Originally Posted by JonnyCash
The problem may be present, but less noticeable in the lower gears. I wonder if you were in third gear going up a really steep hill with the throttle pinned if you'd get the symptom. I bet you would.
Irregardless is not a word. The prefix and suffix are redundant, or even negating one another
Irrespective of our best intentions, the English language continues to evolve -
As long as confusion is avoided, I guess it doesn't matter. Airhead enthusiasts seem to take extra care in conveying their thoughts but sometimes a few errors creep in. Maybe someone should start a thread. My pet peeves -
- pore vs. pour
- damp vs. dampen
- inflammable vs. flammable
- sleight vs. slight
But then again, what do I know? I missed out on inventing 'twerking'.