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    this should help..

    http://youtu.be/N_1hOy4BkGc

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    Ahh no,this is turning into a bad grammar thread, we have enough of them.

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    If I have one more person ask me when I last visited Canadia I am going to scream! arrrgh! It's CANADA and I have never even been there.

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    These are so funny. The main one that I can't stand is when my dear sweet grandmother in-law says Eyetalian instead of It-talian, I always feel like saying "oh, those people from Eyetaly?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumtochris View Post
    These are so funny. The main one that I can't stand is when my dear sweet grandmother in-law says Eyetalian instead of It-talian, I always feel like saying "oh, those people from Eyetaly?"
    My MIL says that too and it drives me crazy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishtyban View Post
    I am (almost literally) PMSL!!!

    "I pee-peed in your glove and soon you'll start to smell it"

    That after the "Peed in sock drawer" thread that I was reading yesterday BWAAAHHHAAHAHAHAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    The 'dry reaching' one - I thought that was a legitimate Aussie version of the saying, as I'd never heard it until I moved here, and it seems like everyone says it!

    And one that causes me dilemmas:

    Moet & Chandon.

    Correction pronunciation is mow-ett and sha-ndon - NOT moe-ay. Mr Moet, who founded it, was French but his family was Dutch and his name pronounced Mow-ett.

    Because it's champagne, people try to pronounce it in the French way.

    So, my dilemma is that every time I hear "Mow-ay" (or, worse, "Mow-ee") it makes me twitch, as I know that it's "Mow-ett." But EVERYONE says "Mow-ay", and if I say "Mow-ett" then (a) Everyone will think I'm an idiot and have it wrong, (b) It might open up a conversation where I have to explain it, and then everyone thinks I'm all pretentious.

    That one LITERALLY kills me. Thank God it's not my favourite champagne...
    It's mow-ee if you're showy, mow-et if you know it!
    It annoys me too.

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    My Granny would always shout, "Close that door, there's a draught coming in." I'd be eyeballing the door, waiting to see this giraffe she was always on about.

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    It's our 6 month anniversary

    Whenever I tell DH he is being grumpy he always responds with; "Why?". How the hell should I know? I was hoping he'd be able to tell me why he was being such a cranky pants. Of course he means; "Why would you say that?", but it is funny to wind him up.


 

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