posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 01:54 AM
Waynos, you got me bang to
In my defence, I'm still very ill and can't even remember half of what I type.
I do so agree with your comment TrueLies. I have noticed an ever increasing use in the military during training, of the word, Okay
Okay to me signifies that all is well, or you are happy and at one with the world.
But saying something like, 'Today, we're going to learn bayonet fighting
', okay?, leaves my blood cold.
Why cant people learn to err, express themselves properly and be umm, grammatically correct okay?