People using 'loose' when they mean 'lose' . Please stop, please

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  • People using 'loose' when they mean 'lose' . Please stop, please
  • Premier Icon gofasterstripes
    Subscriber

    I guess it’s not there fault but a few seem to have a lose grasp of the English language.

    😆

    pondo
    Member

    Please stop, all of you. 🙁

    Premier Icon LimboJimbo
    Subscriber

    This may be age induced grumpiness, but the use of “yourselves” in place of “you” is edging me closer to my Falling Down style rampage.

    To illustrate. “Can I arrange a wake up call for yourselves”?

    Mmmgrrrmmrrr!!!

    deadlydarcy
    Member

    Speak for yourself. It doesn’t bother myself at all.

    Its stile not style!

    You’se the one wanting a speller cheker.

    Frankenstein
    Member

    “I wonder who bought this topic up?”

    “Its all there fault.”

    “Innit.”

    “I brought a bike from Tesco.”

    “I want two thank you to.”

    Annoying in formal sentences yet funny on forums.

    😉

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