to not feel the mirth when an adult uses a star/flower/heart/smiley face rather than a tittle?
ChaosTrulyReigns · 31/03/2011 13:50
Most people grew out of that in first year seniors, yes?
No, I don't think you're quirky I just think you're a bit of a doily. And take that Disney tshirt off too, while we're on the subject.
GetOrfMoiLand · 31/03/2011 13:55
One of my favourite sites around Gloucester is a purple Toyota Rav 4, which has a disney eeyore on the wheel cover, and the legend 'Shelagh' in pink cursive script on the rear window.
Shelagh, if you are a mumsnetter and you see someone in a black audi pointing and laughing at you, that'll be me.
ShirleyKnot · 31/03/2011 14:54
I never knew that the dots above "i"'s had a name, let alone that they would be called tittles. Well, well, learn something new everyday and all that.
Those disney shirts are bad - but not quite as bad as those "tattered friend" ones. I used to work with a woman who wore winnie the pooh earrings and had one of those Shaun the Sheep backpack things. She was about 43.
notso · 31/03/2011 15:50
How have I got to 30 and not known about tittle?
I thought it was a typo too, and people were saying they were Surname perhaps as an alternative to Ms.
Is [wunk] an actual think like the new wink or is it a typo, I am seeing it all the time and say it in my head in a crap french accent like the policeman on 'Allo 'Allo.
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