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Fuss Fuss

A seller posted this phrase on her preloved items..

"Not for the FUSSY"

Fussy what? Fussy cat? Fussy dog?

22 comments:

  1. lol don't be so mean lah :)

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  2. fussy buyers la.. duh!

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  3. hahaha! Fussy(cerewet)

    fussy means some one excessively busy with trifle, anxious or particular about petty details.

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  4. Lol. The seller must be referring to buyers unless your cats and dogs know how to shop online? No need to make a fuss out of it. :) Her sentence may be wrong but u get the meaning right?

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  5. obviously its for buyers. humans of course. why? got cats and dogs shop online? stupid.

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  6. what they mean is fussy(cerewet) not fuzzy.get a dictionary moron.

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  7. LOL. Are you confusing fussy for fuzzy?

    Fuzzy cat. HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA.

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  8. Hahahh..!!! LMAOooOoo....!!!!!! Buhoooo!!!

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  9. fussy= cerewet

    so..mebe seller shud say fussy buyer instead left it hanging?

    not for fussy.
    =bukan untuk cerewet

    not for fussy buyer
    =bukan untuk pembeli cerewet.

    like dat ar?

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  10. Pussycat Dolls
    Dont 'cha wish your buyer was hot like me

    haha!

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  11. din know dogs & cats is computer illiterate. common sense la please.

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  12. HAHAHAHA...author of this post is so funny. Wanna complain, but kena balik

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  13. lol. epic fail la the author. and there's nothing wrong with her sentence at all. since she actually put there not for THE fussy, the sentence is grammatically correct.

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  14. Yeap the sentence IS correct. Tsk tsk go back to grammar school author

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  15. Yup i agree with anon above! nothing is wrong with the sentence. LOL! Author got back fired!

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  16. LOL! It's perfectly grammatical. The seller just made an adjective into a noun! LOL! Agree with the above. Back to grammar school you go.

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  17. theres an obvious difference between fussy and fuzzy and its not just the spelling.


    hahah funny lah this person.

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  18. i dont think a cat or a dog shops online.
    so i guess, errr

    captain obvious please help me out.

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  19. well yeah, i kinda wanna slap the author. dogs don't shop online apparently. unless some with AI (artificial intelligence) which paws can click and push keyboards. ;P

    and btw, what do people actually means by 'not for fussy buyers'? do this means that the item is so bad that the ones that don't wanna complain only can buy them or what aa?

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  20. Well, maybe the item has a small, not very noticeable stain or threads are coming out.

    Fussy buyers wouldn't want that. Other people won't mind, I suppose, as long as the defect is minor.

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  21. if i'm not mistaken, fussy is also a noun, and can generally be accepted as fussy human being. what does a cat or dog have to do with this?? O.o

    sarcasm fail! -_-

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