Mentioning oneself first

Mentioning oneself first
Don't say:
Only I and my mother are present.
Only my mother and I are present.
English idiom requires that when a person is speaking of himself/herself and others, he/she must mention the other person or persons first and leave himself/herself last.
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Bubba Ray Dudley

Bubba Ray Dudleys ring style was reminiscent of Bam Bam Bigelow. Aside from one being covered in tiedye and the other in flames, their size, strength, aggression and agility were scarily similar. At a snack shy of four bills, Bubba dropkicked, launched flying shoulder blocks and even top rope splashes that served doubly duty as colonics. As one of the six men that created the TLC Match, he was as comfortable creating offense with tables and ladders as he was with his fists and feet. However, Bubbas favorite maneuver was 3D, the Dudley Death Drop. The big man sadistically splattered anyone that his halfbrother DVon hoisted into the air en route to becoming the most decorated tag team wrestler in history.

Very and Too - Too

Don't Say:
It's now very hot to play football.

It's now too hot to play football.

Very simply makes the adjective or adverb stronger. Too means more than enough, or so much that something else happens as a result.
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