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  Reply # 1846639 14-Aug-2017 19:46
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Powered chair or you got big guns?


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  Reply # 1846641 14-Aug-2017 19:49
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MikeB4:
kryptonjohn: Heh Mike, I shouldn't laugh but that image is kinda funny!


It is funny, especially when the tyres squeal atleast I can't be done for sustained loss of traction 😊

 

I wouldn't bet my life on it. My FIL got a fine for 55KM/h in a 50 Zone on a Bicycle. 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1846743 14-Aug-2017 22:20
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Trademe in general. Most recent annoyance is someone who according to trademe live on the North Sore, Auckland. And they are selling an item that is pickup only. But they say in the text that pickup is in Rotorua.

 

The item they're selling is a garage door - no I'm not going to drive to Rotorua and back just for that. And anyone who is in Rotorua, and needs a garage door is not going to find that listing. As they will be looking in the Rotorua listings, not the Auckland ones.






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  Reply # 1846929 15-Aug-2017 10:58
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Does EVERY video on youtube have to start with someone saying "What's up guys".

 

Is it a new rule on youtube for amateur videos or something?

 

 





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  Reply # 1846987 15-Aug-2017 12:29
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robjg63:

 

Does EVERY video on youtube have to start with someone saying "What's up guys".

 

Is it a new rule on youtube for amateur videos or something? 

 

 

Leave random comments telling them what is up.

 

"Suzy is pregnant and that work promotion is looking likely".


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  Reply # 1847032 15-Aug-2017 13:57
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"Without further adoo" is the other annoying youtubism that so many use all the time.




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  Reply # 1847041 15-Aug-2017 14:03
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Without further adoo is further adoo.

 

 





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  Reply # 1847159 15-Aug-2017 15:55
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While I am on this theme - starting a sentence with "So...".

 

I never noticed until John Key started doing it a couple of years ago - drove me crazy - Every sentence he started seemed to start "So".

 

It seems that 90% of the english speaking world do it - not saying he started it.

 

As they say in Italian ... Allora





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  Reply # 1847169 15-Aug-2017 16:18
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robjg63:

 

While I am on this theme - starting a sentence with "So...".

 

I never noticed until John Key started doing it a couple of years ago - drove me crazy - Every sentence he started seemed to start "So".

 

It seems that 90% of the english speaking world do it - not saying he started it.

 

As they say in Italian ... Allora

 

 

There's a lot of "So...." in Opening Posts here on GZ too.


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  Reply # 1847174 15-Aug-2017 16:35
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eracode:

 

robjg63:

 

While I am on this theme - starting a sentence with "So...".

 

I never noticed until John Key started doing it a couple of years ago - drove me crazy - Every sentence he started seemed to start "So".

 

It seems that 90% of the english speaking world do it - not saying he started it.

 

As they say in Italian ... Allora

 

 

There's a lot of "So...." in Opening Posts here on GZ too.

 

 

So what?


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  Reply # 1847248 15-Aug-2017 19:33
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When no one has given me a +1 today. frown


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  Reply # 1847263 15-Aug-2017 19:49
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(This is probably already in amongst the hundreds of pages in this thread..)

 

American TV shows or movies when they stop the car but don't put the handbrake on, just throw the car into park and let it rock back and forth

 

I think in the past I've researched opinions on this, and people argue either way, but I just don't get why you wouldn't do it

 

 

 

And while i'm at it, autocorrect wrongly correcting multiple words, but not auto-capitising "i" or "i'm" or "i've" etc for my lazy ass (that's not too lazy to use a handbrake)


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  Reply # 1848244 17-Aug-2017 20:35
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Thread authors who don't capitalise the first letter of their thread title.


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  Reply # 1848281 18-Aug-2017 00:25
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DarthKermit:

 

Thread authors who don't capitalise the first letter of their thread title.

 

 

....  and/or who don't use any Capitals at all in their posts.


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