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    #11

    Re: you can't half swim ???

    Actually, it's perfectly "logical" to the fellow from London who says it. Just as "logical" as "you sure can swim."

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    Re: you can't half swim ???

    Quote Originally Posted by JJM Ballantyne
    Actually, it's perfectly "logical" to the fellow from London who says it. Just as "logical" as "you sure can swim."
    do people in London always talk in this confused way


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    #13

    Re: you can't half swim ???

    Quote Originally Posted by wml
    what's the meaning of " you can't half swim" ?
    Either you can swim or you can't.
    So you can't half swim, can you?

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    #14

    Re: you can't half swim ???

    If you read back through the thread, you'll see the meaning explained.

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