You can stay up to date with Chart Blog via these feeds. I hadn’t put the song on if I had, brushing my teeth would hardly be a suitable time to listen to it what with all the noisy bristles and need for immense concentration , but I could hear it coming from the flat upstairs. See more at Flickr. Refresh the page to see the result. Out now 12″ Released:
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You must be logged in wnd comment. Complain about this comment Comment number 6. Lord Byron would appreciate the poetic potential of text messages There’s barely a word that isn’t compressed because paper was expensive and ink was expensive, and to get your letter franked cost a lot of money – a Member of Parliament or member of the aristocracy were the only people who could do it.
My point entirely Fraser, I haven’t said anything about Nosheen’s chosen writing style as I don’t think it’s relevant.
I’d also like to add kig head shoulders knees and toes, at no point have I commented on the way you “talk”, Nosheen, simply on what you have said. I hadn’t put the song on if I had, brushing my snd would hardly be a suitable time to listen to it what with all the noisy bristles and need for immense concentrationbut I could hear it coming from the toee upstairs.
ChartBlog tries to be pretty good, grammar-wise, partly because it’s the Shoulsers, and that’s how we, as a corporation, roll, and partly because that’s how we as people tend to write anyway, but we do love the slang, and we do love the bits of text-speak that can’t be expressed using other words, and we also love the old, archaic slang words like rumpus and malarkey and doohickey.
English has always been a live language, growing and developing regardless of what is considered polite. Now I kneees this is a really difficult song to review and rate. OK, Nosh, I like what you’re saying here. Heead enjoy writing, and see this blog not only as a way of enhancing my music knowledge, but also of learning how people write and make their writing interesting. Also, I’m under 25 okay, so I’m only a couple of years off I thought that was what formed the basis of a discussion?
Actually, I don’t think it’s hard to review or rate at all.
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Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets CSS if you are able to do so. This page has been archived and is no longer updated. As such, it feels appropriate to respond in an equally articulate manner. Sorry if I misunderstood something kig head shoulders knees and toes along the way.
Now we’ve fallen into the pit of discourse analysis, would I be a bad person to link to Stephen Fry’s article on why he loves [and uses] T speak? Sample appears at 0: See more at Flickr. Spiggy, Curts, Kim, Liv I must admit as an idea to have fun and get a single into the charts its an excellent idea done well and I respect that I myself can take no part in many of the internet based abbreviations, sounding quite a lot like a period drama character in real life, but I have few qualms about others playing to their heart’s content.
Now, me and my sister are fairly new to our flat and for a while we’ve been trying to guess who lives up there, because they really are very noisy, even by our standards and we spend our evenings working out how to cover Britney songs using a saucepan and a wooden spoon.
These are some of the popular topics this blog covers. Maybe we should take to reviewing the more novelty singles in that way, with jokes??
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Here are the instructions on how to disable your ad blocker: G – ‘Head, Shoulders, Hesd and Toez’ is a load of rubbish to listen to? Believe it or not, these are actually good things to aim for when communicating. Complain about this comment Comment number 9.