Selling a Super Soaker CPS 2000 - this is for the UK people only

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Post by arshad » Sun Sep 05, 2004 4:39 am

Hi

i have a CPS 2000. i live in the UK and i am selling it. however i am going america soon aswell. so , i was wondering if any one in the UK wants to buy it becuase i know i will sell it in america easy. if i get over £100 for the super soaker i will sell it

its a CPS 2000.
good condition with stickers.
perfect working condition.
a few scractes no cracks.

so if you want to buy it reply to this topic and tell me a price and remember these guns are very rare to buy from the UK i will be putting it on ebay very soon if i get some good prices for it.

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Post by Forceuser » Sun Sep 05, 2004 7:45 am

I'm not interested (it's too much for me) but is it a mark 1 or a mark 2?

Plus, on SSc you said that if you get over £70 you will sell it and now you say if you get over £100.

EDIT: Although I notice you have changed it on SSc now.




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Post by Shadowstrike Prime » Sun Sep 05, 2004 10:13 am

Moving to Soaker Exchange... put things in the right forum, people. Man.
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Post by bunny2002sg » Sun Sep 05, 2004 10:52 am

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CanyousendittoSG?iwouldreallyappreciateit!!!!!!!

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Iain'tgonnamissmy2ndchanceattheCPS2000... :D

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Post by arshad » Sun Sep 05, 2004 11:53 am

ok were SG though

by the way its a Super soaker CPS 2000 mk2 1997 version not the 1996
well tell me a price and i may sell it i have a couple of willing to pay more than £100

Forceuser i can still sell to you aswell because the people at the moment that want to buy it lives in germany and USA and postage and packenging for that will be too much

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Post by Forceuser » Sun Sep 05, 2004 1:52 pm

I mean that £100 or more is too much for me. Do you mean 'where is SG', not 'were is SG', because if so Bunny is in Singapore.
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Post by Soakologist » Sun Sep 05, 2004 3:48 pm

This is really strange. You said in the subtitle that this is "For UK People only," but in the post, you say that you are "going America soon as well." Which is it, buddy?
And he didn't even say "were is SG?" he merely said "were SG?"
This guy has got serious English issues. I think he's nine.

Oh, and thanks for moving it, SSP.

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Post by arshad » Tue Sep 07, 2004 12:17 pm

well , darn at the moment its for the UK people if i sell it for a good price if not i am going to sell it in ameica

"however i am going america SOON aswell. so "

cant you read or something

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Post by Soakologist » Tue Sep 07, 2004 4:11 pm

You are the fool. You made it sound like you were only going to sell it to the UK, but then you say that you will soon be opening the offer to Americans. You didn't mention anything about selling it to U.S. residents only if they offered a certain price.
And can I read? Yes, plus I can type correctly. A skill which you clearly struggle with.

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Post by arshad » Wed Sep 08, 2004 10:28 am

well do i look botherd if i cant type properly other people can read it fine

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Post by Forceuser » Wed Sep 08, 2004 12:25 pm

arshad wrote:well do i look botherd if i cant type properly other people can read it fine
You may not be but others are. This isn't any form of messenger or text message, it is a forum. In a forum, you use proper grammer and spelling (or if you don't know use (sp?)). That way it is much easier for others to read. It's not like you have to hurry to post.
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Post by Soakologist » Wed Sep 08, 2004 3:12 pm

Booyah, Arshad. Saris.
Oh, and BTW Forceuser, it's "Grammar," not "Grammer."

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Post by Forceuser » Thu Sep 09, 2004 9:59 am

Soakologist wrote:Booyah, Arshad. Saris.
Oh, and BTW Forceuser, it's "Grammar," not "Grammer."
I'm sure I checked my post for spelling mistakes. Oh well, there's always one that gets past you. :D
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Post by arshad » Thu Sep 09, 2004 10:27 am

ooh shut the fuck up Forceuser you cant even spell your self and trying to teach me english are any of you my english teachers NO so stuff it

and Soakologist GET A LIFE im going to give you a r/o but do i look botherd NO and you can shove it aswell where the sun dint shine aswell

btw the super soaker cps 2000 has been sold

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Post by isoaker » Thu Sep 09, 2004 11:57 am

Thread Closed.

@ Arshad - You're on an open message board. The only way others will know what you're saying is by what you type. Poorly typed sentences can lead to confusion over what you want to say. If you don't take a moment to make your statements clear, why should others take the time to try to understand them? It is in your own interest to make your posts reader-friendly. :cool:

@ the 'Grammar' police - While I appreciate the reasons, the method needs a little work. Cut newer members a little slack before jumping on them for poor punctuation, spelling, and/or grammar. Some just need a little time to get used to how things are done here. It is especially problematic when those trying to correct make mistakes of their own in their posts. Asking others to post higher quality posts is a noble thing to do, but be nice about it. In the end, no one likes to feel stupid. If a member is resisting making coherent posts, that member will be dealt with, but that's on a case-by-case basis.

Thanks!

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