04-26-2007, 05:27 AM
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Originally Posted by herefishy
I thought that term went out of style with Charles Dickens or maybe with William Shakespeare. lol
It looks like it depends where you live, in Britain it's a very common word, and is used much more often that simply saying "2 weeks".
Originally Posted by GalaxyGirl
I pretty much know what it is, but I can remember if its two days or a week...I get so confused! Darn Shakespeare.
Neither I'm afraid, it's 2 weeks.
Originally Posted by sxcsamman
omg i though everyone knew this its such a common word im absolutely flabbergasted