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I am sure that you have read somewhere that "man" has no literal meaning at all.

 

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Paul
:D:biggrin_01::welcome::D:lol::lol::o:D

 

man, pronounced like the "a" in father, not like the "a" in hand. :D

 

Like, "Unsa man, oi?"

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hey thanks for replying,i really aprreciate it..thanks:)ur a great help:)

God bless you :lol:

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