New Branch in St Ives Cambs

Discussion in 'Screwfix Trade Counters' started by Hillbilly Kid, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    When are they going to open a branch in StIves, Cambridgeshire?

    It just does not make sence!
     
  2. MAERSK

    MAERSK New Member

    It just does not make <u>sence!</u>


    Too right it doesn't!!
    Try using the spell checker.


    :p:p:p
     
  3. MAERSK

    MAERSK New Member

    No reply?

     
  4. MAERSK

    MAERSK New Member

    Still no reply?

    :^O:^O
     
  5. ponty.01

    ponty.01 New Member

    Slow down, you didn't reply to him for 5 days!



    Another great pontypost!
     
  6. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    Your not a Bog Man then Mr Maersk? Wouldn't know about dochey bags or sliptoes? Probably think you but rubber carrots from Tesco!
     
  7. MAERSK

    MAERSK New Member

    Can anyone make sense of this?

    :^O:^O
     
  8. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    Your not a bog man, buh! Your out of your depth!

    If you don't know the words to a song then don't try singing it!
     
  9. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

    Correct spelling and punctuation aid comprehension.
     
  10. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    I'm really sorry about my spelling and punctuation, but I was educated, if you can call it that, under a labour administration!

    I doubt there is anybody with half a brain who did not understand my first post! To cut me down on account of my poor education, or inability to use a spell checker, is frankly very hurtful and unnecessary.
     
  11. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

    "Your not a Bog Man then Mr Maersk? Wouldn't know about dochey bags or sliptoes? Probably think you but rubber carrots from Tesco!"

    I haven't got a clue what you're talking about here but if you think it makes sense.........

    I notice you managed ok on your last post.

    You don't have to be very educated to use a spell checker you just click on the button marked "Spell Check"

    The point I was trying to make is that it is pointless being trying to be funny if nobody can understand you. You could tell the funniest joke in the world in Russian but if no one could read Russian..........
     
  12. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    The point I was making was you're not Bog Men.

    Dare I suggest there is an error in you last paragraph or is that not funny?
     
  13. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

    "The point I was making was you're not Bog Men."

    Well that's one of the things I didn't understand.

    "Dare I suggest there is an error in you last paragraph or is that not funny?"

    Grammatically it would have been better if I hadn't written "point" and "pointless" in the same sentence but I doubt that's what you mean.
     
  14. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    I think you should read it again out loud.

    The thing is once you have written something, when you proof read it, you only read what you think you have written, not what you actually wrote.

    "pointless being trying to be funny if nobody can understand you."

    Whats that 'being' about?
     
  15. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    Mr Chippie has gone quite!
     
  16. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    Quite mad - clearly a mistake on my part!
     
  17. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    Clearly Chippie is not the only one that makes mistakes!
     
  18. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

    Sorry I was looking at something on Facebook, yes you're totally correct about "being".
     
  19. Hillbilly Kid

    Hillbilly Kid New Member

    So where are we know? What have we concluded?

    Would you care to sum up?
     
  20. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

    Correct spelling and punctuation DOES aid comprehension and no one likes a smart **** :O

    I've got a copy somewhere of a paragraph and you have to count how many times the word "of" is used. I'll try and dig it out.
     

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