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    Hi!!! my English is not big!!!, but I am a new here, do not know who the greatest big boner (I do not know correct English words!!!) this year? I learn F1 just this time and I am like it! Sometime I want to know this answer to question about the statistics record for a big one this time. thanks Formula 1!!!!!

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    Hi HongKong,

    The most unrivalled ‘big boner’ would be Mr Michael Schumacher but he isn’t the racer he once was.

    Welcome to the forum :)

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    Welcome F1 as well! I write “Mr Michael Schumachers” in (google) to show me this driver. A big driver it is!!! Win the :Grand Prix: a lot? Good ,thanks! I am like F1 already!!!! is it very noisily to see it? where do you get the f1? I think it would be big to go in town with f1 to be speedy in the all the cars!!! is they high priceful?

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    Ned Flanders

    Sorry, but I have to ask: are you trolling?

    If not, try Wikipedia, you’ll find some huge boners on there!

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    I smell a Troll.

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    Is “boner” not the word that Americans use to describe a big mistake etc?

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    I smell a troll also. While thire English is broken, the spelling is perfect…..

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    Yes, and they put how they don’t know English words right after “boner.”

    Something doesn’t seem quite right here…

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    If this person were using something like babblefish or google translator that could explain the terrible grammar with perfect spelling. Could be a troll as well though.

    If you are for real, here’s a link to the Chinese Wikipedia page for F1, if it’s not blocked: http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh/%E4%B8%80%E7%BA%A7%E6%96%B9%E7%A8%8B%E5%BC%8F%E8%B5%9B%E8%BD%A6

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    If you guys wondering how it would translate to English, try this link: http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_url?doit=done&tt=url&intl=1&fr=bf-home&trurl=http%3A%2F%2Fzh.wikipedia.org%2Fzh%2F%25E4%25B8%2580%25E7%25BA%25A7%25E6%2596%25B9%25E7%25A8%258B%25E5%25BC%258F%25E8%25B5%259B%25E8%25BD%25A6&lp=zh_en&btnTrUrl=Translate

    Google translate does produce a better translation, but because of that I use Babelfish :)

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    Wow, you guys really expect the worst from everyone! He could very well be a real dude with my experience on orientals trying to speak english in the internet. I remember very well a japanese girl on a videogame forum who always said something like “Japan is games. PS3 is games.”

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    in the unlikely event that the original question was what you meant to say, Heikki, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yDWRQA0fY8

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    Ned Flanders

    Alexi- you’re right, he may well be, in which case apologies. But I’m naturally sceptical of everything I see on the internet. And besides, if his English really is as dodgy as it seems, he probably won’t get what we’re saying anyway!

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    Alex Bkk

    I’m laughing too hard to worry about trolls!

    Good one!


    Yes, Ned, I include/understand why you can suppose that this man can test d’ to have a laughter with us. C’ very d’ is a thing; an amusing manner to write something in English and to again translate it into French before the translation which in l’ English still, the result of which I very show for you in that the comment.

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