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8 hours ago, dilligaf said:

Thanks. Could not stand Coogan.

Indeed. I blow hot and cold on his ‘comedy’ too.

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1 hour ago, WTF said:

going ????

It's a commonly used word. You should have paid more attention in English classes

noun

1.

an act of leaving a place; a departure.

"don't lose track of your child's comings and goings"

2.

the condition of the ground viewed in terms of suitability for horse racing, riding, or walking.

"the going was ideal here, with short turf and a level surface"

adjective

1.

BRITISH

existing or available; to be had.

"he asked if there were any other jobs going"

2.

(of a price) accepted or usual at the current time.

"people willing to work for the going rate"

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6 hours ago, Neil Down said:

It's a commonly used word. You should have paid more attention in English classes

noun

1.

an act of leaving a place; a departure.

"don't lose track of your child's comings and goings"

2.

the condition of the ground viewed in terms of suitability for horse racing, riding, or walking.

"the going was ideal here, with short turf and a level surface"

adjective

1.

BRITISH

existing or available; to be had.

"he asked if there were any other jobs going"

2.

(of a price) accepted or usual at the current time.

"people willing to work for the going rate"

i was questioning the tense as i'm sure you realised.  ;)

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2 hours ago, WTF said:

i was questioning the tense as i'm sure you realised.  ;)

Realised or realise. ?

All tenses matter.:flowers:

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