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WTP baby clothes blue gift set WAS £22.00 now £10.99 also in pink see thread
WTP baby clothes blue gift set WAS £22.00 now £10.99 also in pink see thread

WTP baby clothes blue gift set WAS £22.00 now £10.99 also in pink see thread

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I would of loved to receive this as gift when my gorgeous boy was born this year

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Original Poster

why cold????????? its a bargain and adorable

Cute but I like the dalmations 3 piece set better. Pity no one I know is preggers.

Plus £4.95 delivery eek

"would of"?

musicals;2414882

"would of"?



And it's becoming more common. I think it's a phonetic way of writing. Lots of regional accents pronounce "have" as "of" so it's rapidly creeping into spoken language too!

And so it is that language eveolves.

So you'd rather she didn't post what she thinks are good deals just because her use of grammar doesn't meet with your approval?

LadyMadonna;2415469

So you'd rather she didn't post what she thinks are good deals just … So you'd rather she didn't post what she thinks are good deals just because her use of grammar doesn't meet with your approval?



Did anyone say that? No they didn't.

If I make a mistake I like to be corrected so I don't do it again. I believe others should be big enough to handle having their mistakes pointed out to them too.

Ah OK, Just I thought this was a bargain forum and not an English exam. Just for future reference, if you see my mistakes don't bother pointing them out. I'm not likely to care enough to warrant your effort.

LadyMadonna;2415529

Ah OK, Just I thought this was a bargain forum and not an English exam. … Ah OK, Just I thought this was a bargain forum and not an English exam. Just for future reference, if you see my mistakes don't bother pointing them out. I'm not likely to care enough to warrant your effort.



Now you mention it, you shouldn't really be using a capital "J" after a comma.

Oops! :whistling:

:-D :thumbsup:

Original Poster

Gazbert;2415446

And it's becoming more common. I think it's a phonetic way of writing. … And it's becoming more common. I think it's a phonetic way of writing. Lots of regional accents pronounce "have" as "of" so it's rapidly creeping into spoken language too!And so it is that language eveolves.


Yes i would of loved past tense ....................my baby 6 months old now so not much used. But i would of been thrilled if i had been gifted this lovely item

Original Poster

vickyo;2414751

Plus £4.95 delivery eek



yea delivery is shocking but maybe disney store near you

God, some right nobbas on here, this is a DEALS site, NOT a spelling site! When your own lives are perfect, then pick others up on their mistakes
Voted hot!

LadyMadonna;2415529

Ah OK, Just I thought this was a bargain forum and not an English exam. … Ah OK, Just I thought this was a bargain forum and not an English exam. Just for future reference, if you see my mistakes don't bother pointing them out. I'm not likely to care enough to warrant your effort.



Nothing wrong with being proud of mastering your native language.
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