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    Hi,

    Can I say there are a lot of attractions for THE LARGE ONES, meaning for adults?

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    Default Re: the large ones

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    Can I say there are a lot of attractions for THE LARGE ONES, meaning for adults?
    It sounds very strange. What's wrong with 'adults'?

    If you are trying to use a child-like vocabulary, 'grown-ups' is possible.

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