_Ann!
Too bad he’ll never have foresight again.
Spare a thought for him; he can’t
Hahaha, one op, all problems solved. I’d say this doctor is a genius.
How your blog isn’t on the National Curriculum, I will never know.
Still haven’t shown it to any students of mine…
What?? You’ve never shown this? I am using this one at the first chance I get with my grade 4/5 class. By the way, it was my EA that told me about this blog-a very well-kept secret!
Sorry, I nodded off when you said “count backwards from ten.” 🙂
Then again, if he thought his forehead was the size of Nebraska, it might be his forehead to which he referred… however, if it was me, I probably would’ve researched my surgeon’s capabilities a wee bit more. So that it didn’t look like someone took an ice cream scooper to my forehead.
P.S. When I had surgery, I didn’t get the, “count backwards from…,” piece. I think I was gypped. No fair!
Love the frame where the mask is descending onto the person’s face. Awesome, awesome!
Thank you! Yeah, that panel is one of my favourites that I’ve drawn so far.
Loved the illustrations on this one, especially panel #5 (and #7, too)!
So glad you do! I was playing around with different vantage points and I’m glad they came out well. Cheers!