In the English language, the word like has a very flexible range of uses, ranging from conventional to non-standard. It can be used as a noun, verb, adverb, adjective, preposition, particle, conjunction, hedge, filler, and quotative.

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  1. Mikej

    Who likes Montana Gold bullets?

    Any want to commit to buying some Montana Gold 125gr .357/.38 JHP if I were to buy a case? I would pay for them and sell for what I paid. I wouldn't ship but would meet up around the Portland area. 500-1000 quantity. I'd probably like to keep 750 for myself. .38/125gr JHP - 3,750ct CASE
  2. Rdavis89

    Doing business with new members

    I'm not really new, I've been a lurker for years and have made a few purchases, but I wanted to take a minute to address an issue I've come across and hopefully some of the veterans of this website can lend their thoughts about. Earlier this afternoon I message someone on these forums...
  3. Joe13

    Who likes nut shots???

    No, not to yourself sicko - move right along:eek: I'm talking a good'ol video of someone taking it to the nads:D. This one had me belly laughing and sparked the idea to start a thread so I can find some more gold:rolleyes:.
  4. thorborg

    Me likes some butter fried frog legs

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