Is it "The worse thing that could happen" or "The worst thing that could happen"
I’m pretty confident that “worst” is the proper word, because it deals with multiple things, rather than two, which “worse” deals with. Considering thing normally notes multiple objects, unless a number 1 or 2 is preface.
Grr…. I’m definite that so many people I see on facebook and tumblr are getting this wrong.
Dear you, I hope you understand how much I miss you. The smile on your lips and the times that we’ve been through. Sure, we’ve had our big ups and downs, but even through the downs I’ve never seen those lips frown. I know you’re older now, trying to forget about, every mistake you ever made, but there’s no use in sit’n pout. You’ve changed see, you’re not who you used to be. Once on top of the class, teaching others how to count to 3. I guess the laziness finally struck and took you out; because, now all you ever do is mope around. I notice still you don’t have a sad face, but one without emotion doesn’t take the proper place. Learn to feel, learn to live, have a sip of that apple juice. Take s’more, eat some soup, do anything to keep you you. Maybe there’s still a lot for you to learn, but none of that will beat the experience that you have earned. You can cook, you can clean, you can watch your brothers too; but when it comes to simple things your parents still ignore you. Keep trying, pull your head up and lift up those lips, into a smile because I’m sure it’s something that we all have missed. You tell yourself that you’ve gone past the insecurity, but you lied to yourself, you lied hard to me. Stop apologizing, there’s no use to it. I hope you got everything I’ve said, every little bit. There’s probably a point you’ve missed in this letter I write to you. Don’t know how to get it to you, but I hope the message will get through. Eventually, you’ll understand, looking in the mirror, you’ll see. That everything I’m saying was inside you because you are me.