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Post  Badboy on Mon 7 May - 21:35

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For ages i've been meaning to ask why most here post "bewk" instead of book.......interested to know why?

Most??

How strange to do a statistical analysis of such a thing!

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  snowflake on Mon 7 May - 21:52

Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:
The End Is Nigh wrote:
snowflake wrote:Hello
For ages i've been meaning to ask why most here post "bewk" instead of book.......interested to know why?

Most??

How strange to do a statistical analysis of such a thing!

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  kathybelle on Mon 7 May - 22:09

snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:
The End Is Nigh wrote:
snowflake wrote:Hello
For ages i've been meaning to ask why most here post "bewk" instead of book.......interested to know why?

Most??

How strange to do a statistical analysis of such a thing!

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

The ones who spell the book bewk are taking the "Mickey" out of Kate McCann's Scouse accent, she says bewk instead of book. However I'm sure she spells book as it should be spelt.

I hope you don't mind me saying this, but you seem to be a bit of a nit picker, with no sense of humour.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  snowflake on Mon 7 May - 22:23

kathybelle wrote:
snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:
The End Is Nigh wrote:

Most??

How strange to do a statistical analysis of such a thing!

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

The ones who spell the book bewk are taking the "Mickey" out of Kate McCann's Scouse accent, she says bewk instead of book. However I'm sure she spells book as it should be spelt.

I hope you don't mind me saying this, but you seem to be a bit of a nit picker, with no sense of humour.

No I don't mind you saying that I am a "nit picker with no sense of humour"

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 7 May - 22:25

snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:
The End Is Nigh wrote:
snowflake wrote:Hello
For ages i've been meaning to ask why most here post "bewk" instead of book.......interested to know why?

Most??

How strange to do a statistical analysis of such a thing!

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

No, it's just the phonetics!

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Kate was a useless mother to leave her kids alone

Post  Lioned on Mon 7 May - 22:32

I doubt we'll see kate doing book signings in Waterstones,wonder if her calpol tunnel syndrome is still troubling her ?


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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  snowflake on Mon 7 May - 22:35

AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:
The End Is Nigh wrote:

Most??

How strange to do a statistical analysis of such a thing!

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

No, it's just the phonetics!

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 7 May - 22:38

snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

No, it's just the phonetics!

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

Stereotypes are what jokes are made of. It's a bit like people taking off Scottish accents, though Kate McCann does talk with a Scouse accent and does say 'bewk.'!!

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  kathybelle on Mon 7 May - 22:47

snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
snowflake wrote:

sorry, some ...not most.
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

No, it's just the phonetics!

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

My mother was from Liverpool and I have hundreds of relatives who still live there, some say bewk, some say book, but I doubt if any of them will spell book any different to what it should be spelt. I'll tell you something else as well, Scouses are known for their sense of humour, your FIL will tell you the same, if he is a true Scouse.

At the end of the day, why are you so bothered that anyone is taking the Mick out of Kate McCann's accent? Have you forgotten that she and her husband are the reason why Madeleine is no longer around?

You seem to be quite happy, making that unkind remark about Tony Bennett, who is a true Madeleine supporter. Yet you seem upset that some posters are taking the Mick out of Kate McCann's accent.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  snowflake on Mon 7 May - 22:48

AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
Badboy wrote:
I USE THE WORD BOOK

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

No, it's just the phonetics!

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

Stereotypes are what jokes are made of. It's a bit like people taking off Scottish accents, though Kate McCann does talk with a Scouse accent and does say 'bewk.'!!

I now know why "bewk" is posted.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 7 May - 22:50

snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:

So do I.
Never seen bewk before.... but it seems to be the spelling for people who live in liverpool?

No, it's just the phonetics!

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

Stereotypes are what jokes are made of. It's a bit like people taking off Scottish accents, though Kate McCann does talk with a Scouse accent and does say 'bewk.'!!

I now know why "bewk" is posted.

Well, now we've reached that point, back to the epilogue!

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  snowflake on Mon 7 May - 23:01

AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:

No, it's just the phonetics!

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

Stereotypes are what jokes are made of. It's a bit like people taking off Scottish accents, though Kate McCann does talk with a Scouse accent and does say 'bewk.'!!

I now know why "bewk" is posted.

Well, now we've reached that point, back to the epilogue!

If Gerry says "bewk" how is it pronounced.
Just asking for clarity.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 7 May - 23:07

snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

Stereotypes are what jokes are made of. It's a bit like people taking off Scottish accents, though Kate McCann does talk with a Scouse accent and does say 'bewk.'!!

I now know why "bewk" is posted.

Well, now we've reached that point, back to the epilogue!

If Gerry says "bewk" how is it pronounced.
Just asking for clarity.

Gerry? Who said Gerry speaks like that?

Now off with you! Your attempts to derail two threads are just meeting with utter boredom and making you look like a troll.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  kathybelle on Mon 7 May - 23:12

snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
snowflake wrote:

My FIL was from Liverpool and never ever heard him say" bewk ".
Pity such stereotypical posts are made.

Stereotypes are what jokes are made of. It's a bit like people taking off Scottish accents, though Kate McCann does talk with a Scouse accent and does say 'bewk.'!!

I now know why "bewk" is posted.

Well, now we've reached that point, back to the epilogue!

If Gerry says "bewk" how is it pronounced.
Just asking for clarity.

Snowflake we've gone off topic, to explain to you the origin of bewk, but you don't seem to be satisfied with our explanation. If you want to keep talking about the bewk, start a new thread called the bewk, then you can say bewk bewk bewk bewk bewk, for ever and a day.

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  Not Born Yesterday on Mon 7 May - 23:40

What a load of bew-locks this topic has become!

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Re: Kate's "Epilogue"

Post  Panda on Tue 8 May - 12:29

think I mentioned at the beginning of this thread it is about Kate's new Book . I first saw it on ebay the Hardback was on sale and the Paperback on
10th May. The Ad said it was written by Kate and Gerry McCann and I queried this with the Advertiser, a Book shop.received this reply.

It's the paperback version of the hardback. Although only Kate McCann's name is on the front of the book, according to Nielsen book data both parents are credited as authors. For the paperback Nielsen only have Kate McCann credited as the author.

I hope this helps.

Ive' searched Nielson but can't find it , can anyone help?

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