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Price just dropped by nearly £3 so the ideal opportunity for all of you who need a spell checker.
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#1
Do people still use these in the PC, Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone generation ?
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corred1964
Do people still use these in the PC, Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone generation ?
That would be the generation that can't spell. On the evidence of this site, they should. :D
#3
very, very outdated technology. This is not even useful to a student anymore. Google.
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bigbotbang
very, very outdated technology. This is not even useful to a student anymore. Google.
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#5
bigbotbang
very, very outdated technology. This is not even useful to a student anymore. Google.
I tootally dissagreee with thath stattement
#6
ain't nobodee got time fo dat
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Would it be possible to use this to see into a fried eggs brain and tell what evil plans it has to take over the human race?
#8
Ideal for those who use two cans and a piece of string as mobile phones (-:
Have one of these things laying in the bottom of a draw somewhere , holding on to it for 20 years or so might be worth £10 as a novelty collectable by then.
#9
Will be much faster to just spell check with your smart fone. You even get to view the meaning of the word instantly.
Just another piece of retro junk
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ashleyrunt
Ideal for those who use two cans and a piece of string as mobile phones (-:
Have one of these things laying in the bottom of a draw somewhere , holding on to it for 20 years or so might be worth £10 as a novelty collectable by then.
What's a draw? Are you a gunfighter from the wild west?
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ashleyrunt
Ideal for those who use two cans and a piece of string as mobile phones (-:
Have one of these things laying in the bottom of a draw somewhere , holding on to it for 20 years or so might be worth £10 as a novelty collectable by then.
What's a draw? Are you a gunfighter from the wild west?

Not unless I'm very old or a time traveller. So sorry to offend your sense of grammatical correctness I of course was referring to a drawer as I'm sure most people of reasonable intelligence would have realised. Well happy New Year and goodnight .
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ashleyrunt
Ideal for those who use two cans and a piece of string as mobile phones (-:
Have one of these things laying in the bottom of a draw somewhere , holding on to it for 20 years or so might be worth £10 as a novelty collectable by then.
What's a draw? Are you a gunfighter from the wild west?
Not unless I'm very old or a time traveller. So sorry to offend your sense of grammatical correctness I of course was referring to a drawer as I'm sure most people of reasonable intelligence would have realised. Well happy New Year and goodnight .
Can't find an SOH checker.
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ashleyrunt
Ideal for those who use two cans and a piece of string as mobile phones (-:
Have one of these things laying in the bottom of a draw somewhere , holding on to it for 20 years or so might be worth £10 as a novelty collectable by then.
What's a draw? Are you a gunfighter from the wild west?
Not unless I'm very old or a time traveller. So sorry to offend your sense of grammatical correctness I of course was referring to a drawer as I'm sure most people of reasonable intelligence would have realised. Well happy New Year and goodnight .
Can't find an SOH checker.

I assumed as much ha ha ha
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ashleyrunt
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ashleyrunt
Ideal for those who use two cans and a piece of string as mobile phones (-:
Have one of these things laying in the bottom of a draw somewhere , holding on to it for 20 years or so might be worth £10 as a novelty collectable by then.
What's a draw? Are you a gunfighter from the wild west?
Not unless I'm very old or a time traveller. So sorry to offend your sense of grammatical correctness I of course was referring to a drawer as I'm sure most people of reasonable intelligence would have realised. Well happy New Year and goodnight .
Can't find an SOH checker.

I assumed as much ha ha ha
You remind me that chicken green is a great substitute for bacon is several pixels on PS Vita.
1 Like #15
Save your £14, all you need to remember is "p o c k e t"
#16
I totally think technology has ruined the younger generation for having to spell things correctly with iPhones/tablets auto correcting for them. The amount of times I see someone write a sentence using the word 'of' instead of 'have' ..............eg "I of been to the zoo" instead of "I have been to the zoo".

I genuinely think these young people think it is the word 'of 'to use and not 'have' . Something like this would be useless to them because they don't even know what word they're looking for. There's another word people use when they've bought something, instead of using bought but can't remember that.

Yes I'm rambling now, it's a pet hate of mine. I see it all the time on here aswell :-/
#17
Great gadget I bought my wife one last Christmas as a stocking filler ,and she users it everyday on the crossword, hot for me

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