Thanx for the English refresher.<quoted text>
I was making a joke. It wasn't really about English, but logic. A "false predicate" is a premise that is incorrect. So when xxxrayted said:
That's a false premise, because it didn't happen that way, so you can't draw any conclusions. My joke was pointing this out by also using the false premise "If you (xxxrayted) had gone to college..."
If you are interested, this explains the concept in more detail (and offers another joke!):
I took XXX's post as a hypothetical trying to make a certain closed minded person think. Fat chance of that happening! lol