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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by b24pgg, Oct 14, 2011.
Jonathan needs to learn how to spell 'queue'
Yeah who even uses that word in the USA instead of "line" anyway?
people who know how to speak english?
Are you being facetious? I've never heard people in America use the word "queue" instead of "line." It's a British English thing.
I find myself regularly using the word queue now; or at least switching between that and line from time to time.
We're taught as kids to use line. People never say queue. I only read queue on the internet.
Sorry to say but our "english" isn't a language.
It's line not queue.
Sitting on my fat ass, drinking coffee, eating a cookie ... waiting for the hot UPS guy to drop my phone off. Like a boss.
Yeah being an Englishmen in NYC i quickly learnt queue has no meaning out here. They say line. Anyway, tomato, tomato - wheres my 4s?
Well that is silly. You should be able to say queue. If we 'muricans are too lame to adapt and accept then why bother changing your language. Queue is not wrong, it's just not what you hear in the states.
Who knows. Who cares. Now wheres fedex wih my 4s?!
So you're having two packages delivered today? Lucky you...
Form a queue?
Form a line?
As someone in traffic engineering I use the word "queue" quite frequently. Born and raised in Ohio. Queue is a pretty common word.
Trolling is a art
Am I really the only one that noticed the troll face in OP's email screenshot?
I think the point was that queue was misspelled.
he must have played a lot of roller coaster tycoon when he was younger
Queue is a common word used by many in America.
"Whilst" on the other hand I wish would be f'n burned at the stake, I despise that word for some reason.
Hmm, could be. Seemed to me like the bigger troll bait was the offer to skip ahead of the queue on launch day, thus inciting jealousy and anger among the people reading the post, generating a long discussion, flame wars, etc.
But apparently a simple misspelling works too!
Post picture of said fat ass?
Like a boss of course