• Welcome to the new B.I.R.D. Forum. Please be sure to read the "New Member / New Registered ? Please Read" thread in the Coffee Shop. This contains some important information. To become a full member ( £5.50 a year ) simply click on your user name near the top on the right I hope you enjoy the new site ................ Jaws ( John )

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Who had heard of it previously?

Nobody.

Case proven.

For the record, it Is now not 'unheard'.

Get out of that one.

And your dog is chewing the doorframe.
If it was after your seventh birthday party, I would imagine that at least Ma and Pa Beaker heard of it. Possibly a few other Beakers, too, depending on how many siblings you have and their age(s) at the material time.

Um, at least two people.

It was previously heard of, as I have just established.

I just did with incredible panache and a mere suggestion of aplomb.

No, she's not. She's pissing on my foot.

Finally, for the record, it's 'an' ASDA.
 

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If it was after your seventh birthday party, I would imagine that at least Ma and Pa Beaker heard of it. Possibly a few other Beakers, too, depending on how many siblings you have and their age(s) at the material time.

Um, at least two people.

It was previously heard of, as I have just established.

I just did with incredible panache and a mere suggestion of aplomb.

No, she's not. She's pissing on my foot.

Finally, for the record, it's 'an' ASDA.
I was living on my own in my first house (mortgage free) at the age of 7.

A Asda.

Fin.
 

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It's nothing to do with grammar.

A Asda.

A Aldi

An Tesco

An Sainsbury
You are either mad as a box of frogs or on a wind up !

Taken from an under 10 year olds course work


Use “a” before words that start with a consonant sound and “an” before words that start with a vowel sound. Other letters can also be pronounced either way. Just remember it is the sound that governs whether you use “a” or “an,” not the actual first letter of the word
 

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You are either mad as a box of frogs or on a wind up !

Taken from an under 10 year olds course work


Use “a” before words that start with a consonant sound and “an” before words that start with a vowel sound. Other letters can also be pronounced either way. Just remember it is the sound that governs whether you use “a” or “an,” not the actual first letter of the word
That definition omits a number of exceptions, including 'Ludwig Von Waveeline's converse supermarket exception'
 

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And as if by magic, back to the OP
On the news tonight,, this area has the lowest vac rate in the country apart from London
 

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And as if by magic ~2

I found out from a mates post on facebook he's been offered an appointment for the jab, all good you might think but he's 48years old with no health conditions & no history of any at all, in fact he's that healthy I reckon he'll still be here when cockroaches have died out

Fair play to the man he's refused it & told them to please give it to someone who is at risk
 

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Latest figures issued this evening.. we are now the lowest area for vas in England
 
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