chill out and relax people we AINT (yes SLANG) in school

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(Original post by LittleLaydee)
and WHY not????
Cause your a malfunctioned cosmic spoon.
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Well I have lived in South Manchester all my life (4 miles from the city centre) and I still don't understand the manc dialect. Although the accent is a more southern where I live as most mancs have been priced out of the area.

i think all dialects are brilliant, even the weird ones, and some are really funny it would be cool to learn them instead of just laughin at them or bein totally oblivious to their meanings.
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(Original post by LittleLaydee)
i wouldn't want to be so deceptive to all the ukl users.
Editing out the excess so that it's clear which part of your post I'm replying to is deceptive?

I think you're getting confused deceptive would be posting

(Original post by LittleLaydee)
I can't spell so I'll accuse those who can of being snobs
But that wasn't what I posted I just snipped your original post for clarities sake (but then you want everyone to post in different dialects so maybe clarity isn't something you encourage)

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Editing out the excess so that it's clear which part of your post I'm replying to is deceptive?

I think you're getting confused deceptive would be posting


But that wasn't what I posted I just snipped your original post for clarities sake (but then you want everyone to post in different dialects so maybe clarity isn't something you encourage)


YES CLARITY IS FINE BUT ARE YOU SAYING YOU ARENT GETTING WHAT IM SAYING COS IM SURE YOU ARE.
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hey hey kids what we up to?

Its such a nice day/evening to say that it is March *touch wood*
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(Original post by ChemBOOM)
hey hey kids what we up to?

Its such a nice day/evening to say that it is March *touch wood*

just passing some time , you ?
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(Original post by LittleLaydee)
ooh i like how you quoted what i wrote, very clever that little editing technique i should use it, on the other hand i wouldn't want to be so deceptive to all the ukl users. Anyway, if you didn't get me i wouldn't get a response from you so i assume ur just bein funny , slang is a part of life and if people can't accept it then that's just snobbery.
There's a time and place for slang and there's nothing wrong with it. But trying to write how you might speak makes you look a bit of an ass.
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(Original post by amazingtrade)
Well I have lived in South Manchester all my life (4 miles from the city centre) and I still don't understand the manc dialect. Although the accent is a more southern where I live as most mancs have been priced out of the area.
I can't stand the mancs accent, although its better that brums
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(Original post by ChemBOOM)
hey hey kids what we up to?

Its such a nice day/evening to say that it is March *touch wood*
it's gonna rain tomorrow.
atleast in Birmingham it is.
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same here, so bored.
Looking forward to my holiday in the summer.
Three weeks in Thailand, woo hoo!
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Basic Netiquette "Rules" (summary)

1. ALL CAPS means shouting
2. Use underscores or asterisks for emphasizing words
3. Watch your tone -- it's written, not verbal communication
4. Check your spelling
5. Quote back only what is relevant
6. Use a descriptive Subject line

http://www.learnthenet.com/english/html/09netiqt.htm
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Basic Netiquette "Rules" (summary)

1. ALL CAPS means shouting
2. Use underscores or asterisks for emphasizing words
3. Watch your tone -- it's written, not verbal communication
4. Check your spelling
5. Quote back only what is relevant
6. Use a descriptive Subject line

http://www.learnthenet.com/english/html/09netiqt.htm
what?
Sorry, too complicated for me!
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(Original post by Pencil Queen)
2. Use underscores or asterisks for emphasizing words
Could just use bold, italic or underline if they're available.
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(Original post by LittleLaydee)
Really does make me giggle how most of you lot post topics on here like your writing an essay, it's not school, loosen the language a little ! xxxx
It sounds like we are itellectually smarter than we really are by writing this way
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