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It's plec not pick

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There, I've said it.

 

Les

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Still won't stop others disagreeing...

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Or it's plectrum, or pick, or flatpick ... you can call it what you like.

'Hey Charlie, I've forgotten mine, can I borrow a pick?'

'Sorry I've only got plectrums.'

'You're a tosser ... just lend me one of your plectra.'

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Take your pick...

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Picking is a way of life, plecking? No, I don't think so 😁

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Posted (edited)

And it's a scratchplate not a pickguard.

I'll accept plecguard though.

Edited by James Nada
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Lorry or Truck?

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2 minutes ago, James Nada said:

And it's a scratchplate not a pickguard.

 

Quite

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12 minutes ago, TheGreek said:

Still won't stop others disagreeing...

They're still wrong.

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Posted (edited)

I have certainly never plecked my nose nor used an icepleck for mountain climbing.

Edited by Bobthedog

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4 minutes ago, James Nada said:

And it's a scratchplate not a pickguard.

I'll accept plecguard though.

A mate of mine says “scratchguard” - riles me, dunno why.

wife also calls the glovebox in a car “the drop down” - really p*sses me off.

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If somebody was looking for an argument they've plecked the right topic.

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Posted (edited)

derrière or donkey

 

Profanity filter strikes again

Edited by gerryc

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I play with a pick. Plectrum sounds like some snobby Latin word that oiks like me aren't supposed to understand.  And if there's some thing that disturbs my normally placid outlook on life, it is people who insist on using latin plurals. They are obviously unaware that once a loan word has been assimilated into a language, it takes the grammatical forms of the host language. 

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Posted (edited)
12 minutes ago, gerryc said:

derrière or donkey

 

Profanity filter strikes again

'Derriėre or donkey?' has a nice ring to it.

It would be good name for a game show.

Edited by Cato

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13 minutes ago, TheGreek said:

If somebody was looking for an argument they've plecked the right topic.

oh i dont know... it almost kicked off on faceberg the other day because someone had the audacity to say 'guitar luthier'

:facepalm:

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31 minutes ago, EssentialTension said:

Or it's plectrum, or pick, or flatpick ... you can call it what you like.

That's right, The Mascara Snake.

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20 minutes ago, TheGreek said:

If somebody was looking for an argument they've plecked the right topic.

I see what you did there 😉

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1 hour ago, TheGreek said:

Take your pick...

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One of those is a mattock 😎

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And this a Plek machine... 😂 🤣 😆

 

 

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