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A: Id like a plastic bag please?

B: That would be 3p.

A: Oh, alright.

Or

Ok.

Or

Wow, ok.

Or

Bruh, ill pay.

Or

Ok ill pay.

Can "alright" be used instead of "ok"? Can any Britishes tell me, please? Thank you.

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A: I'd like a plastic bag, please.

B: 3p.

As you can see, such conversations are usually extremely short. Even like this.

A: And a plastic bag, please.

B: (says nothing, just puts the items into a plastic bag)


What does 'bruh' mean?


can "alright" be used instead of "ok"? Can any British people tell me, please? Yes, although we sometimes spell it 'all right'.

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mosjaA: I'd like a plastic bag, please.
B: That will be 3p.
A: Oh, all right.
OK.
Wow, OK.
Bruh, ill pay.
OK, I'll pay.

Responses such as "Wow" and "I'll pay" may seem to be making too much of such a tiny cost. Typically people would just say "OK".

"Bruh" does not mean anything.

mosjaCan "alright" be used instead of "ok"?

Yes, but "alright" is a loathsome spelling.

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GPY"alright" is a loathsome spelling.

Hear, hear.

When I went to school (Was that the Jurassic period? I forget.), I would have been rapped severely on the knuckles with a metal measuring stick if I hadn't written "all right".

CJ

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I would have been rapped severely on the knuckles with a metal measuring stick if I hadn't written "all right".

Thats what most schools was like in the 20s - 90s. Today some schools, esp in the third world countries or the unregistered ones in the uk, still use corporal punishment.