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    Smile advertizing words

    I have flown in my time. I have been indulged like crazy. I'v been in more Limousines than the president. I'v been on Planes with bars! I'v been in planes with foods and drinks like you wouldn't imagine! I'v been in planes with beeds! but I'v never done it all at once! until now! here's to being spoiled rotten.
    what does "here's to being spoiled rotten" mean?


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    Re: advertizing words

    Welcome to the forums.

    It would help to know what you want us to do. Are you looking for advice on writing slogans, or on the grammar used in these slogans?

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