A-Z Guide -The Seasonaire's Essential Manual //

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  Topic Started By:  style    On:  Thu 2nd January, 2014 at 19:47
style
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#1  A-Z Guide -The Seasonaire's Essential Manual  2 Jan '14 at 19:47
Brush up on the Seasonaire's vocabulary in our A-Z Guide snow blog - or snog -, your essential season's manual:
http://www.stylealtitude.com/snog.html
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style
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#3  Re: A-Z Guide -The Seasonaire's Essential Manual  4 Jan '14 at 16:53
In reply to Dinosaur (Post #2)
[QUOTE=Dinosaur]Poor, frankly. And you really need to learn how to spell if you're going to set yourself up as an online publication.

This is interesting coming from someone who spells 'seasonaire' as 'seasonnaire' and who has set themselves up as an online publication..which you hardly ever seem to update (because you are obvs too busy criticising others on forums)...
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#5  Re: A-Z Guide -The Seasonaire's Essential Manual  21 Jan '14 at 16:39
But Seasonaire is not all about the French and should not be ruled by their grammar - a Seasonaire is someone who spends a Season in one place - it could be Italy,New Zealand, Greece, Hawaii. Or Scotland. It is far and away the most popular spelling on most sites...including the Urban Dictionary. But chacun a son gout..
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#7  Re: A-Z Guide -The Seasonaire's Essential Manual  25 Jan '14 at 10:09
In reply to Dinosaur (Post #6)

Originally posted by Dinosaur

'Everyone tastes different'. Probably true, but I'm not really seeing the relevance.


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