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Radford kid
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16 of 18  Fri 15th Jun 2012 11:01pm  
Member: Joined Nov 2011  Total posts:358

Thanks TricIa for the comments, that was real nice of you. I did labour my comments a bit I have mouth run away. Anyway it's nice that you took the trouble to respond, thanks.
Colin Walton

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berjay
Bewdley Worcs.
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17 of 18  Sat 29th Jun 2013 6:33pm  
Member: Joined May 2013  Total posts:23

Wotcher me mate ner mind about the langwidge or the gramer, the main thing ias to keep our very Coventryness going. Tra tra tyen seeyer in a bit Bernard
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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18 of 18  Sun 30th Jun 2013 5:23am  
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Hi berjay, When I had English homework I always enjoyed the essays but always asked my mum to read them before handing them in at school and as soon as she said "the English she is spoke" I knew straight away she was saying to me, read it again. I presume she meant the Queen's English and was mocking me. I do try to curb my spelling but have made a few gaffs along the way, so I am sure we are all forgiving in each other's grammar. As Tricia says what we write lets our personalities shine through. So keep it coming folks, we still understand you. Wave
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