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    is there any phrase called "on ur face" or is "it in ur face" ?

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    Re: please reply

    We have "in your face" which means "done in an aggressive manner".

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    Re: please reply

    Quote Originally Posted by manasawi View Post
    i Is there any phrase called "on your face" or is it "in your face" ?
    Welcome to the forum, manasawi.

    Please try to give your threads helpful titles. A good one for yours would have been 'On/in your face?'

    Please also try to use full forms, not chatlish forms, and capitalise where necessary.

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    Re: please reply

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    Welcome to the forum, manasawi.

    Please try to give your threads helpful titles. A good one for yours would have been 'On/in your face?'

    Please also try to use full forms, not chatlish forms, and capitalise where necessary.
    Yes, it is annoying to see chat style "English" writing here.

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