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I just realised while typing this I think realise is mean't to have a 'z' instead of 's', but I don't really care and the title should probably have a capital. I just decided to make an account for the forums because the people on here seem cool to chat to, and I have been coming on here without an account on and off(I think that's what you guys call lurkers?), so yeah, hi and I look forward to chatting to all of you and hopefully being stuffed to check my grammar and sentences so I don't sound like an internet kiddie.

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Meowingtons    100

realise = English (UK)

realize = English (US)

 

so long as you spell properly and are able to string a sentence together you'll fit in fine

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MacSweetay    7

Yeah we tend to LITERALLY be Hitler about grammar here.

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Pinkie-Pie    31

Aaaaa Welcome welcome welcome, i fine welcome to you! Welcome welcome welcome say, How do you do!?

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Yeah we tend to LITERALLY be Hitler about grammar here.

 

Oh that's fine, I hate kids on the internet who can't spell for shit too.

 

Aaaaa Welcome welcome welcome, i fine welcome to you! Welcome welcome welcome say, How do you do!?

 

Thank you thank you! I do(am) very good! Though my profile picture says otherwise!

Fixed that for you

 

Oh well, hope my shitty personality makes up for my mistakes.

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Dabato    3
On 27/01/2017 at 4:43 PM, Sirenfal said:

 

Fixed that for you

The language is called English for a reason ∴ the British way is correct.

 

oh my god i am retarded i forgot it was 2018 i thought this was posted like 3 days ago.

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