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I was oying your "advise", the noun.

He did it on purpose, Skitt. See Rush's post previous to his. (1) Can I say I'm getting weary of ... to reading for content? (1) That's a default "he" I don't remember that mUslKa has said much about himself/herself.

In case you are interested: I am male; aged 51; from the UK; and a musician.
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He did it on purpose, Skitt. See Rush's post previous ... I don't remember that mUslKa has said much about himself/herself.

Oops. Sorry.

Not a problem. Don't bother replying to my other post, which I sent before reading this one.
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Who are you oying? I was voicelessly oying the OP.

I was oying your "advise", the noun.

What are you guys talking about? I couldn't unencode it with my my ESL level of English.
I was oying your "advise", the noun.

And now you have cut the bit that made me choose to use the noun.

I know Donna already got me on this. Sorry. It's so difficult to try to be perfect ...

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And now you have cut the bit that made me choose to use the noun.

I know Donna already got me on this. Sorry. It's so difficult to try to be perfect ...

Oh, it's easy enough to try. I've been trying for more than sixty years. It's the getting there that's tough. I'm almost ready to give up.

Bob Lieblich
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I was oying your "advise", the noun.

What are you guys talking about? I couldn't unencode it with my my ESL level of English.

You spelled a word with a "ise" that should have had "ice". Musika teased you by doing the same with another word. Skitt pointed out Musika's "mistake" by saying "Oy." The rest was not important.

It's your choice, but you might want to mention now and then where you're from and where you're living. It helps the rest of us understand better what you say, and to respond intelligently. Your English is good enough, you may be happy to hear, that you could pass for a native, at least in some of your posts.
(We also have a regular named Rushtown, an American, who uses different names, and I bet at least a few people here assumed you are he.)

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What are you guys talking about? I couldn't unencode it with my my ESL level of English.

You spelled a word with a "ise" that should have had "ice". Musika teased you by doing the same with ... you may be happy to hear, that you could pass for a native, at least in some of your posts.

Yes, your English was too good in that post. I thought you were a native-English speaker.
Had I known otherwise, I might have pointed out your mistake more obviously. The phrase you misspelt was 'vice versa'.
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mUs1Ka filted:
You spelled a word with a "ise" that should have ... Musika's "mistake" by saying "Oy." The rest was not important.

Yes, your English was too good in that post. I thought you were a native-English speaker. Had I known otherwise, I might have pointed out your mistake more obviously. The phrase you misspelt was 'vice versa'.

And in so doing placed "vise" cheek-by-jowl with "tights", which I took for a deliberate funny...for added texture, did we not once determine that the clamping tool is spelled "vise" in the US and "vice" elsewhere?...r
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You spelled a word with a "ise" that should have had "ice". Musika teased you by doing the same with another word. Skitt pointed out Musika's "mistake" by saying "Oy." The rest was not important.

It's not easy for spell checker to catch mistakes like that. What does 'Oy' mean?
It's your choice, but you might want to mention now and then where you're from and where you're living. It ... Rushtown, an American, who uses different names, and I bet at least a few people here assumed you are he.)

No no no. I'm not Rushtown, whoever he or she is. I'm from China. Currently living in the States. I guess my writing is better than my speech. I hardly pass any American once I open my mouth.
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