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I had my supper at Subang Jaya SS15 and when I'm about to head back home, I passed by Public Bank and saw an Indian with some envelopes on his hands, rushing out from the bank and knocking a gold Honda Civic , so I guessed the car owner had forgotten to take his stuff and he was like didn't know there was a guy knocking his car and he just drove away. I was at the back of his car so I kept flashing and honed him but he seemed like getting frighten and just drove faster.
Guys, if any of you or your family have a gold Honda Civic and went to SS15 Public Bank just now, please tell them that they might left something in the bank.
Last edited by ahmin92; 17-Dec-2012 at 02:38.
I'm sorry, but I can't understand this at all.
What is ss15? What is an indian uncle? What was he doing with the envelopes? How did he get them and how did he know they were supposed to go to the man in the car? How do you know that was about the bank and not something else?
The one thing I can tell you for sure is that you need to capitalize "I" as well as other proper nouns, like "Honda Civic."
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
One does not carry something "on" his hands, he carries something "in" his hands.
One does not "flash". It is correct to say that one "flashes his lights" - in this case.
The correct word is "honked", not "honed".
It is better to not use the word "guys", except in very informal situations.
I assume that SS15 has some meaning but I don't know what it is.
Last edited by Gillnetter; 17-Dec-2012 at 18:08. Reason: Spelling
So SS15 is like a postcode? If the only people who are reading this are going to understand that without an explanation, then fine. If you are expecting other people to read it then you'll need to be clearer.
If I told you that I really like going to SW19 every summer because I'm a fan of a particular sport, would you have any idea what I was talking about?
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.