Use of "Gotta"

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(Discussion of sale of swimming pool accessory)

Gotta Pool? Gotta Have it!

Acceptable language to end ad?
 

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Why not? The function of an ad is to sell. If it makes people want to buy, then it's good language. ;-)
 

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What Tdol said.

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Don Schmoldt said:
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Gotta Pool? Gotta Have it!

Acceptable language to end ad?

I don't like it very much. The first "gotta" is really incorrect; "gotta" is a verbal shortening of "got to" not "got a".
 

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We use it for both in BE.;-)
 

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