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that's the same thing isn't it?
He'll smash your face in.
the peel is what you're removing? like, orange peel.
peel an apple don't you?
i don't unpeel one either.
so I wouldn't know
Fabs? Jaffa Cakes? Fry's Turkish Delights?
but I don't unpeel them
peel/unpeel the jelly from the biscuit and save for last. Best way.
flammable and inflammable
what a country!"
theres actually a slight difference in meaning. yeah.
I think it is.
Peeled: it has been peeled.
Unpeeled: it has not been peeled.
Is English your first language, Marx?
no *runs away*
(more shameful is that my degree is in English)
and it's stuck?
I don't actually know, it just doesn't seem very logical for them both to mean the same thing.
it's NOT A WORD, FFS!
Anyone who says 'unpeel' is just creating new words.
I swear that's not a word.
is a word.
her wet clothes?
I refer you here: http://www.drownedinsound.com/articles/1702009#r1702111
I totally brow-beat her.
Look at her profile picture. She's well-scared now.
definition number 1 (please ignore number 2):
2. Not peeled.
Cos I'm not sure I agree with me anymore. I just can't back down from an argument.
Theo's wrong, we're right. The end. (although there is no such word as unpeel, I'll admit that much).
Probably written by Americans. Their abilities with English are known to be suspect.
But for this purpose I will embrace them.
i'm not good at this, am i?
but I am very easily pleased