I was referring to the current reality which we all exist in, I reject that reality, and substitute my own.
Do you mean " I substitute it with my own" or are both your reality and the current reality not good enough for you?
In which case you would have to "substitute your own reality" with another better reality that also isn't the current reality meaning that you find both your reality and current reality flawed.
[Edited by AdmiralAckbar, 1/4/2011 3:24:12 AM]
Also, I now have a slight headache.
and substitute my own
Read your first post more carefully and you'll see what I mean. If the current reality doesn't suit you, it doesn't mean you should ignore "the current" grammar.
Yes I caught on to it./extremegrammarhitler