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omar

15th November 2009, 20:22
Cheers Trevor, I thought it might be NO FEAR, I just wasn't sure that meant "Definitely Not"
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omar

15th November 2009, 20:26
Cheers Joker
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trevor

15th November 2009, 20:40
The phrase "no fear" means,Definitely,will do,don't you worry about that mate(Australian slang?? maybe).
"Definitely Not" I can't really explain this properly but I think i have it right(in my mind, at least).
Heelp.

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omar

15th November 2009, 21:16
Yeah. You see I thought "No Fear" was slang for "Definitely" which is why I was questioning using "No Fear" for "Definitely Not" in the first place....Hey Ho
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trevor

15th November 2009, 21:34
No fear - can mean both.
Definitely and Definitely Not (of course I won't)
and I think it could be tied to that American sarcastic "not"
eg. Omar, I love you ...snigger..tee-he.....NOT.
am I making any sense?
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eileen

16th November 2009, 11:42
got the answer thanks - grater, now finished crossword - can fill in any gaps for you
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omar

16th November 2009, 23:34
Thanks Trevor
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bullfrog

17th November 2009, 00:17
Just a little creepy there, trevor....
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ajh

17th November 2009, 00:21
Agreed Bullfrog Trev,s medication must be wearing off -dear
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mamya

17th November 2009, 00:23
Matrons here with the trolley , calm down Trevor all will be well
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