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    (Original post by Joanna-Marie :))
    AGREED!
    Tis defo moreee efat 2 rite lyk dis all da tyme! It seriously winds me up
    For some reason I read that in my head in a strong Jamaican accent...
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    'I don't even' Don't even what? Please finish your sentence.
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    When someone writes 'am so thick look at me', I feel the need to correct them - I'm*


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    (Original post by Leo~)
    "I'll hold the fort down", instead of "I'll hold the fort".
    "I could care less", instead of "I couldn't care less".
    Swag and Game. As in, "Who's game for ... "
    But what if the fort flies away, then who could care less? :eek:
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    Cray cray
    Totes amaze balls


    Just no



    Also when people call the union flag the "union jack" ughhh get it right


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    Definately.

    Defiantely.

    Defiantly.

    Defanitely.

    ...

    Shhh, listen, it's DEFINITELY. Got it? Good.
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    (Original post by .Scout.)
    When people say 'on route'. Ugh, it's EN route!

    The amount of people on my Facebook who say this ridiculously high.
    It's pronounced 'on root'.
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    And when people verbalise "hash tag...."




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    (Original post by alexandraa)
    Cray cray
    Totes amaze balls


    Just no



    Also when people call the union flag the "union jack" ughhh get it right


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    'Union Jack' is a perfectly acceptable and historically accurate term to use.
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    When people say 'Thanking you' instead of Thank you.
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    (Original post by GarethEvans)
    'Union Jack' is a perfectly acceptable and historically accurate term to use.
    No it's only the Union Jack officially when flown in the bows of a warship
    At any other time it is the union flag


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    (Original post by alexandraa)
    No it's only the Union Jack officially when flown in the bows of a warship
    At any other time it is the union flag


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    It was called the Union Jack centuries ago, whether on or off a 'warship'.
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    (Original post by GarethEvans)
    It was called the Union Jack centuries ago, whether on or off a 'warship'.
    Look it up


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    'You dont know my life'

    'All boys are the same'

    'I hate my Family'

    Most of these derive from stressed out chicks on facebook allllllllll the time!
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    "Was the exam hard?'"
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    (Original post by alexandraa)
    Look it up


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    Okay, will do.

    The Flag Institute, the vexillological organisation for the United Kingdom, say:

    It is often stated that the Union Flag should only be described as the Union Jack when flown in the bows of a warship, but this is a relatively recent idea. From early in its life the Admiralty itself frequently referred to the flag as the Union Jack, whatever its use, and in 1902 an Admiralty Circular announced that Their Lordships had decided that either name could be used officially. In 1908, a government minister stated, in response to a Parliamentary question, that "the Union Jack should be regarded as the National flag".

    There we go then.
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    YOLO
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    why has no one said "Do you even lift bro?"
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    Last night, a classmate replied to a teaching assistant's email (accidentally clicking 'reply all') and addressed him as 'Hey Bro'. He also referred to the library as 'lib'.

    I was dumbfounded.
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    (Original post by samleigh)
    For some reason I read that in my head in a strong Jamaican accent...
    Yeah Mon!
 
 
 
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