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People who complain about being thought bigots for thinking immigration 'as got out of control'

 

People who write 'as' when they mean 'has'.

 

People who pull up other posters for spelling and grammatical mistakes :hihi:

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People who say "WOW" all the time, like Alexander Armstrong and people on property programs.

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When you hear white lads trying to talk as if they are black, jamaican, it annoys the hell out of me

Iz dat coz you iz white?

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People misusing the word "ignorant". Ignorant means "Lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated."

 

It does not mean ignoring someone. So if I ignore you, you can't say "don't be ignorant". It doesn't make sense. If you did, you are being ignorant of the meaning of the word ignorant.

 

In this thread its even being used to just mean "rude". STOP IT!!

Edited by TimmyR

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People saying "I sore it" instead of I saw it, there isn't an R in saw.

People saying "Drawring paper" instead of drawing paper, there's only one 'r' in drawing.

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People who pronounce 'scones' as "sconz".

 

Always makes wonder whether they also pronounce 'stones' as "stonz" :rolleyes:

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People who pronounce 'scones' as "sconz".

 

Always makes wonder whether they also pronounce 'stones' as "stonz" :rolleyes:

Or bones as Bonz

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The expression "for free".

The word "for" is superfluous.....

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People who call a Reliant Robin a "Robin Reliant"

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People who write "gotten" and "train station" both American expressions.

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When people use French phrases such as "Bon voyage" or "Bon appetit" when there is absolutely no contextual relation to France within the situation.

 

Don't say Bon appetit, you're not French, you're not speaking anything else French, you're eating pie and mash and you're in Wigan.

 

Don't say Bon voyage, you're not French, you're not speaking anything else French, you're in a Ford Escort and you're driving to Rotherham.

 

smh.

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