.sorry about my spelling mistakes that youre about to read ?"I've always wanted to know: what's the meaning of the british phrase "Bob's you're uncle .Thanx
great question!

a) you have just two minor spelling /grammar errors: not capitalizing "British" and "you're" instead of "your". b) the phrase is used to say "there you go!" or "voila!' or "and that's it!" or any other expression that means the job's done, the path is clear, etc.​
ho... alright, thanks MATE

or however you spell that word....
?by the way, what's the meaning of the last word you wrote: ETC .thanks again

flutter girl

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I'll forgive you

I guess. I use the English version of this forum, so it's kind of difficult to get confused... Also, a lot easier to read.