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Discussion in 'General Forum' started by cobalt, Oct 24, 2011.
"Out by a whisker"
I believe another GC said that... Graham Clarke
"Such a tremendous athlete!"
...not you, AlanY!
Worse yet, after all these years, I cringe whenever she says:
But these are only pronunciations. As such, they don't strictly qualify as GCisms.
...but they're fun...
"And the Luck of the Netcord"
"That was going out I can't believe he hit that"
"And the lack of decision on the high lift......"
Oh my goodness, what,- a,- miss
Well it didn't miss by much
Here's a new gem from the French Open MS final: "There's another opportunity -- and it's gone a-begging".
You got to say this one with your hands on hips, a kinda disapproving/disbelieving look on your face...
"WELL!!! WOULD you beLIEVE it ??!!!!?!?!!!"
...and this typical English understated introduction:
"And sitting beside me today is a man who knows a thing or two about winning here..."
Did no one yet mention; "TERRIBLE indecision!" ?
It will be great if somebody forwards this thread to her attention, worth a chuckle or two from her at least.
ouuwouchh.. twwwoooooo seevveeennntttyyy fiiivvvveee kilometer per hour..!!
you spelt kilometres wrong
Actually i was supposed to spell it kilometres, but my firefox spelling software corrects me though
Dear moderators, please consider installing a "report pedantry" button next to "report post" button.
Umm, if you haven't noticed Cheung *is* a moderator, so he can pretty well be as pedantic as much as he wants!
Do you understand irony? Neither do I. Yet, asking moderators to admonish a moderator was part of the fun.
He is not correct anyway. Kilometer is the american spelling hence why your computer keeps changing it.
But to put pedantry into overdrive, in the context of the sentence, it should then have read kilometers, not kilometer