To refuse to engage with anyone who uses draw instead of drawer?

(34 Posts)
ThereIsIron Mon 01-Sep-14 12:04:17

I mean, who keeps their knickers in a draw?

TalcumPowder Mon 01-Sep-14 12:21:35

YANBU. And if they actually write 'chester draws', bin them.

SignYourNameInBrownAndFlame Mon 01-Sep-14 12:26:20

But what if they're raffling off their knickers?

picnicbasketcase Mon 01-Sep-14 12:27:12

Chester draws. Good god.

VivaLeBeaver Mon 01-Sep-14 12:28:55

Seems a bit of an overreaction to be honest.

It does make me wince slightly but there's some very nice, interesting people who just don't have a good grasp of grammar.

Withmyfeetinthesink Mon 01-Sep-14 12:30:55

Our local Facebay is full of requests for 'chester drawers'. It took me far too long to work out what was going on.

They also like to ask for things like 'garden slide for a girl' (so, one that has a side section for her tampons?), hi-heals, and often describe things having 'sequence' on them.

I think they need all the chester draws to keep the multi-million pound stocks of insurance meerkat toys in though . . .

VivaLeBeaver Mon 01-Sep-14 12:32:08

Ooh, I've just got a meerkat. Do they sell well on face bay?

Withmyfeetinthesink Mon 01-Sep-14 12:37:00

They do on mine Viva but I live in a very odd place. £20 seems to be the going rate, and they fight over them confused.

VivaLeBeaver Mon 01-Sep-14 12:40:19

Excellent. I've got a still boxed baby one.

Bowlersarm Mon 01-Sep-14 12:40:55

YABU. Too similar to notice when spoken aloud.

DiaDuit Mon 01-Sep-14 12:44:57

Not if you speak properly. There should be at least a 'f' sound to help with spelling it.

DiaDuit Mon 01-Sep-14 12:46:22

Sorry, i'm referring to the "chester draws"

Realise now the Op is just about "draws"

SaggyAndLucy Tue 02-Sep-14 18:42:11

YANBU. I cannot bring myself to engage with anyone on our local fb selling pages who can't even remotely spell what they are selling! hmm confused grin

Beetlemilk Tue 02-Sep-14 18:45:17

Chester draws grin excellent

Ohhelpohnoitsa Tue 02-Sep-14 19:33:11

ya most definitely nbu

Ohhelpohnoitsa Tue 02-Sep-14 19:35:04

or a close relative who insists on saying waffle like snaffle. shudder

taxi4ballet Tue 02-Sep-14 20:47:22

Phased instead of fazed.

Nevertriedapickledegg Tue 02-Sep-14 20:58:03

YANBU!

I was in Tiger (great shop) the other day and was horrified to see price labels for "draw handles!"

It's quite scary to think that got through. Just checked online and it's drawer knobs on there...

OhMyArsingGodInABox Tue 02-Sep-14 21:00:45

I find good grammer and spelling to be the pentacle of humane acheivement and put on a pedalstool anyone whom gets it write.

How do you pronounce them differently?

SociallyAcceptableCookie Tue 02-Sep-14 21:40:45

YANBU. I am a native English speaker but not from the UK and to me they are not the same pronunciation at all. It just makes me cringe. Achica was selling draw units this weekend and it wasn't just one typo. It was awful.

RobinSparkles Tue 02-Sep-14 21:43:56

YABU. You would refuse to engage with someone? Really?

Heaven forbid someone be less educated than yourself.

Chill.

RobinSparkles Tue 02-Sep-14 21:45:22

*Could be less

BetterTogether75 Tue 02-Sep-14 23:10:09

YANBU.

cece Tue 02-Sep-14 23:17:49

I also shudder at draws. Facebook selling pages is full of it.

I have fb friend who checks in at home at the **** residents Took me a while to work out where she was.

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