"...the last thing I needed was his infamous wrath directed at me. Last guy who did that wounded up with a smashed-in nose and face-first in the frozen snow outside." @Mckk took notice that this sentence was very confusing due to the clause: 'last guy who did that'. This implied that Amos (the narrator) beat the shit out of a guy who directed his wrath at him. I've a grammar question, what are clauses? How do I spot one and use them in a way so it's not so confusing? Sorry for the seemingly basic question, but I just wanted to get it cleared up.