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We all make errors but boys please!!

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I know this is really sad and picky and I know I am not perfect but it drives me mad!!

Their = belongs to them as in(Their ground is crap).

There = (There is no where to go).

Annorak I know, for some people its finger nails on blackboard. I hate this one single error.

Please mind your their and there!!!

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I think that you will find that it is "anorak".

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There, there - they're often confusing their use of their English language, but there is no need to get upset. They do not know what they're doing!

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I do know how to spell Anorak, although there is not actually a correct spelling as the word like Hoover was a commercial invention.

In many countries includng Eire, the word is spelt Annorak. As I come from an Irish background you could understand why my spelling would be slightly different to yours even if not correct.

It is considered apt to place a deliberate error in everything we produce as a sign that we accept only god is perfect.






Or should I come clean and say Saturday night and 2 Litres of red, your lucky I did not spell it thingammyjig!!!!!!

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Do we care.
Schools on the 'Rock' don't do proper English like what u talk and write.
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I dont write or talk proper, but I just hate that one.

Some people hate other things mine is that.

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Quote:
MOB said:
There = (There is no where to go).


*cough* Shouldn't this be "nowhere"?

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as i said only the top geezer is purrfickt

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No geezer is purrrrfickt. Only us laddettes! lol. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/bow.gif" alt="" />

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You're (notice the spelling) lucky people on forums can write any form of the word at all. Half the posts on here recently are gibberish.

C U l8r m8. Is there a tax on letters that I don't know about?

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Agree with Shoulders, we should worry about substance before presentation.




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