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    Cortisone as "quarter zone"

    My head hurts.

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    "Chester draws"
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    I saw on BubHub last week "obversly"...!

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    I'm always seeing common phrases used incorrectly (or spelled incorrectly)..

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    My favourite- You've got another thing coming. The correct word is 'think', as the full sentence is "if that is what you think, you've got another think coming". So even though 'thing' makes sense, it is the incorrect word in the phrase.

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    Haha just reading some recipe reviews and someone added some glacier cherries to their chocolate puddings

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    Haha just reading some recipe reviews and someone added some glacier cherries to their chocolate puddings

    Well, it has been pretty cold lately ...

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    I can grit my teeth and bear it when I see "chester draws' on selling sites but my brain froze when I saw someone selling a cabnit. I wish I were kidding.

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    So much love for these... My favourite I think is the "figuratively dying for a cuppa"
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    They're great!!! Where does one purchase them?
    I love the "Don't lose the loose-leaf tea!". All the time on BH people write "loose" rather than "lose"... I lose my mind!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    They're great!!! Where does one purchase them?
    I love the "Don't lose the loose-leaf tea!". All the time on BH people write "loose" rather than "lose"... I lose my mind!!
    Don't you mean loose? [/jk]


 

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