and I can't stand no more!!!
Can posters please sort out the difference between lose and loose (loser and looser). The amount of times these two words are mis-used is staggering.
Lose - to misplace.
Loser - someone not in the lead.
Loose - not tight.
Looser - not as tight.
Ducking behind parapet.
Nearly as annoying as the countless times we see ducking with a capital letter mid sentence.
So frustrating :0)
I used to cringe when ever I heard the word ABSOLUTELY, mostly on BBC radio4 'chat shows' ... in response to a question. I haven't heard it (that word) for a while.It must be out of fashion, now.
I posted twice with examples of misuses that irritate me, and almost instantly regretted doing so. Not everyone writes perfect English, or never misspells a word.
I decided to delete my own posts, which must be a first. Perhaps I'll email myself to demand an explanation.
csqward there is no reason to loose control, if you just loosened up a bit I'm sure you would see that complaining that way is just a sign of a loser, or looser or, any way you have lost it.
No, not lost it, just a reasonable grasp of my mother tongue.
I just got a red-fonted sentence from PCA describing my "Snap!" post as 'We think this is spam'
My last post was a test to see if SPAM! was alright and SNAP! wasn't.
...let's call the whole thing off!
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