Can you imagine remembering the diff between “pull up”, “pull out” and “pull over”? Lmao. Anyway I said “pull up to the curb” the other day at the 5 hour class and “pull out the data” earlier today and I’m not even sure they’re really wrong but they don’t feel right that’s for sure
@wxcafe to be fair, "pull up" is kind of a semantically more general version of "pull over" - one is just "take your car to a location" whereas the other is specifically "on the side of the road you're on"
@wxcafe I haven't gotten those wrong but yeah english prepositions are a mess