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    Default on a whim or on impulse

    "I bought new jeans on a whim/on impulse." What would you use on a whim or on impulse?

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    Default Re: on a whim or on impulse

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "I bought new jeans on a whim/on impulse." What would you use on a whim or on impulse?
    They are both OK.

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