Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Ciaran, Apr 20, 2020.
Was that a typo? Should have been "boys"
TBF, it’s not worth striking when no **** is using the service is it?
The reason the UK has had so many deaths is due having more old people and fat unhealthy people than most countries.
... and by far the biggest set of incompetent, self-serving twats, in government
We've even got a fat, unhealthy person as PM.
Or too many 'minorities' who follow their sky fairy rather than science?
Says the mad papist!
Attenborough gives stark warning on climate change to UN
Climate change could, within a lifetime, destroy "entire cities and societies", Sir David Attenborough has told the UN Security Council.
500,000 of them.
You pronounce the "h", so it would be "a hypocrite" not "an hypocrite".
I've often wondered why people say " An hotel" seems entirely unnecessary.
Because they are idiots. The same as the idiots who say "an hypocrite".
Another example is if you were speaking about the singular of £100 notes. In the written form people would think because it starts with a vowel it would be "an". Not the case as "one" is pronounced like the consonant "w" so it would be "a one hundred pound note" not "an one hundred pound note".
Not wonder this site has won many awards and it just goes to show that learning can be fun
^^^^another crazed leftie about to be put on ignore
I really hate when British people say math instead of maths .
Trying to be cool like Americans probably
That also annoys me. I am not fond of people saying airplane instead of aeroplane either.
People from Ull don't pronounce the H