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  • Biebz
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    Originally posted by Hugo
    Pop needs more gay male artists.
    Troye Sivan is coming

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  • theArmy
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    Originally posted by Storyteller
    Originally posted by Nippian93
    Probably "your" instead of "you are" or "you're".
    Your is a word too though
    "Your handbag was stolen"
    But you're a handbag (that) was stolen works too.

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  • Hugo
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    Pop needs more gay male artists.

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  • Storyteller
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    Originally posted by CrazyCrazy
    Originally posted by Storyteller
    Originally posted by Nippian93
    Probably "your" instead of "you are" or "you're".
    Your is a word too though
    "Your handbag was stolen"
    What are you talking about? It annoys him because people use these in the wrong context, you're and your are not the same thing.

    Some people use "your" when they should use "you're".

    Oh right fair enough

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  • Serby
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    I almost learned that 'of' thing cuz native people write jt so often just to realise it's a have.

    Not people thinking I can't see diff between axe and ask lmao when I said I hear it all the time. It was about catchup thing.

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  • Biebz
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    People who mix up "you're" and "your" annoy me too You wouldn't believe how many native speakers do it

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  • CrazyCrazy
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    Originally posted by Storyteller
    Originally posted by Nippian93
    Probably "your" instead of "you are" or "you're".
    Your is a word too though
    "Your handbag was stolen"
    What are you talking about? It annoys him because people use these in the wrong context, you're and your are not the same thing.

    Some people use "your" when they should use "you're".

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  • Nippian93
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    ^ That's true

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  • Storyteller
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    Originally posted by Nippian93
    Probably "your" instead of "you are" or "you're".
    Your is a word too though
    "Your handbag was stolen"

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  • Nippian93
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    Probably "your" instead of "you are" or "you're".

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  • Storyteller
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    Originally posted by Hugo
    Originally posted by Damiennatas1
    'I could care less' drives me insane.
    'Your' and 'could of' are grating as well, especially when used by native speakers.

    What's wrong with "your"?

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  • hun
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    Originally posted by Hugo
    Originally posted by Damiennatas1
    'I could care less' drives me insane.
    'Your' and 'could of' are grating as well, especially when used by native speakers.
    Aren't these totally unrelated?

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  • Hugo
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    Originally posted by Damiennatas1
    'I could care less' drives me insane.
    'Your' and 'could of' are grating as well, especially when used by native speakers.

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  • Jason2379
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    'I could care less' drives me insane.

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  • hun
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    There's been a lot of porn spam lately.

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  • Nippian93
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    ^ Saw it too

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  • MrDiva
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    "Moms Very Big Boobs !!! Go!Go!# 9083014" was my fave spam bot topic yet haha

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  • Goldmoney
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    .

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  • hun
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    Originally posted by CrazyCrazy
    I was going to say about black people using it but thought theRealest would "gurl bye" me.
    Gurl

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  • setg1
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    "Ask" being pronounced "axe" can change the meaning hilariously. I absolutely hate it when someone says "pitcher" instead of "picture". "I could care less" should also be illegal to say.

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  • MusicRecords
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    Originally posted by CrazyCrazy
    I was going to say about black people using it but thought theRealest would "gurl bye" me.

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  • CrazyCrazy
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    I was going to say about black people using it but thought theRealest would "gurl bye" me.

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  • hun
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    'Aks' is very common in Ebonics

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  • MusicRecords
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    Originally posted by CrazyCrazy
    I think Serby was talking about ketchup/catchup.
    Oh but still ket and cat are totally different like saying ket as in kettle and cat as in cattle

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