This is so tempting for me to do hahahaha
Wait, it's still Thursday here
Wait ... what??? You've been ON your meds all this time?
hahahaha ... does that infer I need to up the dose ??
that was "so yesterday"
It's Friday here.
You need to look up infer and imply, but yes
Yesterday, I couldn't decide between i.e. and e.g., so I used both; "...id est, exempli gratia: Everyone is either broke, or going broke. And when you're broke, you can't fix ****. And when you can't fix ****, **** stays broke. hmmmm... Someone needs to fix this ****! Kapeesh"?
You have implied that you find those Latin abbreviation confusing and from that I infer that you don't use them very often.
But when I do use them, I generally use them incorrectly, on purpose.
Separate names with a comma.