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YDs Most Southerly Monkey
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OK, I've been overseas fpor a while and we are a bit behind, girlies are still wearing ra-ra skirts from the last time around but as much as I try, I can't work out the latest bit of grammar evolution, namely that whenever one of you people still in Blighty, refer to style, you write "Stylee" (with an extra "e".

What is this all about. Do you pronounce it similarly in spoken conversation?

And if so, then why? I'm baffled.
 

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I have to admit I've not worked this one out either.

I'm here in the UK, but perhaps am a little isolated up here ;)
 

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IIRC its an adaptation of a Little Britian quote!! :D
 

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Good Lord.....
I've never heard of a ra-ra skirt OR "stylee". WTF???

Little Britain??? Sounds like it might be something to do with "Brittas Empire", but I suppose that'll be way off the mark as well.
 
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