CMSMJ1 wrote:how very dare you!!
Nigel Mansell wrote:Me lika a cha-cha
forty-two wrote:I guess it's akin to how annoyed I get when I hear presenters on the Television say "haitch" when they mean "aitch" or "Skedule" when they mean "Shedule" (for the avoidance of doubt, the mis-spelling is deliberate to illustrate what's said).
Pup wrote:Shedule? Where'd you go to shool?
I think that if you think that Nigel Mansel is posting here under his own name, then your confusion extends beyond usernames.
forty-two wrote:Pup wrote:Shedule? Where'd you go to shool?
As I said, the spelling mistake was deliberate. To illustrate the fact that the correct pronunciation of the word Schedule (in Great Britain at least) is with a silent "C", hence the spelling omitting the C.
andrew wrote:I find the use of pet names for drivers rather than their actual names more annoying.
forty-two wrote:andrew wrote:I find the use of pet names for drivers rather than their actual names more annoying.
I agree that the use of pet names is irritating, except sometimes if the pet name in question is being used for the purpose of ridicule or jollity.
All the "Regenmeister", "BOSS" and "FRED" comments frankly get right up my snitch, but "Bulk" to describle Massa does make me smile, purely because of the origin of that particular name.
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