Exaggerating your self-importance again, I see.
I think you mean "exaggerating your importance" -- "your self-importance" is, biologically and evolutionarily speaking, primary and not really capable of exaggeration. Also, from a grammatical standpoint, if it is 'their' self-importance, then is is merely 'descriptive' of their importance to themselves. Since one cannot exaggerate one's own importance to one's self -- one is as important to one's self as one says. One can exaggerate one's importance to others, but one's importance to one's self is what it is. Now, YOU might have the view, as "the other", that the importance which they have to themselves is exaggerated in the context of the relative importance which, in your opinion, individuals should ascribe to them selves, but . . . . Well, perhaps I go on too much trying to reason out what you meant. Maybe you were just trying to be insulting and didn't care if how you expressed the insult made no sense?In that case, I guess you are just jealous. And your anonymity is then understood.Congrats 2PJs.
How about "tooting your own horn again,I see"
And what would you have Davoe toot if not his horn?
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