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    There is a craze at my school to now yell the word "Tabz" when someone says an incorrect sentence or mispronounces a word. Today someone said "Will this come in useful?" and loads of people screamed tabz. Personally I think this is correct and there is now a massive argument. So can someone please tell me if this is correct or not?
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    Tabz.
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    dno bruv i aint like wel gd wit grammar n dat kinda shiz na mean
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    ... that is the weirdest craze I've ever heard in my life!
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    No, i don't think it is.
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    TAB...oh, someone's already said it.

    I'm always the bridesmaid, me...
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    grammar nazism as a teenage fad?
    wat
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    Lmao tabz? :p:
    No, I don't think its correct, but I'm crap at English so...
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    I don't know. I'm just a cook.
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    I've never heard of it.
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    No it's not. You've used useful in the wrong context. You should have said 'will this be useful' or 'will this come in handy'
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    This is idiomatic and American, anyway, but still correct.
 
 
 
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