@tinamarie1974 When I saw the deal tonight was for a vacuum, I anticipated another one of those stupid jokes that have been appearing in the write-ups lately, and was set to say “that joke sucks more than this vacuum”. Call me “disappointed”.
@Claymate this is a new unit, not refurbish. This is actually a pretty good deal. The cheapest I found it otherwise in the same condition was on Walmart’s website for 136.98 and it was sold out. I own this machine and It’s a workhorse
OMG Meh, you finally found a product that we can actually buy for a lower price elsewhere, without lowering our (nonexistent) standards otherwise. Good for you!! (Is this the final death spiral for this place? Seems like it, or at least we’re close to it.) I guess “Meh” is about to be “deh[d]”.
I’d be sold on this IF it had the newest hair free brush roller. I have a shark now but constantly have to clean the roller due to sheltie and collie long hair. Love my shark. Don’t love cutting the dog hair off the roller.
Writers sometimes confuse the use of the articles a and an. We were
all taught that a precedes a word starting with a consonant and that
an precedes a word starting with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes
Here’s the secret to making the rule work: The rule applies to the
sound of the letter beginning the word, not just the letter itself.
The way we say the word will determine whether or not we use a or an.
If the word begins with a vowel sound, you must use an. If it begins
with a consonant sound, you must use a.
“an button”? good grief!
Does the writer pronounce it "“an 'utton”?