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done, looks like a potential clothing vendor/sponsor
 

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Ya do all know ANYONE can make a survey on that site? For all we know OCTA made the survey.
 

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Ya do all know ANYONE can make a survey on that site? For all we know OCTA made the survey.
Well I sure hope the survey Police dont come get me for filling it out
 

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Wow, great survey, you would think a survey writer would know how to spell (or is it spachula or spatchula)? :)

UHhhhhhh well according to Websters its 'spatula'
spatula - Definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary


Spatula
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For other uses, see Spatula (disambiguation).

A spatula, also known as a fish slice in British English, is a kitchen utensil with a long handle and a broad flat edge, used for lifting fish and fried foods.[1][2] Though the word spatula is used in British English, it refers solely to a mixing and spreading implement.[3] In parts of Canada and the United States, spatulas are sometimes called flippers or turners. They are used both in the preparation of food, as a flipping implement, and in the serving of food. Often the plate scraper is referred to as a spatula.

The word spatula, known in English since 1525, is a diminutive form of the Latin term spatha, which means a broad sword (as in spatharius) or a flat piece of wood and is also the origin of the words spade (digging tool) and spathe.[4]
 

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Go look at the survey ya wrote putz, you spelled it three different ways
OMG let me go fix that, Ill put it on my list of things to do right after organise my spatula drawer.
 

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OMG let me go fix that, Ill put it on my list of things to do right after organise my spatula drawer.
Now, in spelling 101 we have covered the correct spelling for spatula. Now who can spell the word organize?

What is this weird obsession with spatulas? Maybe that is more information than cyberspace really needs?:wave:
 

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Now, in spelling 101 we have covered the correct spelling for spatula. Now who can spell the word organize?

What is this weird obsession with spatulas? Maybe that is more information than cyberspace really needs?:wave:

Organise!
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There have been several anarchist groups in Belfast that have used the name Organise from the early 1990s.

If I wanted ORGANIZE, I would have put that. But I have a drawer full of capitalist spatulas.
 

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UmmmmHmmmmm...I think that "he doth protest too much". Capitalist spatulas? I am sure those spatulas will ORGANIZE themselves into upper, middle and lower groups, quite quickly and expeditiously :lol:
 

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Almost finished... DONE!:clap:
 
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