Originally posted by greenpawn34Searched the web,found no insects.Did come across a Great snake variation I and II so snake's somewhat taken
I like it - The Snake.
Black sheds a piece and wriggles for a win.
(Just thought - there is no opening named after an insect - is there?)
Originally posted by greenpawn34I know look how wayward they have gone after we left them to their own devices, and all because we demanded a little taxation to recuperate our losses for having looked after them for years, i dunno? the ingratitude.
Schiller - he may have made it up, perhaps not.
Russ can we get a spell checker for the Forums?
Our cousins from the Colonies are showing their stupidity again.
Originally posted by irontigranlol, I dont think it was meant in any type of personal sense, my friend from Glasgow who moved to Baltimore was always being assessed in his place of employment, and he always got a work on, the reason that he 'coudnt', speak English properly, wow thats rich he thought coming from Americans, his foreman even asked him to write things down on a piece of paper so that he could understand them, which naturally he refused to do, its just frustrating to be told that you're language is erroneous when you are actually the originator of that language, that being said, I think most people could not understand Glaswegian anyhow, even greenpawn, who lives in Edinburgh has trouble with it!
youre only here for 5 minute games and calling me stupid??
Originally posted by greenpawn34I thought we were still being silly. How... wrong of me.
You are writing in English and according to the Oxford English Dictionary.
It's also very rude to correct people's spelling.
Especially when one is wrong.
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