Oh another - A friend of mine pronounces Frappé as Frap, it's so so so annoying! Everytime we go get a coffee he says Frap and they always say you mean Frappé? And he'll respond yeah, a Frap
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13-06-2012 17:23 #81-
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13-06-2012 17:25 #82
expresso instead of espresso
if we were talking about breastmilk then i could understand…...
13-06-2012 17:30 #83
alot. No, it's a lot. "Alot" is not a word! Check the freakin' dictionary!
Muggaccino. Oh that does my head in. It's a style of serving espresso coffee called cappuccino, and it's in a mug. That does not make it a damn muggaccino!!!
Equally infuriating is someone ordering multiple cups of cappuccino:[bogan voice] I'll have two cups of chino, thanks darl[/bogan voice]
13-06-2012 17:30 #84
as a hairdresser, we have consultations with clients.
everywhere i have worked the girls say 'will you consultate that lady?' arghh im sure thats not a word!! its consult hey???
i even asked the owner and she goes 'no its consultate!' and she did law!
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13-06-2012 17:33 #85
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13-06-2012 17:35 #86
And I also despise "muggaccino"! I have actually asked for a large cappuccino and had waitresses speak to me like I'm a child... "Oh, you mean a muggaccino?". NO I DO NOT!
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13-06-2012 17:51 #87
People using brought and bought wrong so many people do it!!!!!
"I brought a pair of jeans when I was shopping yesterday and I bought them to your house." ARGHHHHHHH!!!!!!
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13-06-2012 17:56 #88
I've heard someone in a business meeting say "So if I'm to read between the legs...". I had to try so hard to muffle my laughter.And hate "arks" instead of ask.
13-06-2012 17:56 #89Senior Member
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Good grammar is the difference between knowing your $hit and knowing you're $hit.
13-06-2012 18:01 #90Senior Member
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Hence followed by 'why' or similar.
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