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Valhalla

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Is there a particular thread where I can post these? Hate starting new threads each time but have to point them out :oops:

On Trada's review page, under "overview" it says:

"They made it through the Baptism by Fire test at Casinomeister with flying colors (thread is here)- so from the beginning they should us that they were squared away..."

That should say showed, obviously.
 

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Hate to point this out mate but you've misspelt 'Professional' under your name...... :oops:


































Bet you looked :p
 

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Eye hayt tipo's two - theirs just to muck bard grandma and speeling al ouvr the plaice... and lett's knot evan git stared on apostrophie's!
Butt I geess not evyrone kan bee pervert lick me... :rolleyes:

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thank goodness know one can see my textof things auto correct has changed! Still working on how the word hubby got changed to dildo. He thought I did it was my possessed phone.
 

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The original error pales into insignificance when compared to the NUMBER 1 sign of illiteracy - 'should of' or 'could of'.

There should be criminal proceedings against persons seen to have texted, written, typed or otherwise disseminated, promulgated or communicated this imbecilic mistake.

First offence: 12 months ban from having an internet connection, mobile device or antisocial media account of any type.

Second offence: 24 months as above plus 100 hours community service.

Third offence: Transportation to St. Helena for life.
 

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The original error pales into insignificance when compared to the NUMBER 1 sign of illiteracy - 'should of' or 'could of'.

There should be criminal proceedings against persons seen to have texted, written, typed or otherwise disseminated, promulgated or communicated this imbecilic mistake.

First offence: 12 months ban from having an internet connection, mobile device or antisocial media account of any type.

Second offence: 24 months as above plus 100 hours community service.

Third offence: Transportation to St. Helena for life.

This one in particular drives me INSANE :mad:
Even more so coming from someone who speaks English as a native language. An English friend on mine recently posted this on Facebook:

"(blah blah blah something dramatic happened)... I would of loved to of been there"

How can he, a 26yr old Englishman, not see how absurd that is? :confused:
 

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There are so many delectable delights online, here's some choice snippets I quickly found:

"I think my gramma got die of beaties"

"I wanna visit the ifold tower in france one day"

"the seizure salad from mcdonalds is so good"



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On a related note, another few pet hates of mine on this subject.....

There is NO flaming 'W' in phone - "I cor find me fowern"

Can you borrow me a fiver mate? - erm Nope I'll lend you a fiver?, "Oh Ok then, does than mean your charging me interest?" :confused::confused: :rolleyes:

I off to take the kids to Skewel - Fuck off!

etc etc
 

goatwack

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Not forgetting the ever-lovable "I itched that/ I itched that scratch"

Surely you mean you 'scratched' that itch you reprobate :mad::mad:
 

greylady

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How about 'their' and 'there', the amount of times I see this error everywhere drives me to insanity!

Ahhh wait, I am already insane :oops:
 

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My bugbear is "I'll learn you" instead of "I'll teach you".

Learn me what exactly? A lesson in how to speak proper English you fucking uneducated bellend? :machinegu *

That'll teach you to say I'll learn you. :mad:

* Although he does find a Scouser saying "dey do do dat round der don't day d'oh?" mildly amusing:oops:
 

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Let's reverse the stupidity of 'should of'.

Of is NOT a verb - you cannot 'of' something.

So when bantering with a pal:

"Say that again mate and I'll of you!"

"I'm the son have my father."

Yes they read and sound RIDICULOUS and that's exactly how you bellends that say 'should of' sound to everyone else whose IQ isn't stamped on the sole of their shoe. :mad::mad:
 

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thank goodness know one can see my textof things auto correct has changed! Still working on how the word hubby got changed to dildo. He thought I did it was my possessed phone.

A few years ago I was messaging in a dating site and I sent her my phone number in a private message. She texted me and when her number came up I messaged back " Great,I will add you now :D".
Unfortunately predictive text made the message " Great,I will bed you now :D" without me realising. This is true :(
 

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A few years ago I was messaging in a dating site and I sent her my phone number in a private message. She texted me and when her number came up I messaged back " Great,I will add you now :D".
Unfortunately predictive text made the message " Great,I will bed you now :D" without me realising. This is true :(

It could have been worse mate. You could of said "I will "of" you now".....:p
 

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A few years ago I was messaging in a dating site and I sent her my phone number in a private message. She texted me and when her number came up I messaged back " Great,I will add you now :D".
Unfortunately predictive text made the message " Great,I will bed you now :D" without me realising. This is true :(

Yeah, I thought you were a right slapper so didn't text you back. :eek2:
 

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Can you borrow me a fiver mate? - erm Nope I'll lend you a fiver?, "Oh Ok then, does than mean your [sic?] charging me interest?" :confused::confused: :rolleyes:

I really hope you're saying this is what they wrote. Because it is an outrage otherwise, given the content of this thread and all :mad: :lolup:
 

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A few others that genuinely happened, both in the USA:

Level crossing sign: BEWARE OF TRAINS GOING BOTH WAYS AT ONCE

Jack's Launderette: Ladies, leave your clothes here and spend the rest of the day having a good time!
 

Valhalla

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Another odd one Bryan -

In Mr Green's review where you give your personal verdict, you've written “click your house – lose your mouse.”

Surely that should be the other way round? :D
 

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Another odd one Bryan -

In Mr Green's review where you give your personal verdict, you've written “click your house – lose your mouse.”

Surely that should be the other way round? :D

:lolup: good one! Thanks!
 

Valhalla

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Another couple spotted Bryan :D

In Grosvenor's review page, in the "first impression" part, it says (talking about their licensing):

"They take player issues seriously. This is one reason why it is rare to see or here of a complaint generated by a Alderney based casino"

Hear and an should be written. I know it's only little things, but professionalism and all that.
 
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