You won't see me coming....
Unfortunately, spellcheck is not much of a friend to the many people who think that where is the past tense of the verb to be or that there is a possessive adjective.Interesting word though.— And what happened after the assailant took your mobile?— Well, he stranged me, innit?— How do you mean, "stranged"?— Well, he turned his back on me and ignored me, innit? It's not right, innit?WV backled. Past tense of the verb "to backle", as in "The bastard stranged me so I backled him good and hard."
Have to admit that "stranged" is a new one on me ..Eee, by 'eck .. tha' certainly lives an' learns 'ere .. ;)
Perhaps "stranged" is yoof-speak for being punched in the face. As in "You look at my ho one more time an' I'm gonna strange ya. Innit."
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