I don't care what anyone says, the Oxford comma is 100% necessary.
@MedalDeliveryMan, otherwise you're addressing whatever the last two things are
@MedalDeliveryMan, I didn't realize that it wasn't a thing to some people. I don't understand how hard it is to add one extra little comma.
@moolou, it's not a matter of having to add an extra comma, some people just think it doesn't look right
@MedalDeliveryMan, we invited the strippers, hitler, and bin laden. We invited the strippers, hitler and bin laden. Two very different sentences
@Kyogre, damn dude, how do I get on *that* guestlist?
@MrJojo, not sure what the downvotes are for, I don't agree with it, was just explaining
@MedalDeliveryMan, Did you just assume my comma type?
Oxford comma master race
@Deer Jesus, *shouts* comma power comma power
For those that don't understand: an Oxford comma is the comma before the word "and" when listing a series. In this case, it comes after the word "dead"
I don't get it
@alejdran, Oxford comma is when you use one before the 'and' behind the last item in a list
@alejdran, the oxford comma is the one that comes before the final item of a list.
I.e: i like to eat pizza, ice cream, and dick
The comma after "ice cream" is the oxford comma
@Deer Jesus, thank you
@Deer Jesus, this is the best explanation of the Oxford comma and I shall be using it in the future.
@Deer Jesus, ah dick, my favourite food
@Orlandude, *slurp slurp slurp*
Now, i'm fairly sure the "and" doesnt belong in this. It works better if it says cold, dead, lifeless hands. The "and" and comma should be in there in the case of long, hard, and black.
Or he could take out one of the dead/lifeless because it's kind of redundant to say it twice