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Discussion in 'Introduction' started by coley, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. coley

    coley Regular Member

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    new to site, used it to get sum infoon buying my stringing machine! big help, so thowt id drop a line and say hi to ever1.
     
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    dude. please write in proper English, please.

    and welcome!
     
  3. coley

    coley Regular Member

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    thanks, i'll see what I can do about proper english, guess i'm too lazy to write properly!

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    i took me 3 passes to figure out what you wrote initially. it is either you do the work, or a few hundred other people need to do the work when they read your post. much cheaper for you to do it!

    furthermore, if people don't understand what you write, what the point of writing it? ;)
     
  5. coley

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    thats very true, too much time writing shorthand in text messages!

    you'd be amazed how many people write that way in forums here in the uk
     
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    I agree... i've seen worse. Anyway Welcome to BCBF.
     
  7. coley

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    cheers ants, very impressed with your reviews on the latest yonex rackets,
    just traded in my ns7000s for a pair of at900s, very pleased withe the results and got a similar feel to them as yourself. just got to decide how ight i can string them on my drop weight machine without breakage!
     
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    you do it very carefully! :D
     
  9. coley

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    currently around the 26/27lb marker with nanogy 95
     
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    Welcome..

    ..to BCBF, coley!:)...Good to have you aboard and hope you'll find whatever you're looking for!..Make yourself @ home & have fun surfing in BC!;):cool:
    *Btw, it took me 2 passes 2 understand what u wrote..........thks 2 readng the many shrthnd txt wrtng tht r in here...;)
     
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    thnx ctjcad! lol!

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    Haha, I think it's quite ok to type like that in the beginning. I always used to type like.. "h1 n3w4n g0t h4x ?".. but I figured out that its harder for me to actually type like that, hehe. Everyone starts typing properly once they have about 300 posts or so on different forums and so.

    Anyway, Welcome to BC coley!
     
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    welcome to bc forum!!!
    have fun here, dude!.
     

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