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    (Original post by Gexko)
    Look; if you want me to write in correct and, indeed, proper English all the time I can, but it just takes so much longer and, frankly, isn't all that appropriate in such a forum.

    I am quite aware that 'cos' is not a word, its just easier to appreviate words using such colloquial terms I find.

    Admittedly I tend to write in a conversational style on this website and thus use words such as 'stuff' where I could have used the more obvious alternative.

    I'm getting bored of writing like this: it takes twice as long as the other way.
    Ooo er... I'm, impressed. Try harder, hunny - you still transmit yourself as an idiot (believe me you do). End of.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Well... I.. Err... I um... Well... I think you're a bigger bell end! :p:
    Cheers always nice to see someone who can admit it when they're less adequate shall we say?
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Ooo er... I'm, impressed. Try harder, hunny - you still transmit yourself as an idiot (believe me you do). End of.
    You think I'm an idiot then ask my a level results

    It'll make u lose all faith in the exam system if u think im stupid.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Ooo er... I'm, impressed. Try harder, hunny
    Are you coming on to me?

    You're a bit young and male for my tastes I'm afraid. Though I'm very flattered.
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    Look; if you want me to write in correct and, indeed, proper English all the time I can, but it just takes so much longer and, frankly, isn't all that appropriate in such a forum.

    I am quite aware that 'cos' is not a word, its < this word is lacking an apostrophe! :eek: > just easier to appreviate - <no such word, love.> words using such colloquial terms I find.

    Admittedly I tend to write in a conversational style on this website and thus use words such as 'stuff' where I could have used the more obvious alternative. Well, there are 5 letters in "words" and "stuff" so I put that down to a lack of intellect.

    I'm getting bored of writing like this: it takes twice as long as the other way.
    :eek: In praise of pedantic [email protected] like moi.
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    Are you coming on to me?

    You're a bit young and male for my tastes I'm afraid. Though I'm very flattered.
    I'm bisexual, and after what you've just said, I'm also devastated. *weeps*
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    You think I'm an idiot then ask my a level results
    Okay. *directly addresses Gexko's A-Level results* is Gexko an idiot?
    No answer. :confused:

    (Original post by Gexko)
    It'll make u lose all faith in the exam system if u think im stupid.
    I already know the exam system is an inaccurate measure of aptitude.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    :eek: In praise of pedantic [email protected] like moi.
    i do believe that there shoudlnt be an apostrophe when you are 'it is' as 'its,' otherwise it would mean 'the thing of it' - 'it's.'

    Ha :p:
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Okay. *directly addresses Gexko's A-Level results* is Gexko an idiot?
    No answer. :confused:



    I already know the exam system is an inaccurate measure of aptitude.
    probably explains y i got 4 As then... and an aea :P:
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    i do believe that there shoudlnt be an apostrophe when you are 'it is' as 'its,' otherwise it would mean 'the thing of it' - 'it's.'

    Ha :p:

    :rofl: You tried to humiliate me, but you've just made yourself look like a ******.
    But you were saying "its easier to...". You need an apostrophe in there. "it's" equals "it is".

    Ha :p: This is quite worrying for a student who supposedly attends Oxford. :eek:
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    probably explains y i got 4 As then... and an aea :P:

    :congrats: Did you get a distinction for the AEA?
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Ha :p: This is quite worrying for a student who supposedly attends Oxford. :eek:
    When did he say that? :confused: I'm sure thats news to him.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    :rofl: You tried to humiliate me, but you've just made yourself look like a ******.
    But you were saying "its easier to...". You need an apostrophe in there. "it's" equals "it is".

    Ha :p: This is quite worrying for a student who supposedly attends Oxford. :eek:
    1) No i was right, i am not saying 'the easier of it,' i am saying 'it is easier'; therefore no apostrophe needed.
    2) i live near Oxford (hence abingdon nr oxford) i got rejected by oxford after interview
    3)no a merit. i did for a laugh with a mate, we turned up with hangovers having never seen a paper before on the last day of term :p:
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    (Original post by El Pollo Diablo)
    When did he say that? :confused: I'm sure thats news to him.
    Yes, as Mr Diablo will tell you, I am going to Bristol in October...
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    (Original post by El Pollo Diablo)
    When did he say that? :confused: I'm sure thats news to him.
    His location is misleading. I full-heartedly believe he doesn't attend Oxford University.
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    Yes, as Mr Diablo will tell you, I am going to Bristol in October...
    I'm glad I won't be seeing you at Oxbridge then. *does a little dance*
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    I'm glad I won't be seeing you at Oxbridge then. *does a little dance*
    A little premature to assume you're going to get in, don't you think, considering you're only a wee babby.
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    Anyway, last time I checked they didn't let in jumped up little s**ts.
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    (Original post by Gexko)
    1) No i was right, i am not saying 'the easier of it,' i am saying 'it is easier'; therefore no apostrophe needed.
    Futile debate, but oh well. I'll argue if I'm right, which I am. You do need an apostrophe.
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    hehe, you guys are funny...
 
 
 
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