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I couldn't find the thread about overused business phrases, but here's an interesting article to go along with that conversation. MSN Article Enjoy.
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I couldn't find the thread about overused business phrases, but here's an interesting article to go along with that conversation. MSN Article Enjoy.
I don't see anything like "brown is for farmer". Are you sure your link worths a penny?
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I've got an overused phrase for you: "What is Manely watch?" Jon.
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I've got an overused phrase for you: "What is Manely watch?" Jon.
I have just seen on your profil that you were a teenager... Now I understand why you are not capable to hold a dialogue but try to save the face by looking on a spelling mistake of a French guy trying to speak your language... Imagine how ridiculious you would be if the debate was in French. Wanna try? Do you think I could be proud of speaking a foreign language (like you are of working)? Probably not because you may not speak any... Godamme, you are 22 and you have been working for several years . You mustn't have studied a lot, why? You prefered cleaning watches before puting them into window shops?
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(imageWIS @ May 18 2005,20:51) I've got an overused phrase for you: "What is Manely watch?" Jon.
I have just seen on your profil that you were a teenager... Now I understand why you are not capable to hold a dialogue but try to save the face by looking on a spelling mistake of a French guy trying to speak your language... Imagine how ridiculious you would be if the debate was in French. Wanna try? Do you think I could be proud of speaking a foreign language (like you are of working)? Probably not because you may not speak any... Godamme, you are 22 and you have been working for several years . You mustn't have studied a lot, why? You prefered cleaning watches before puting them into window shops?
Ernest has a good point. Fight for your right Ernest. Eric
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,May 18 2005,20:51
I've got an overused phrase for you: "What is Manely watch?" Jon.
I have just seen on your profil that you were a teenager... Now I understand why you are not capable to hold a dialogue but try to save the face by looking on a spelling mistake of a French guy trying to speak your language... Imagine how ridiculious you would be if the debate was in French. Wanna try? Do you think I could be proud of speaking a foreign language (like you are of working)? Probably not because you may not speak any... Godamme, you are 22 and you have been working for several years . You mustn't have studied a lot, why? You prefered cleaning watches before puting them into window shops?
Listen, I know we are on the English measurement system over here in America, but 22 is hardly a teenager. How old are you Ernest? I'll try it in French if you'll try it in Spanish. "Godamme" is that like Jean Claude van Damme? Yes, Ernest many people get part-time jobs as teenagers, instead of being lazy and staying on welfare as a substitute for doing something with your life. Jon.
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Listen, I know we are on the English measurement system over here in America, but 22 is hardly a teenager. How old are you Ernest? I'll try it in French if you'll try it in Spanish.   "Godamme" is that like Jean Claude van Damme? Yes, Ernest many people get part-time jobs as teenagers, instead of being lazy and staying on welfare as a substitute for doing something with your life. Jon.
Teenager = wide conception You shouldn't take all words at their narrow meaning. My age is on my profil, you shouldn't be able to find it. I have never studied Spanish. Why should I speak 2 foreign languages while you don't even have tried in one? Do you thing you will go to heaven? And these people think they are experts in watches if their job was to clean shops selling watches? When I see you aren't even capable to quote properly, i really wonder what you could do in your life.
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(imageWIS @ May 19 2005,01:39) Listen, I know we are on the English measurement system over here in America, but 22 is hardly a teenager. How old are you Ernest? I'll try it in French if you'll try it in Spanish. "Godamme" is that like Jean Claude van Damme? Yes, Ernest many people get part-time jobs as teenagers, instead of being lazy and staying on welfare as a substitute for doing something with your life. Jon.
Teenager = wide conception You shouldn't take all words at their narrow meaning. My age is on my profil, you shouldn't be able to find it. I have never studied Spanish. Why should I speak 2 foreign languages while you don't even have tried in one? Do you thing you will go to heaven? And these people think they are experts in watches if their job was to clean shops selling watches? When I see you aren't even capable to quote properly, i really wonder what you could do in your life.
Ernest, Until' you actually read what I post and not just make things up to defend your non-life, I'll refrain from continuing this. Jon. Oh, by the way imbecile, I speak Spanish, this is why I mentioned it...man are you dense. At least watching you intertwine yourself in all this was pretty hilarious for about 36 hours, but now its over.
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I can't believe Jon. is damn near thirty.
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