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>> No. 5003 Anonymous
6th September 2011
Tuesday 6:40 pm
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>> No. 5004 Anonymous
6th September 2011
Tuesday 7:41 pm
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>> No. 5005 Anonymous
6th September 2011
Tuesday 7:54 pm
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>> No. 5009 Anonymous
6th September 2011
Tuesday 9:25 pm
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>>5003
>>5004
>>5005

I don't see a problem with it. Sounds like you've got the HIV virus from too much buttsex butthurt.
>> No. 5052 Anonymous
11th September 2011
Sunday 6:15 pm
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>> No. 5063 Anonymous
15th September 2011
Thursday 10:59 pm
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>> No. 5065 Anonymous
15th September 2011
Thursday 11:48 pm
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Specific Pesific
>> No. 5067 Anonymous
16th September 2011
Friday 2:10 am
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>> No. 5069 Anonymous
16th September 2011
Friday 2:24 am
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>>5065

Ultimately, I broke up with a girlfriend because she said this.
>> No. 5071 Anonymous
16th September 2011
Friday 2:50 pm
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>>5069
You did right.
>> No. 5075 Anonymous
16th September 2011
Friday 5:37 pm
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>>5071

Poverty Provety
>> No. 5079 Anonymous
16th September 2011
Friday 6:26 pm
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>> No. 5083 Anonymous
16th September 2011
Friday 6:42 pm
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I was once offered a job with the repeated incentive being that I could be 'innotavive'.
>> No. 5092 Anonymous
17th September 2011
Saturday 6:52 pm
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>>5079
I do this on purpose a lot of the time, my friend and I have a thing where if we don't know something we'll say "Well, we better ax somebody".

Sage because I'm a cunt.
>> No. 5093 Anonymous
18th September 2011
Sunday 7:08 pm
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>>5003
I've noticed a few people saying "I'm confused.com" instead of just confused. I want to tear their heads off and shit down their necks.
>> No. 5097 Anonymous
18th September 2011
Sunday 9:53 pm
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Digital Digikal
>> No. 5098 Anonymous
18th September 2011
Sunday 9:57 pm
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>>5093
I honestly can't see why that would bother you, I'm completely baffled.net
>> No. 5099 Anonymous
19th September 2011
Monday 5:28 pm
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>>5093
That pisses me the fuck off, too.

>>5097
Leave your grandmas alone!
>> No. 5100 Anonymous
20th September 2011
Tuesday 9:11 pm
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BOTATO!
>> No. 5128 Anonymous
25th September 2011
Sunday 11:07 am
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>> No. 5133 Anonymous
26th September 2011
Monday 2:13 am
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>>5128

Who the fuck says that?
>> No. 5139 Anonymous
26th September 2011
Monday 4:20 pm
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>>5003

"I was so confused"
"DOT COM, HEHE"
>> No. 5140 Anonymous
26th September 2011
Monday 4:39 pm
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>>5133

Children.
>> No. 5325 Anonymous
3rd November 2011
Thursday 3:00 pm
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When Yanks say "defiantly" when they mean "definitely".
>> No. 5326 Anonymous
3rd November 2011
Thursday 3:50 pm
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>>5325
Never heard that.
>> No. 5328 Anonymous
3rd November 2011
Thursday 5:35 pm
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>>5326
See, eg: http://bit.ly/rRxvXT
>> No. 5329 Anonymous
3rd November 2011
Thursday 7:03 pm
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>>5328

>Louis Walsh defiantly should have his own group on the X-Factor (IRISH)

second result
>> No. 5330 Anonymous
4th November 2011
Friday 6:45 pm
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>>5328
Discusting.
>> No. 5502 Anonymous
29th November 2011
Tuesday 10:07 pm
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It's Leveson. L E V E S O N. Two Es, one N. Not Levenson, Levinson, Levison, or anything of the sort.

LEVESON


>> No. 5503 Anonymous
30th November 2011
Wednesday 8:31 am
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>>5502
Lewison?
>> No. 5504 Anonymous
30th November 2011
Wednesday 3:33 pm
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>> No. 5505 Anonymous
30th November 2011
Wednesday 5:42 pm
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>> No. 5506 Anonymous
30th November 2011
Wednesday 7:38 pm
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For some reason, the more I keep coming back to this thread, the more it bothers me.

I think 'intensive purposes' did it.
>> No. 5507 Anonymous
30th November 2011
Wednesday 7:44 pm
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Explanation mark.
>> No. 5515 Anonymous
1st December 2011
Thursday 4:47 am
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>> No. 5516 Anonymous
1st December 2011
Thursday 12:40 pm
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>> No. 5517 Anonymous
1st December 2011
Thursday 1:53 pm
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>>5515
Been at the bohnern and sturbieren again, lad?
>> No. 5520 Anonymous
1st December 2011
Thursday 10:16 pm
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Pfycotic
Could care less
Take a decision - it's MAKE, MAKE MAKE MAKE. Taking implies posession by receipt or seizure. Even BBC news fuck this up now. ARGH.
>> No. 5521 Anonymous
1st December 2011
Thursday 11:44 pm
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>>5520
> Could care less
Then please do.
>> No. 5522 Anonymous
2nd December 2011
Friday 12:18 am
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Referring to any mental disorder as "schitzo".
>> No. 5523 Anonymous
2nd December 2011
Friday 12:42 am
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>>5522
Oh fuck yes. Especially referring to split personalities as "schizophrenia".
>> No. 5527 Anonymous
2nd December 2011
Friday 1:10 pm
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>>5520
Samefag here, further to the take/make gripe, news readers also piss me off by pronouncing Nikolas Sarkozy's name in a faux French accent: "Nee-klas Sakko-zi". Just say "Nick-uh-lus Sar-kow-zee" like a normal British person, it's like some kind of in-joke Allo Allo homage they insist on rolling out just for him. You don't hear them saying "Barawk Uhbaawwmuh" or doing a fake arabic accent when they're talking about whoever the despotic raghead dictator flavour-of-the-month is
>> No. 5528 Anonymous
2nd December 2011
Friday 9:08 pm
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>> No. 5532 Anonymous
3rd December 2011
Saturday 12:04 am
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>> No. 5533 Anonymous
3rd December 2011
Saturday 12:26 am
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>>5527

They don't do it for america, and they tend not to do it for the middle east, but they do it for everything else.
Even with welsh place names, you get newsreaders trying to pronouce "hlchlachhan" when even half of the welsh themselves just say "lan"
>> No. 5534 Anonymous
3rd December 2011
Saturday 12:34 am
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>>5532
Yes, I can see how it annoying it is when people mis-spell CUNTRABBITNIGGERPISSSTICKFISHSTIFKDUKCJDHS
>> No. 5653 Anonymous
12th December 2011
Monday 11:55 am
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>>5533
TBF it doesn't help when you have some place names that have been Welshified. How are you supposed to pronounce Llangwm, Pembs? Like "Langham".
>> No. 5654 Anonymous
12th December 2011
Monday 12:35 pm
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>> No. 5707 Anonymous
18th December 2011
Sunday 8:49 pm
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>>5004
I have a present for you.
>> No. 5976 Anonymous
21st January 2012
Saturday 4:43 pm
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it's pronounced "wescot"
>> No. 5977 Anonymous
21st January 2012
Saturday 5:34 pm
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>>5976

No it isn't.
>> No. 5978 Anonymous
21st January 2012
Saturday 5:36 pm
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>>5976

Just call it a vest like most people in the civillized world do.
>> No. 5979 Anonymous
21st January 2012
Saturday 6:54 pm
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>>5977
Filthy plebian detected.
>> No. 5980 Anonymous
21st January 2012
Saturday 7:23 pm
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>>5979
Shush. He's right. It's not pronounced 'wescot', it's pronounced 'weskit'.
>> No. 5981 Anonymous
21st January 2012
Saturday 7:43 pm
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>>5980
If you pronounce "-cot(e)" as anything other than a schwa, your just as filthy a plebian as the other one.
>> No. 5986 Anonymous
22nd January 2012
Sunday 4:03 pm
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(BBC)
>> No. 5988 Anonymous
22nd January 2012
Sunday 4:24 pm
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"YOU THINK I KNOW THAT?!"

The meaning of which was the exact opposite. Horrendous... but typed by a dyslexic teenager to be fair.
>> No. 6119 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 11:48 am
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>> No. 6120 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 1:47 pm
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>> No. 6123 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 1:57 pm
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ARRRGHGHGHGHGHHH fuck this so hard. Fuck everyone that says it. WHY WHY WHY WHY. It's getting more and more prevalent. I hadn't even heard anyone say it in real life until the end of last year and now it's an all-too-frequent annoyance. GOD FUCK LIFE IS HELL.
>> No. 6128 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:36 pm
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It's usually when they type it.

See also: aluminum, nukular, "more then", and worst of all, "I could care less". I realise >>5521 beat me to the last one, but fuck it, I hate it so much it's going in again. It's one thing to mispronounce a word, or choose to pronounce it differently, but it's a different game when the usage contradicts the actual meaning of the words.
>> No. 6129 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:45 pm
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>> No. 6131 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:48 pm
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>> No. 6134 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:54 pm
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>> No. 6135 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:55 pm
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>> No. 6136 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:57 pm
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>> No. 6137 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 3:58 pm
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I can't believe how quickly the time has gone - it'll be FEBRY soon.
>> No. 6138 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 4:04 pm
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>>6134
Argh, this annoys me more than the rest because it's not only a misuse but it confuses two words with different meanings, one of which people don't know the meaning, let alone can spell.
>> No. 6139 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 4:05 pm
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>>6137
You mean FEBURY, right?
>> No. 6140 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 4:11 pm
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>>6139

Yeah in FEBURY I start work at the NUKLIER LABROTRY.
>> No. 6141 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 4:12 pm
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>>6138

Lax and lackadaisical?
>> No. 6149 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 5:01 pm
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>>6142

Is that supposed to be WRITE or WROTE?
>> No. 6152 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 5:09 pm
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>>6151

Oh my. That's bad.
>> No. 6153 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 5:10 pm
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>> No. 6154 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 5:12 pm
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It's a mute point.
>> No. 6158 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 5:23 pm
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>>6142
I think a lot of kids do it, I remember hearing it a lot at school and that was in rural Wales. "I've writ it down".
>> No. 6168 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 6:30 pm
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>>6151
So what do they use when they want to talk about receiving a actual writ? Or do they just assume it's one and the same thing?
>> No. 6169 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 6:32 pm
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I wouldn't know. I don't think such people ever end up encountering them.
>> No. 6170 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 6:49 pm
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>>6159
This is the part of Wales full of English immigrants (like my parents), so don't get too smug. Nary a Welsh accent to be heard.
>> No. 6179 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 8:58 pm
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>> No. 6180 Anonymous
29th January 2012
Sunday 10:25 pm
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>>6179 Eh? How does anyone from any walk of life end up saying this?
>> No. 6182 Anonymous
30th January 2012
Monday 12:53 pm
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>> No. 6217 Anonymous
31st January 2012
Tuesday 5:09 pm
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I (briefly) had a boss who said 'innotavive'. To me it meant nothing but 'Adieu...

you thick cunt'
>> No. 6218 Anonymous
31st January 2012
Tuesday 8:27 pm
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>>6180
My friend is an idiot.
>> No. 6228 Anonymous
31st January 2012
Tuesday 11:48 pm
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>> No. 6231 Anonymous
31st January 2012
Tuesday 11:56 pm
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>>6142

I say that on occasion, as well as 'wrote' and 'written'. It's correct in my dialect.
>> No. 6233 Anonymous
1st February 2012
Wednesday 4:49 am
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I BROUGHT IT FROM THE SHOP
>> No. 6234 Anonymous
1st February 2012
Wednesday 8:47 am
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>>6233
Did you pay for it or just steal it?
>> No. 6235 Anonymous
1st February 2012
Wednesday 12:52 pm
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>>6233
I BOUGHT IT WITH ME
>> No. 6244 Anonymous
1st February 2012
Wednesday 3:27 pm
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>>6231>>6235
These cunts. Grrr.
>> No. 6702 Anonymous
1st March 2012
Thursday 11:59 am
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>> No. 6706 Anonymous
1st March 2012
Thursday 1:37 pm
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>> No. 6712 Anonymous
2nd March 2012
Friday 12:07 am
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>>6706

Or, alternatively

VILLASH BOASH

British commentators have a habit of sounding like a retard doing a Sean Connery impression when then prnounce Portuguese names.
>> No. 6713 Anonymous
2nd March 2012
Friday 12:51 am
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>>6712
>VILLASH BOASH
That's not far off how it's supposed to be pronounced. Portuguese is not Spanish. According to the Portuguese gentleman on the desk across from me, it's VIL-LASH BOO-ASH, and the Special One was JOO-ZAY MOO-REEN-YOU.
>> No. 6976 Anonymous
5th April 2012
Thursday 11:44 pm
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>> No. 6977 Anonymous
6th April 2012
Friday 1:13 am
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>> No. 7003 Anonymous
8th April 2012
Sunday 7:18 pm
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Is "It's broke" grammatically correct? or is it "It's broken."
>> No. 7004 Anonymous
8th April 2012
Sunday 7:20 pm
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>>7003
Thanks to my dialect, I would say "It's brok" (brock). I also would say I weigh fifteen ston.

Broken is the correct way of saying it, though. Unless the "it" you're talking about has no money.
>> No. 7005 Anonymous
9th April 2012
Monday 11:28 am
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>>7003
No it's not correct. Broke is a simple verb and thus doesn't need an auxiliary verb i.e. 'it broke'. Broken is an adjective/past participle and does.
>> No. 7011 Anonymous
10th April 2012
Tuesday 11:00 am
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>> No. 7013 Anonymous
10th April 2012
Tuesday 11:03 am
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>>7011
1) This is missing the point of the thread - 'nanna' is just a colloquialism, not a mispronunciation or malapropism.
2) I don't know why you'd have a problem with 'nanna' but not 'grandma' - the real root word is 'grandmother'.
>> No. 7031 Anonymous
11th April 2012
Wednesday 12:24 pm
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BATMAN!

sorry
>> No. 7041 Anonymous
12th April 2012
Thursday 9:44 am
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>> No. 7044 Anonymous
13th April 2012
Friday 8:39 am
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>>5505
>CHESTER DRAWS
Surely people are simply saying CHEST O' DRAWERS. Many to most such people can probably spell the word, too.
>> No. 7045 Anonymous
13th April 2012
Friday 1:26 pm
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>> No. 7046 Anonymous
13th April 2012
Friday 7:07 pm
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>> No. 7047 Anonymous
13th April 2012
Friday 8:45 pm
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>>7046

For future reference:

http://britfa.gs/help/features.html
>> No. 7050 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 3:13 pm
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SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK SAVINYON BLUNK

How could you consume so much of something so regularly but never bother to actually find out how to say it for FUCK SAKE. "I don't know poncy french words" yes but you drink gallons of poncy French wine don't you, YOU FUCKING PONCE CUNT PONCE FUCK PONCE
>> No. 7051 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 3:22 pm
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>>7050
It's French, therefore it should be said with as much disdain as possible.
>> No. 7052 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 3:52 pm
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>>7051
I thoroughly support this.
OR in the style of Del Boy
>> No. 7055 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 6:58 pm
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>>7050

Similarly, PEE-NOT GRIDGIO. Dead classy, like.
>> No. 7056 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 7:12 pm
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>>7055

Not forgetting the worst offender of all, SHI-RAZZ.

I half let people off this one, though, since apparently everybody says it like that now and I can't get mad every time.
>> No. 7057 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 7:16 pm
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>>7050
How about a nice glass of CABINET SAW-VIG-NON?
or BOGEALAY NOOVO?
>> No. 7058 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 8:35 pm
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>>7056
Do you mean SHI as in SHIT or SHI as in SHIRE?
>> No. 7059 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 9:37 pm
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Yeah, sorry. Not everyone grew up in an environment where the correct pronunciation of foreign words was the norm.
>> No. 7060 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 10:05 pm
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>>7059

I would hope that most of us grew up in an environment where we sought out the correct pronunciation of things we planned on saying regularly, though.

It's a forlorn hope, I know, but I hold on to it nevertheless.
>> No. 7061 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 10:05 pm
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>>7058

As in 'shit'.
>> No. 7063 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 10:38 pm
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>>7061
Then you're an idiot and they're pronouncing it (almost) correctly.
>> No. 7065 Anonymous
15th April 2012
Sunday 11:50 pm
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>>7063

This is why I don't get mad. Those of you who are wrong are so entrenched and numerous in your incorrectness as to basically be correct.
>> No. 7066 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 12:02 am
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>>7065
I'm confused. Which pronunciation do you think is incorrect, and what do you think it should be?
>> No. 7068 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 1:26 am
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http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061109210315AANnNXZ

Take from the above what you want.
>> No. 7072 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 8:06 pm
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WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM WAITING ON HIM

WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT? WHERE YOU AT?
>> No. 7073 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 8:13 pm
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>>7072
Again missing the point of the thread. Those are just colloquialisms.
>> No. 7074 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 8:18 pm
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>>7073
They are not colloquialisms nor ellipses, they are grammatically incorrect.
>> No. 7077 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 9:55 pm
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>>7072
>>7074

No, lad, this thread isn't about grammar. Have a scan through it.
>> No. 7078 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 9:58 pm
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>>7077
Well threads evolve.
>> No. 7079 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 10:03 pm
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>>7078

Ah, so you getting the wrong end of the stick was in fact the natural progression of our discussion was it? Or are you just being MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS MISSCHEEVIUS
>> No. 7080 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 10:39 pm
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WHO I LIVE WITH WHO I LIVE WITH WHO I LIVE WITH WHO I LIVE WITH WHO I LIVE WITH WHO I LIVE WITH
Is that my coat?
>> No. 7081 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 10:42 pm
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>>7080
What would this be then? "With whom I live"? Nobody talks like that.
>> No. 7082 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 10:46 pm
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>>7081
If I ever use whom somebody calls me out on it and accuses me of being posh, so I've stopped using it. That and semicolons and facebook.
>> No. 7083 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 11:05 pm
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>>7081
http://www.youtube.com/v/tTv5ckMe_2M
(Ask your parents.)
>> No. 7084 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 11:12 pm
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>>7083
Oh I see. Well at least I got it right.
>> No. 7094 Anonymous
17th April 2012
Tuesday 2:42 pm
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>>7083
Let's not pretend that ignorance of NTNOCN is excused by virtue of it arriving on television before a potential viewer was of proper age. It's not. It's a disgrace and any such obliviousness should be shamed and corrected.
>> No. 7095 Anonymous
18th April 2012
Wednesday 2:08 am
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>>7094
Indeed. Now if I had a bomb and a plane to drop it from ...
>> No. 7151 Anonymous
19th April 2012
Thursday 9:22 pm
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The Home SEKER-TREE
>> No. 7200 Anonymous
20th April 2012
Friday 3:30 pm
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Why do newsreaders always pronounce year 'yeeeeeeeeer'.

Why do they do that.
>> No. 7270 Anonymous
22nd April 2012
Sunday 2:47 pm
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>>7200
why, how do you pronounce it? "yeurh"? "yi-ah"?
>> No. 7303 Anonymous
23rd April 2012
Monday 4:00 pm
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>>7200
My history teacher used to do that. I get the impression it's a northern, Yorkshirely thing to do.

>>7270
Yes, 'ye-ur' is standard pronunciation, see: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/29/En-uk-a_year.ogg

Unlike 'yer' or 'yur' or whatever, which is just the one vowel sound for some bizarre reason. I wish I knew precisely which dialect it comes from.
>> No. 7307 Anonymous
23rd April 2012
Monday 6:26 pm
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>>7303

I say it like Yur and others in in boroughs 3, 4 and 5 of Greater Manchester also say it like that.
>> No. 7308 Anonymous
23rd April 2012
Monday 10:01 pm
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>> No. 7627 Anonymous
13th May 2012
Sunday 8:48 pm
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FUCK YOU SO SO SO HARD. LEARN TO TALK PROPERLY, ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE GOING TO APPEAR ON TELEVISION.
HOW DOES THAT EVEN MAKE SENSE? ALL SQUID ARE DAMP. FOR A FUCKING SQUID, BEING DAMP IS A GOOD THING. IT'S SQUIB SQUIB SQUIB FUCKING SQUIB. ARGH YOU KNOW-NOTHING SHITCUNT WHORE MY PISS IS SO BOILED IT HAS LITERALLY EVAPORATED AND IS FILLING EVERY CELL OF MY BODY WITH HATRED.
>> No. 7628 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 12:21 am
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It's a fucking tooth
>> No. 7631 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 1:24 am
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It's not something everyone says, just my friend, but it makes me fucking rage. He calls "Star Trek" "Star Track". I've never even watched it whereas he loves it but doesn't seem to be able to learn what it's called despite me correcting him every time and then blames it on "Oh, it's my dyslexia". Fuck off. Prick.
>> No. 7633 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 1:38 am
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>>7627
>DAMP SQUID
Oh, Nadine. (Yes, of course we noticed.)
>> No. 7634 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 9:29 am
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I would defiantly recommend this phone to alot of people aswell.

Whinge for off topic.
>> No. 7637 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 12:54 pm
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I recently heard someone say "tide-away" instead of tidal wave. Consider my urine supra-tepid
>> No. 7643 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 6:01 pm
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>>7634

I was about to start hammering my keyboard with ASWELL, then I actually read the rest of your comment. Well done.
>> No. 7646 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 6:38 pm
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>>7627
>LITERALLY
Nope. Figuratively (or metaphorically).
>> No. 7647 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 6:43 pm
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>>7646
Maybe his piss is actually boiling. It would explain why he was so irritable.
>> No. 7648 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 6:44 pm
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>>7647

I really needed a wee today on the bus it took nearly an hour to get home and I had to run from the bus stop to home so I could wee.
>> No. 7658 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 2:43 am
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>>7646
Metaphor
noun
a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance

In this case the term or phrase is the word 'literal' being applied to the boiling of my piss. Of course this is not a literally applicable term in this context because it is medically unknown and more than likely biologically impossible for my piss to boil just from agitation. It is applied to suggest that my apparent state of agitation is comparable with the experience or appearance of a person who's urine is literally boiling.

Besides, saying 'figuratively' or 'metaphorically', feels like breaking the 4th wall somewhat. I'd rather people imagined me so irate, my urine genuinely was literally evaporating. I don't want to give the reader fucking meta-data - I want them to rage with me.
>> No. 7661 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 3:01 am
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>>7658
WOTEVER M8 YOUR OBVIOUSLY WELL FICK LOL
>> No. 7663 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 3:45 am
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>>7661
>> No. 7665 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 12:14 pm
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>>7658
>something to which it is not literally applicable

Then why would you specifically state otherwise? The word 'literally' only has place to correct what could otherwise be interpreted in a metaphorical context. True, saying your piss is metaphorically boiling does somewhat take the edge off your statement, but do you find our language so bland and expressionless, that you have to decorate it with meaningless words?
>> No. 7666 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 12:48 pm
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>>7665
Exactly. He didn't need to use either 'literally' or 'metaphorically'. He achieved his aim by talking about his piss boiling in the first place. It's obviously not literally true, so it is automatically inferred that he is using the language to express his rage.
>> No. 7668 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 2:46 pm
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>>7665

He used it because 'literally' has seemingly taken on the role of emphasis in a metaphor in modern language rather than what it actually means.

People who use it like this are fucking stupid.
>> No. 7669 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 3:22 pm
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>>7668
Any moment now he'll retaliate - dohoho, you've been trolled to tears!
>> No. 7670 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 9:15 pm
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Forgive me chaps, but isn't using the word "literally" in a non-literal context simply use of another facet of the English language, namely hyperbole?
>> No. 7671 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 9:18 pm
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>>7670
It is a form of hyperbole, yes. That doesn't mean I can't find it utterly reprehensible.
>> No. 7673 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 9:22 pm
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>>7671
Understandable, understandable
Yes, it's perfectly understandable
Comprehensible, comprehensible
Not a bit reprehensible
It's so defensible!
>> No. 7676 Anonymous
15th May 2012
Tuesday 11:27 pm
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>>7669
I'm not 'trolling' anyone. You're confusing me with grammatically-pedantic-sniveling-wretch-lad.

>>7668
I did indeed use it for emphasis. It encourages the reader to envisage the metaphor, rather than simply understand its meaning. I believe this is a legitimate usage when imagery is the impetus of the writing.

I agree some people use it frequently, purely for exaggeration and couldn't explain or justify their use of it. I don't count myself among these people, but I imagine you probably do. Thankfully your opinion of me means little.
>> No. 7678 Anonymous
16th May 2012
Wednesday 11:29 am
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>>7676

>Thankfully your opinion of me means little.

http://www.youtube.com/v/W0U84z_SZv4
>> No. 7679 Anonymous
16th May 2012
Wednesday 12:19 pm
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Everyone in this thread is literally a massive fucking crybaby willy-faced bastard.
>> No. 7692 Anonymous
17th May 2012
Thursday 3:01 pm
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>>7678
Fair play lad, I am a bit like that to be honest. However, I freely admit that I despise humanity although I have way too many intimacy issues to father a child, even accidentally. I'd like to think I'd have to sense to avoid coming across as such an obvious freak on national television though. As much as I am a stone cold hate machine, I'd like to think I've crafted enough social veneer to remain undetected by the likes of Jezza.
>> No. 7693 Anonymous
17th May 2012
Thursday 3:02 pm
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>>7692
*the sense to
>> No. 7703 Anonymous
18th May 2012
Friday 12:28 pm
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Someone emailed me today telling me their project was a WORKING PROGRESS.

WHYYYYY?
>> No. 7715 Anonymous
19th May 2012
Saturday 1:44 pm
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Anyone in Manchester, go onto Oldham Road near where Nobles used to be, and take a look in the window at the Cash Generator rip-off. You'll be able to see a sign that proudly proclaims a televisions ability to receive "IMPUT".
>> No. 9500 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 5:46 pm
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VUNERABLE

BBC newsreaders need to get their shit together.
>> No. 9502 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 6:43 pm
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Oh. I didn't even notice but I do say Vimpto.
>> No. 9517 Anonymous
20th January 2013
Sunday 12:24 pm
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DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE DUCK TAPE

What boils my piss on this one is that the Americans picked up on it and actually released a brand of Duct Tape called Duck Tape
>> No. 9518 Anonymous
20th January 2013
Sunday 1:16 pm
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>>9517
The first material called "duck tape" was long strips of plain cotton duck cloth used in making shoes stronger, for decoration on clothing, and for wrapping steel cables or electrical conductors to protect them from corrosion or wear. In the 1910s, certain boots and shoes used canvas duck fabric for the upper or for the insole, and duck tape was sometimes sewn in for reinforcement.
>> No. 9519 Anonymous
20th January 2013
Sunday 1:23 pm
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>>9517
"Duck tape" is correct, you muppet. It's even been shown to be near-useless for ducting.
>> No. 9520 Anonymous
20th January 2013
Sunday 3:50 pm
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CLEMENTIME
>> No. 9521 Anonymous
20th January 2013
Sunday 3:55 pm
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>>9519

Well, you learn somethink knew every day!
>> No. 9533 Anonymous
23rd January 2013
Wednesday 10:39 pm
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Dunno why you hate it, it's the only fissy drink that actually has a nice taste
>> No. 9565 Anonymous
28th January 2013
Monday 1:23 am
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>> No. 9566 Anonymous
28th January 2013
Monday 5:05 am
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I can't pronounce specifically or millennium

I say spepificly and menellium
>> No. 9567 Anonymous
28th January 2013
Monday 10:55 am
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>>9566

I am the same with Catholicism and melancholy.
>> No. 9638 Anonymous
7th February 2013
Thursday 3:45 pm
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>>9567
thacolicism and nemancholy? R U dislecsik or sumfink mait?
>> No. 9640 Anonymous
7th February 2013
Thursday 7:41 pm
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Corollary.
>> No. 9665 Anonymous
12th February 2013
Tuesday 1:48 am
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>>6706

Just call him AVB, it pisses Alan Green off enough on 606
>> No. 9667 Anonymous
12th February 2013
Tuesday 6:43 am
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>>5003

LOOK! THERE'S A BOMFIRE! A BOMFIRE!
>> No. 9695 Anonymous
21st February 2013
Thursday 3:29 pm
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Athsma.
>> No. 9701 Anonymous
22nd February 2013
Friday 12:30 pm
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Chinmey. Mostly from people from the county of "ethics".
>> No. 9767 Anonymous
10th March 2013
Sunday 3:38 pm
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>> No. 9768 Anonymous
11th March 2013
Monday 4:18 pm
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That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point. That is a mute point.
>> No. 9769 Anonymous
11th March 2013
Monday 6:25 pm
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FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS FAIR DOS
>> No. 9770 Anonymous
11th March 2013
Monday 10:09 pm
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>>9767
I have a programming assignment which I was meant to submit a week or two ago that involves making an asterisk triangle and to be honest I'm sick of the starry cunts.
>> No. 9808 Anonymous
15th March 2013
Friday 11:53 am
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A pigment of my imagination.


>> No. 9813 Anonymous
16th March 2013
Saturday 12:04 am
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>>9770
An asterix triangle would be considerably harder.
>> No. 9815 Anonymous
16th March 2013
Saturday 12:22 am
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>>9813
He's not un-triangular to begin with.
>> No. 9821 Anonymous
16th March 2013
Saturday 11:01 pm
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A BOCKLE OF BEER.
>> No. 9827 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 1:44 pm
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>>9821

A thousand times this.
>> No. 9829 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 5:23 pm
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>>9821

Come on now, this isn't the first time in this thread I've thought this, but surely no one actually says that? And if they do, surely it's just one stupid person?
>> No. 9830 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 5:28 pm
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>>9829
hospickle
lickle
bockle

You need to venture up North more, adventurer.
>> No. 9833 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 5:40 pm
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>>9830

Isn't that just trying to be cutesy rather than any kind of genuine ignorance/mistake?
>> No. 9836 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 7:32 pm
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>>9833
No, people genuinely do pronounce that syllable like that in full flow without any pretension to it probably sounding cute. It is highly, deeply annoying. Glottal stops are perfectly fine, as is the "tt" sounding as an alveolar lateral plosive (as it normally is), but to move it that far back into the throat?! Bockle?! It is probably my #1 pronunciation peeve. No sage, Lynn Truss probably has my back on this, despite her being incredibly annoying.
>> No. 9837 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 7:58 pm
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>>9830
People do this? Here? The only place I ever heard people pronounce words like that was in Jamaica.
>> No. 9838 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 8:01 pm
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UNDOUBTABLY
>> No. 9839 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 9:18 pm
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>>9837

It's a Northern thing. I say hospickal.
>> No. 9840 Anonymous
18th March 2013
Monday 9:48 pm
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>>9839
I'm Northern and I don't. My melon has been well and truly twisted.
>> No. 9841 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 8:33 am
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Nietzsche.
>> No. 9842 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 8:40 am
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>>9841
You're supposed to spell it such that we can identify the mispronunciation that bothers you.
>> No. 9843 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 10:58 am
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>>9842
Nietzsche.
>> No. 9844 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 11:18 am
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>>9841
What is the correct pronunciation and spelling?
I ask this as I genuinely don't know.
>> No. 9845 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 11:42 am
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>>9844
Oh, I get it, maybe lie how yankees say "Ein-steen" for Einstein?
>> No. 9846 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 12:02 pm
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>>9844
http://www.youtube.com/v/mLUB885Pun0
Hope this helps.
>> No. 9847 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 1:27 pm
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>>9846
Kinda like how I said septics grind my gears. Conflating the German ie with an ei pronunciation is an absolute pisstake. I still hear people saying "geschreiben" after ten years of studying the damn language!
>> No. 9848 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 1:46 pm
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>>9846
Yes thanks that is incredibly helpful. Now I will be able to impress all my friends.
>> No. 9855 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 4:42 pm
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>>9844
It's NEE-chur. I've never heard anyone pronounce it any other way, so I'm still not sure what >>9841 is complaining about.
>> No. 9857 Anonymous
19th March 2013
Tuesday 6:22 pm
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There's an incredibly easy way to remember how to pronounce German words with ie or ei in them. You say it like the second letter (of the ie/ei).

Rammstein - Rammschtine
lieben - leeben
>> No. 9866 Anonymous
23rd March 2013
Saturday 2:22 pm
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Conbine harvester. Conbination. Conbined forces. Conputer. Conparative.
Comtrols. Fat Comtroller. Comstitution.

Mixing up ns and ms is quite annoying. There are those unfortunate to not grow out of this after their tenth birthday.
>> No. 9867 Anonymous
23rd March 2013
Saturday 2:39 pm
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>>9857
I've a mate who reckons he is a Rammstein fan despite always pronouncing them Rammshteen despite the fact they call themselves Rammshtine in one of their tracks. Somewhat annoying. He also always mispronounces this other mate's name for some reason. I think some people think mispronouncing things deliberately is clever or ironic, when it just makes them look stupid.
>> No. 9868 Anonymous
23rd March 2013
Saturday 3:06 pm
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Artic and Antartica.
>> No. 9870 Anonymous
24th March 2013
Sunday 9:23 pm
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>>9868
Autarky is bad, m'kay.
>> No. 9871 Anonymous
25th March 2013
Monday 6:55 pm
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NOKIA LUMINA
>> No. 9877 Anonymous
27th March 2013
Wednesday 1:07 pm
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My flatmate, a Northerner, is in the habit of pronouncing many words in an American manner, imagine "dew" pronounced like "do" but times fifty. I don't get it, are people that impressionable re: shit septic sitcoms (TBBT is the main culprit) and picking up how to pronounce words, even though every other fucker around them is being British about it.
Sage for rage.
>> No. 9879 Anonymous
27th March 2013
Wednesday 1:24 pm
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>>9877
My bristolian flatmate also pronounces it "do". It is incredibly irritating.
>> No. 9894 Anonymous
27th March 2013
Wednesday 9:51 pm
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>>9877
Yorkshireman here. I don't hear it at home but there was that kid on the radio who sold some shitty news application to Yahoo for like $1e100 and he did that but for all the words - all his Ts became Ds, too. It was really fucking annoying.
>> No. 9902 Anonymous
28th March 2013
Thursday 6:14 pm
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Not just Yanks, I'm afraid.
>> No. 9903 Anonymous
28th March 2013
Thursday 6:28 pm
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>>9877
TBBT?
>> No. 9904 Anonymous
28th March 2013
Thursday 7:31 pm
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>>9902
Nobody says 'defiantly' out loud though, it's a double typo, in which they think the correct spelling is 'definately', then they mix up two letters while typing.
>> No. 9905 Anonymous
28th March 2013
Thursday 8:39 pm
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>>9903
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=TBBT
>> No. 9906 Anonymous
28th March 2013
Thursday 9:09 pm
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>>9905
People not heeding "STFW" is another peeve for another time ;)
>> No. 9929 Anonymous
2nd April 2013
Tuesday 8:54 pm
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Kind of related, but I'm fed up of having this conversation:

'Can I have a cola, please?'
'Is a Pepsi alright?'

If I'd wanted a Coke then I'd have specifically asked for one, Pepsi is a brand of cola and I don't really care which one you serve me. Are there people out there who would have a massive shitfit if they got a Pepsi when they were expecting a Coke?
>> No. 9930 Anonymous
2nd April 2013
Tuesday 8:55 pm
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>>9929
>Are there people out there who would have a massive shitfit if they got a Pepsi when they were expecting a Coke?

Loads of people.
>> No. 9931 Anonymous
2nd April 2013
Tuesday 10:05 pm
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>>9930

Pepsi and coke taste very different. Pepsi contains 10% more sugar and is significantly less acidic, so it's overbearingly sweet in any quantity.
>> No. 9933 Anonymous
4th April 2013
Thursday 8:02 pm
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>>9929

Indeed, but I suppose they have to ask. When I say "coke", "cola" or anything of the kind I just mean generically, "one of them brown sugary fizzy drinks that taste like whatever the fuck it's meant to taste of".

Oddly enough I would understand if it was the other way round; should I ask for a pepsi, it would seem quite considerate of them to point out they only have coke.

Either way I'm seriously addicted to the stuff and I honestly think there should be some form of rehab.
>> No. 9934 Anonymous
4th April 2013
Thursday 8:03 pm
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>>9930
Really? Loads of people must be proper sad bastards.
>> No. 9937 Anonymous
5th April 2013
Friday 8:58 pm
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>>9933
>Either way I'm seriously addicted to the stuff and I honestly think there should be some form of rehab.

One of my previous jobs was based in an open-plan office. There was an obese woman that would drink at least one 2 litre bottle of Diet Coke every day. Fatties love Diet Coke.
>> No. 9939 Anonymous
5th April 2013
Friday 9:43 pm
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Diet coke drinkers are the sort who bother to religiously count calories, yet seem to not understand that energy has to be burnt in any way for doing that to be at all effective for controlling weight. It's like that sort of person who discusses endlessly how they like cream cakes, then goes on to explain how they only eat one as a reward, i.e. not all the time, usually for completing a relatively mundane or simple household chore or work of a generally non-exhausting kind.

Dandelion and Burdock all the way anyway, m7, none of that foreign muck passes my lips.
>> No. 9940 Anonymous
5th April 2013
Friday 10:03 pm
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>>9939
I drink Diet Coke. I don't count calories.

I find it tastes less sticky than sugar Coke.
>> No. 9942 Anonymous
5th April 2013
Friday 10:38 pm
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>>9939

I would assume most people who count calories know how many they burn in a day just by being alive, and try to eat under it. That's sort of the entire point, isn't it? You don't have to go on a run to lose weight.
>> No. 9943 Anonymous
6th April 2013
Saturday 5:27 am
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>>9942

You'd be amazed at how many people just count and limit calories based on whatever their flavour of the week shitty fad diet mag tells them to do without any real understanding of what they're counting, why they're counting or how it factors in to their lifestyle.
>> No. 9948 Anonymous
11th April 2013
Thursday 3:54 pm
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I have a distaste for people that use the word "canny" to mean "can't". They clearly mean the Scottish "cannae" but are confusing it with the Geordie word. Pisses me right off.
>> No. 10267 Anonymous
13th May 2013
Monday 11:31 pm
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Warrantree.
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16th May 2013
Thursday 3:59 pm
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>> No. 10342 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:07 pm
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This doesn't really fit into this thread but I have an irrational hatred of the word 'lunch'.

It just sounds horrible.
>> No. 10351 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:31 pm
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>>10342
You're not one of those weird northerners that reckons they eat 'dinner' in the middle of the day and 'eat' tea in the evening? Sure mate, I'll just start eating breakfast at midnight and drinking my biscuits.
>> No. 10354 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:34 pm
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>>10351

I say breakfast, lunch and tea. Dinner's too ambiguous.
>> No. 10355 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:35 pm
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>>10351
Interesting you should mention that, I'm not a Northerner, I'm a filthy inbred Fenlander (almost), but my dad's dad was from North Shields and that whole side of the his parentage comes from that area, and yes I do call it breakfast, dinner and tea. My dad didn't grow up in the North, he grew up all around the country on account of his aforementioned father being in the RAF, but he too says breakfast dinner and tea, which I assume I've inherited, though my mum says it too but that my be a result of his influence.

Dunno.
>> No. 10356 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:36 pm
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>>10351

Don't southern schools have "dinner ladies"?
>> No. 10357 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:37 pm
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>>10356
Yes but I think that's just becaus 'lunch ladies' sounds weird.
>> No. 10360 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:42 pm
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>>10357

It does. I get a mental image of "lunch ladies" being faintly glamorous and wearing flight attendant uniforms.
>> No. 10361 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:43 pm
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>>10351
>You're not one of those weird northerners that reckons they eat 'dinner' in the middle of the day and 'eat' tea in the evening?
"Dinner" for me is either mid-day or evening food, it works for both. I sometimes say tea for evening food. I'm not a northerner and neither are my folks.
>> No. 10364 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 4:45 pm
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>>10360
Sounds about right. 'Dinner ladies' makes me think of fat women in dirty stripy clothes and aprons with enormous metal culinary objects and big pots of brown stuff.
>> No. 10391 Anonymous
16th May 2013
Thursday 6:18 pm
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>Dinner Ladies

I'd put my enormous culinary object in her big pot of brown stuff, IYKWIM.
>> No. 10432 Anonymous
20th May 2013
Monday 7:39 pm
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>>9929

This is a legal thing. I used to work in a Wetherspoons and apparently they can get done by trading standards if you serve Pepsi to someone asking for a coke without checking that they're ok with it first.

So yeah, it's a stupid question, but it's not their fault.
>> No. 10447 Anonymous
21st May 2013
Tuesday 4:27 pm
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>>10351
Breakfast, dinner then tea and optional supper later on. It's just dialect, I suppose. It doesn't annoy me when someone refers to what I would call tea as dinner, most people I know usually qualify what they mean by adding an appropriate time if they're inviting me for a meal.
People getting riled about it is what annoys me. We could start a war over what we call those round bread things. Breadcakes for me, as a natural go-to word, but I don't give a shit if someone says "bap" or "barmcake" or whatever, unless they get uppity about someone not agreeing with them. Dialect based exceptionalism is a scourge on our green and pre-pubescent land.
>> No. 10448 Anonymous
21st May 2013
Tuesday 5:52 pm
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>>10447
You should have seen the look of digust I got when I asked for a chip butty in Anglesey. Chip bap just sounds so wrong.
>> No. 10449 Anonymous
21st May 2013
Tuesday 7:20 pm
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>>10448
Surely people are aware of the multitude of variations on the word for the round bread thing used for making sandwiches with, people just being cunts for the sake of being cunts because of some shitty sense of local pride and honour in defending their more obscure way of describing something.
It's like how the old factoid was going around for the Eskimos (proper fur-wearing, seal-twatting ones) having loads of words for snow and it turns out English has a fuckload more words to describe snow, I would like to add words that essentially describe the same thing: those round bread things you use to make sandwiches or burgers in that you can get anywhere and are the same across the UK. Those Eskimos are chucking into their whale blubber and/or state benefit bought alcomohol right now.
>> No. 10450 Anonymous
21st May 2013
Tuesday 7:46 pm
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>>10432
that would only apply if a customer asked for 'coke' or 'coca cola'. It does not apply to just the word 'cola'. There are plenty of brands of cola, Pepsi Cola and Coca Cola are the most prominent.

>>9929 Yes there are people that have shitfits about cola products all the time. I work in a pub that serves Pepsi. We have had customers in the past that have tried to return a half consumed glass of pepsi saying things like "oi mate you gave me diet, this isn't real coke". When they discover it's pepsi they demand coca cola instead and when we explain we don't serve coca cola and advise them to walk up the road to the shop and buy a can to consume away from our premises they suddenly seem to shut the fuck up and drink their Pepsi. Funny how things work out.

However, even worse than brand-loyalists are the fucking cola elite that refuse to drink draught post-mix pepsi, but instead insist on having it bottled. This is FINE, it's just that most of them start informing you of their preference half way through pouring draught pepsi into their double vodka. Dicks.
>> No. 10451 Anonymous
21st May 2013
Tuesday 10:36 pm
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>>10450
>the fucking cola elite that refuse to drink draught post-mix pepsi, but instead insist on having it bottled. This is FINE
No it isn't, it's daft. It's not like it's a fine Crémant de Bordeaux, it's a fucking cola. It'd be like getting angry at McDonalds for switching up the tomato ketchup. It doesn't matter.
>> No. 10452 Anonymous
22nd May 2013
Wednesday 12:27 am
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>>10451
>fucking cola elite that refuse to drink draught post-mix pepsi, but instead insist on having it bottled
Well, postmix and bottled product are rather different. Not a lot of people realise this. That said, this doesn't make them any less a dick.
>> No. 10453 Anonymous
22nd May 2013
Wednesday 3:03 am
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>>10448

I know some people from Glasgow who were tickled by the word "barm" because it sounded like "bam".
>> No. 10454 Anonymous
22nd May 2013
Wednesday 4:19 am
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>>10453

Just had to use google to find out why that's apparently funny. I thought it more likely to mean 'bum'.
>> No. 10455 Anonymous
22nd May 2013
Wednesday 4:49 am
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>>10454

I assumed it was Scottish for "bum" (meaning tramp) but apparently not.
>> No. 10457 Anonymous
22nd May 2013
Wednesday 2:38 pm
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>>10454
>>10455
Ach no ye wee bampots.
>> No. 10586 Anonymous
4th June 2013
Tuesday 7:49 pm
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>> No. 10589 Anonymous
4th June 2013
Tuesday 8:52 pm
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>>10586
The last instance being askew is really quite enough for me.
>> No. 10674 Anonymous
11th June 2013
Tuesday 1:32 pm
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>> No. 10684 Anonymous
12th June 2013
Wednesday 1:38 pm
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Learn to talk propply.
>> No. 10685 Anonymous
12th June 2013
Wednesday 1:57 pm
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>>10684
What are you talking about, I speak like a regler person.
>> No. 10696 Anonymous
13th June 2013
Thursday 11:15 am
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Prawn crocktail.
>> No. 10697 Anonymous
13th June 2013
Thursday 11:24 am
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>>10696
You'll make ARE GAZZA cry, stop it!
>> No. 10715 Anonymous
14th June 2013
Friday 4:54 pm
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Choosing the correct cantidate for the post is of the upmost importance.

I have nearly lost my teeth from those two.
>> No. 10883 Anonymous
26th June 2013
Wednesday 11:01 pm
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>> No. 11046 Anonymous
5th July 2013
Friday 8:09 pm
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Tide breaker
>> No. 11507 Anonymous
2nd August 2013
Friday 5:45 pm
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PROBALLY.
>> No. 11508 Anonymous
7th August 2013
Wednesday 4:26 pm
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I just remembered that horrid Iceland advert that had ARE KERRY trying to say langoustines and failing tremendously.

Older people and foreign or new words, like vuvuzela in the last World Cup, are generally an annoying combination. It's not like it's that hard to pronounce something, even if just repeating someone else saying it properly, in such an unfaithful way. Vulvasellers. Vuvvyzells.
Someon mentioned wine earlier up at the >>7050 point.
>> No. 11509 Anonymous
7th August 2013
Wednesday 4:36 pm
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>>11508

Is it just stubbornness or genuine stupidity?
>> No. 11510 Anonymous
7th August 2013
Wednesday 8:03 pm
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>>11509

I think it's a bit of a combination of stupidity, and an attempt at self demeaning humour to play up said stupidity.

Like when people call USB ports UBS or whatever other tech jargon everyone gets wrong despite the words usually being right there in front of them.
>> No. 11511 Anonymous
7th August 2013
Wednesday 8:56 pm
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>>11510
Web brassieres? Songsong Smartphone?

Speaking of which, an old woman landlord near me referred to a brasserie as a brassiere.
>> No. 11522 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 7:51 am
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>> No. 11523 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 11:04 am
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>>11522
But it makes much more sense.
>> No. 11524 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 1:38 pm
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>>11522
Do you say "aitch", then?
>> No. 11527 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 1:44 pm
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>>11524
He does if he speaks English.
>> No. 11533 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 3:28 pm
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>>11523

It really doesn't. It's very obnoxious.
>> No. 11535 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 3:38 pm
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>>11522
I have the mental image of secretary types repeating the letter H very loudly and obnoxiously just to demonstrate to you how fine a grasp of the english language they possess.

"It's Rutherford, R U T H..."
"sorry was that a HAITCH?"
"yes H."
"okay, so I've got; R, U, T, HAITCH!"
>> No. 11536 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 3:45 pm
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>>11535

If I had a secretary that couldn't spell Rutherford she'd be out the door before you could say it.
>> No. 11537 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 3:46 pm
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>>11527
Why would H not have a "h" at the start of its pronunciation?
>> No. 11538 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 3:53 pm
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>>11537
For the same reason "feff", "lel", "mem", "nen" and "sess" don't, you dribbling idiot.
>> No. 11539 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 4:00 pm
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>>11538
But they do at least have their respective letters pronounced elsewhere. And there's no need to be rude, dickface.
>> No. 11540 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 4:35 pm
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>>11539

Aitch does have an 'h' in it though. Yes - 'an h', not 'a haitch'.
>> No. 11541 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 4:35 pm
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>>11540
But it isn't pronounced, it's part of the "ch" sound.
>> No. 11551 Anonymous
13th August 2013
Tuesday 6:22 pm
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-11642588
>> No. 11569 Anonymous
15th August 2013
Thursday 11:28 am
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The proof is in the pudding.
>> No. 11570 Anonymous
15th August 2013
Thursday 11:31 am
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On a related note I've always wondered where the "F" is in draught.
>> No. 11571 Anonymous
15th August 2013
Thursday 11:55 am
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>>11570
The same place "K" is in knob.
>> No. 11572 Anonymous
15th August 2013
Thursday 12:32 pm
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>>11571
Why would you put K in your knob? Use your nose like the rest of ius
>> No. 11573 Anonymous
15th August 2013
Thursday 4:02 pm
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>>11572
To get frew customs, silly.
Thorn, not an eff!!
>> No. 11585 Anonymous
16th August 2013
Friday 8:51 pm
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>>11569
Oh lord, we all know the proof of the pudding is in the eating! Otherwise there is no point to the pudding being mentioned and brought into disrepute at all.
>> No. 11586 Anonymous
16th August 2013
Friday 9:06 pm
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>>11585
>Oh lord, we all know the proof of the pudding is in the eating! Otherwise there is no point to the pudding being mentioned and brought into disrepute at all.

Except if the pudding is a steak and kidney pudding. There's the question of whether it is indeed a pudding, and if not, then where else could the proof be hidden? Is the proof in the blancmange? The French have clearly had a hand in this subterfuge, and the other hand in the trifle.
>> No. 11587 Anonymous
16th August 2013
Friday 9:17 pm
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>>11586

The proof of what, anyway? Because if it's of a poisoning I'm not going to eat the pudding whether it's ice cream or a trifling steak & kidney pie.
>> No. 11588 Anonymous
16th August 2013
Friday 9:37 pm
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>>11573

One of the first jobs I ever had, the manageress informed us that eating any stock is classed as feft. I ate so much stock at that job.

I wanted to get caught, my defense would have been that I have no idea what feft was but at least it wasn't as bad as theft.
>> No. 11589 Anonymous
17th August 2013
Saturday 11:07 am
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>>11586
A pudding has a few definitions going around, if it has suet in its shell/crust and/or is steamed to prepare it, then it's a bona fide pudding.
Spotted dick is a classic pudding in both senses. Xmas pud too.

Am I strange for eating 1 xmas pud a month?
>> No. 11591 Anonymous
17th August 2013
Saturday 11:57 am
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Also in the US, pudding refers only to this; anything else is a dessert.
>> No. 11592 Anonymous
17th August 2013
Saturday 2:57 pm
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Way for t'baff, luf.
>> No. 11593 Anonymous
17th August 2013
Saturday 5:59 pm
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>>11592
Way to barf. Laugh!
>> No. 11617 Anonymous
21st August 2013
Wednesday 5:25 pm
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>>11592

I can't summon my powers of comprehension for this one.
>> No. 11619 Anonymous
21st August 2013
Wednesday 11:07 pm
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>>11617

"I'm off in t'baff, luf." Is probably more accurate, but yeah.

Im off in/for the/a bath, love.

Bloody brummies and their cobblers (bread rolls to normal people).
>> No. 11622 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 9:55 am
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>>11621
Another Brummie here. Never heard cobblers used here in my life, although we do sometimes use cob to describe a roll with a thick hard crust.
A bap is only a bap if it's wider than your palm and has bacon sausage and/or egg.
>> No. 11623 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 10:35 am
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>>11621

You're anecdotal evidence trumps mine then?

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 11624 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 10:36 am
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>>11623
>You are anecdotal evidence
>> No. 11625 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 11:40 am
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>>11624
You're mum is anecdotal evidence.
>> No. 11626 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 11:52 am
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>>11625

Touche.
>> No. 11627 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 12:17 pm
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>>11625
You just did it again.
>> No. 11628 Anonymous
22nd August 2013
Thursday 12:27 pm
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>>11627

Yeah, and she loved it.
>> No. 11866 Anonymous
12th September 2013
Thursday 2:36 pm
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>> No. 12074 Anonymous
15th October 2013
Tuesday 8:41 pm
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Throat lozenger.
>> No. 12117 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 2:40 am
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>>5325

I thought that was just autocorrect screwing up. Do people actually say that out loud?
>> No. 12118 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 2:45 am
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>>7044

If you look for a "chest of drawers" on eBay, you'd be amazed how many people think they're called "draws".
>> No. 12119 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 2:56 am
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>>9948

Cannae is pronounced "canny". I can't think of a reason non-Scots ought to be using it though.
>> No. 12120 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 8:21 am
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>>12117
>>12118
>>12119
N2 M7 DEM OLD POSTS WONT NO WOT IT EM
>> No. 12121 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 9:15 am
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>>12120

Well someone told me off for not posting in the Vimpto thread so that's why I'm here.

>>12112
>> No. 12122 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 10:28 am
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>>12121
Your other post should have been in this thread, but you won't win either way. Welcome to .gs, adventurer.
>> No. 12123 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 10:52 am
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>>12119
I know how it's pronounced, my irk is a written irk as opposed to a spoken one because it's 2013 so I don't have to actually talk to people. Non-Scots use it because they want to be quirky.
>> No. 12125 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 11:19 am
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>>12119

Cannae is not pronounced like Canny.

Also, another one is English people who say "Craic" and pronounce it "cray-k", why?
>> No. 12127 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 12:14 pm
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>>12125
>Also, another one is English people who say "Craic" and pronounce it "cray-k", why?
Because they've only seen it written.
>> No. 12128 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 12:14 pm
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>>12125
Fun fact, craic is actually an English word, exported to Ireland and then re exported back to England.

>why?
Because that's how it's spelt and that's how you'd intuitively expect it to be pronounced given it's spelling, especially considering it's not a particularly common word. Rather obvious, no?
>> No. 12129 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 3:10 pm
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>>12125
So how is Craic pronounced, you silly know-it-all?
>> No. 12130 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 3:31 pm
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>>12129
Crack.
>> No. 12131 Anonymous
17th October 2013
Thursday 8:14 pm
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>>12121
It wasn't that you posted in the thread, it's that you felt the need to do so by replying to two-year old posts.
>> No. 12173 Anonymous
21st October 2013
Monday 10:24 pm
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SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID SO I TURNED AROUND AND SAID

I swear some people have entire conversations where the parties involved must have been fucking revolving on the spot. It boggles the mind.
>> No. 12174 Anonymous
22nd October 2013
Tuesday 6:19 am
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>>12173

My mum's telephone conversations often go in that manner.

"She turned round and said ''No!''"
"But then, I turned round and said ''Get a wash!''"
"But she turned round and said ''Never!''"

Et cetera ad nauseum.
>> No. 12175 Anonymous
22nd October 2013
Tuesday 6:33 am
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>>12173
>>12174

Ugh. I'm starting to get dizzy.
>> No. 12181 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 8:14 am
12181 IT'S ADDICTING!
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>> No. 12402 Anonymous
10th November 2013
Sunday 12:35 pm
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Getting the train from St. Pancreas.
>> No. 12416 Anonymous
11th November 2013
Monday 10:53 pm
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I'm not sure if it counts, but my girlfriend's family are quite common and her sister's devil-spawn have a habit of saying 'EEY-ARR!' (here) when they want to get your attention.

EEY-ARR!
EEY-ARR!
EEY-ARR!
>> No. 12417 Anonymous
11th November 2013
Monday 11:03 pm
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>>12416
As a Yorkshireman, let me say, fuck you
>> No. 12419 Anonymous
11th November 2013
Monday 11:28 pm
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>>12417
We're from Hull. This one isn't Yorkshire vernacular, it's lazy Hull talk.
>> No. 12422 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 12:02 am
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>>12419
Ah, you're from Hull. Which of the nine circles are you from?
>> No. 12440 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 10:53 am
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>>12416
I spent some time explaining to my friend in California that I'd probably open any form of conversation with "eeyar" before I went to visit her. Luckily, American girls think even the most poggy and disgusting Englishisms (or Britishisms, to them) are amazing so I was let off the hook for being a mucky cunt off North Hull Estate.

Could be worse, could be anywhere East Hull, AM I RIGHT LADS?

hullfa.gs
>> No. 12441 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 10:55 am
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>>12440
We say it in Wakey too.

Ere m8, giyers a cig.
>> No. 12442 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 11:45 am
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>>12441
Most people say 'ere, but the underclass (of which there is a lot of in Hull) stretch it out into two words.
>> No. 12443 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 11:57 am
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>>12442
I'd always just assumed I was slurring the words "here you are" or something. Our accent is a bit like being drunk a lot of the time. That or a depressed scouser.
>> No. 12444 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 11:58 am
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>>12443
I say 'eeyar' as well if it is just 'here you are' then.

In which case you'd better say is is from 'here' alone, since I'm from bloody South Cambridgeshire.
>> No. 12445 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 12:01 pm
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>>12443
Third Hullensian to weigh in on this important debate, and I can say it's more like this, as in "here you are, a cigarette" when giving something or "ahhh, here you are then!" as a greeting. Just slurring. People at uni found it endearing though.
>> No. 12446 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 12:18 pm
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>>12445
Yeah, when you put it in that context it makes a lot more sense that it's slurred-here-you-are but I pretty much use it as an opening for anything when I want to grab someone's attention. "Eeyar, pass that remote"

I have recently moved to Salford where the local equivalent is "eeeeeeeeeeeehhhhhr"
>> No. 12449 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 4:31 pm
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>>12442

In Manchester 'ere has two syllables and and "eeyar" is a different word which is a contraction of "here you are".
>> No. 12452 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 7:17 pm
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Wakeylad again.

We have "'ere" as in "ear" which means "here" or "I want your attention".

We have "ee-y-arr" meaning "here you are".
>> No. 12458 Anonymous
12th November 2013
Tuesday 11:45 pm
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>>12449
More like "eeyoh", as in "Manchestoh". I've met a guy since moving here with an accent so Mancunian I was frightened for my life. He'd had a few and seemed to be using as many words that should, by rights, end in -er as possible but every single one was OH.

"THEY WUNT LET ME BACK ON THE COURSE NEITHOH"
>> No. 12483 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 1:30 pm
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>>12458
This reminds me: Tony King ought to be on the fiver.
>> No. 12484 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 3:10 pm
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>>12452

We also use "ee-y-arr" down in the sunny south too.
>> No. 12486 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 3:39 pm
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>>12419

Since when weren't Ull in Yorkshire?

Gerrarternit. Daft bugger.
>> No. 12488 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 6:36 pm
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>>12486
East Yorkshire isn't proper Yorkshire. It's Yorkshire-lite.
>> No. 12489 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 7:11 pm
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>>12488
East Yorkshiremen came up with the cracking Raoul Moat anthem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqYhOzekD7I

And Prezza.
>> No. 13049 Anonymous
27th January 2014
Monday 9:33 pm
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I'M WAITING WITH BAITED BREATH.
>> No. 13112 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 10:50 am
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They spend all they get on drugs, then feel bad about themselves, so they have to nick more things to buy the drugs to start the cycle off again, it's a viscous circle.
>> No. 13113 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 12:03 pm
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>>13112
Is that some sort of reference or are you panning for a banning?
>> No. 13114 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 12:43 pm
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>>13113
"Viscous".
>> No. 13115 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 12:47 pm
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>>13114
I believe that in this thread the correct way to highlight this would be to repeat VISCOUS CIRCLE dozens of times in capitals.
>> No. 13119 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 8:41 pm
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MICOSCROPE
>> No. 15541 Anonymous
13th June 2014
Friday 6:05 pm
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I thought I would bring this back in one foul swoop.
>> No. 15542 Anonymous
13th June 2014
Friday 6:08 pm
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>>15541

People like you are a diamond dozen.
>> No. 15543 Anonymous
13th June 2014
Friday 6:17 pm
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>>15542
I'll leave without further adieu.
>> No. 15544 Anonymous
13th June 2014
Friday 6:18 pm
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>>15543
Surely you're making them up now?
>> No. 15545 Anonymous
13th June 2014
Friday 6:18 pm
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>>15543

Grassy arse m8.
>> No. 15546 Anonymous
13th June 2014
Friday 6:32 pm
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>>15544
I've seen Americans write this on the forums and stuff.
>> No. 15554 Anonymous
23rd June 2014
Monday 5:45 pm
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There was a man on the radio who said false dye-oh-cot-em-ee, I always thought it was pronounced dick-to-me.
>> No. 15555 Anonymous
23rd June 2014
Monday 5:50 pm
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>>15554
Dy-cot-um-ee.
>> No. 15735 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 8:51 am
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I'm on tender hooks waiting for new posts in this thread.
>> No. 15736 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 10:08 am
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>>15735
Don't try to wind people up, or we'll have another row to diffuse.
>> No. 15738 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:21 pm
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>>15736

I was eating out the other night in a restaurant (it was shit, the girlfriend picked it, but she's 10/10 and does anal so...) and some LAD was having a row with another LAD over the correct pronunciation of Vimto. Since they were both foreign I had to intervene, as I'm English and therefore quite a local authority on English pronunciation where I am right now.
>> No. 15739 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:46 pm
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>>15738
How hot is it there?
>> No. 15740 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 1:59 pm
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>>15739
About 86F.
>> No. 15741 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:16 pm
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>>15738
You gave yourself away here >>15740

Better luck next time. Fucking troll.
>> No. 15742 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:38 pm
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>>15741

You seem upset. Why ask the question if you don't want to know the answer?
>> No. 15743 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:45 pm
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>>15741

C'mon, HongKongLad. Have a sense of humour, eh?

Imitation is the highest form of flattery, don't you know?
>> No. 15744 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 2:55 pm
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>>15741
Go take your aggression out on your missus' ringpiece, m8y.
>> No. 16061 Anonymous
1st August 2014
Friday 8:40 pm
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I DO THAT EVERYDAY
>> No. 16103 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 8:35 am
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That talking monkey film.
>> No. 16104 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 8:43 am
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>>15743

Err...I hate to have to step in here, but as the lad who resides in HK, no post in this thread is mine.

The rage directed at >>15738, well, I cannot really understand it. Especially given as the post was very much on OP's topic.

Ragers gonna rage, I guess.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 16105 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 10:22 am
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>>16104

>as the lad who resides in HK

It's almost as if you enjoy being banned.
>> No. 16106 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 10:26 am
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>>16104

>The Poster Formally Known as HKlad
>> No. 16107 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 10:47 am
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>>16106

Fair.
>> No. 16108 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 11:14 am
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>>16104

Yeh nice try but I'm the real HKlad and I love it up the arse in 30 degree heat.
>> No. 16109 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 1:43 pm
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>>16108

I thought it was your missus. Iz u a bumder?
>> No. 16110 Anonymous
4th August 2014
Monday 2:13 pm
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Dripfreed.
>> No. 16315 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 9:56 am
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You're intitled to your opinion.
>> No. 16316 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 4:39 pm
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WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP FOR THE BOOKS WELL THAT'S A TURNIP >>5003FOR THE BOOKS
>> No. 16317 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 5:22 pm
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I always say reticent to sound smart when I mean hesitant and then remember 10 minutes later into the conversation what I've done but nobody ever corrects me (probably because they are unfamiliar with the parlance) and I am subsequently distracted for the rest of the conversation.

I also used the word off instead of of in an email I circulated the other day I should probably just end myself
>> No. 16324 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 8:35 pm
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>>16317
Reticence can be a manifestation of hesitation though. I wouldn't worry, but "of" instead of "off" is enough reason.
>> No. 16329 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 9:35 pm
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>>16317

I'm always frightened by the frequency at which I'm mistaken for a smart person.
>> No. 16333 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 10:03 pm
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>>16329
Maybe they're just trying to spare your feelings.
>> No. 16334 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 10:05 pm
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>>16333

I doubt it. I've also been told I'd make a good politician from time to time.
>> No. 16335 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 10:35 pm
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>>16334

they're just saying that to be polite David.
>> No. 16338 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 11:00 pm
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>>16335
/101/ The lack of capitalisation around this place at the moment.
>> No. 16339 Anonymous
21st August 2014
Thursday 11:15 pm
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>>16338

MESSAGE RECIEVED LADMATE
>> No. 16343 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 1:01 pm
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>>16339

I before E except after C. Sorry, lad.
>> No. 16344 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 1:45 pm
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>> No. 16345 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 2:10 pm
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>>16343
And when sounding like "a" as in neighbor and weigh.
>> No. 16347 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 2:40 pm
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>>16343

http://www.youtube.com/v/duqlZXiIZqA
>> No. 16348 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 5:40 pm
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I could pretend that I did that wrong on purpose, but I'm pretty sure you'd know that I am lying.
>> No. 16349 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 6:03 pm
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>>16343
Though it's not an exact science.
>> No. 16350 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 6:15 pm
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>>16348
Surely that's a better indication of the more important principle of I before C.
>> No. 16355 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 7:06 pm
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>>16349

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?
>> No. 16367 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 10:47 am
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Triple word score if they don't actually mean literally
>> No. 16368 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 5:26 pm
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That looks dangerous, I'd be weary of doing it.
>> No. 16369 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 5:29 pm
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>>16368
>> No. 16370 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 5:47 pm
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>>16367

I know this is /101/ but I fucking love bookshops. I just want to be locked inside my own personal bookshop forever and ever. Except the girl, she can stay.

>>16369

That looks like a gay version of my mum.
>> No. 16371 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 9:14 pm
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>>16370
Phwaor!
>> No. 16372 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 10:58 pm
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Well, this is alarming.
>> No. 16373 Anonymous
24th August 2014
Sunday 11:23 pm
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>>16372
Well, shit. I hope they at least called the fire brigade.
>> No. 16374 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 12:17 am
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>>16372

http://ajvalliant.com/2014/08/11/i-was-literally-raped-for-an-hour-by-a-twelve-year-old-camper/

Apparently the dictionary says you're allowed to use "literally" like that now.
>> No. 16375 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 12:34 am
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>>16374
Fuck me. I'm [i]literally[/l] fuming.
>> No. 16376 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 12:35 am
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>>16374
Fucking septics. They did the same thing to nonplussed. Apparently being persistently wrong pays off.
>> No. 16377 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 12:38 am
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>>16375

They should literally shove that dictionary right up their arse.
>> No. 16378 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 12:41 am
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>>16375>>16376>>16377

Well you lot can sit on your arses, I'm going to figuratively put this straight.

I'm clever.
>> No. 16379 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 1:04 am
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>>16374
Dictionaries are descriptive, not prescriptive.
>> No. 16380 Anonymous
25th August 2014
Monday 4:06 am
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>>16379

They're both, but predominately prescriptive.
>> No. 16385 Anonymous
26th August 2014
Tuesday 8:59 pm
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>>16379 >>16380

Whatever they are, they are still often unhelpful to those unfortunate souls who don't know how to spell the first two letters of a word properly in any case.
>> No. 16386 Anonymous
26th August 2014
Tuesday 9:02 pm
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>>16380
In other languages, maybe.
>> No. 16387 Anonymous
26th August 2014
Tuesday 9:04 pm
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>> No. 16408 Anonymous
30th August 2014
Saturday 10:35 am
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ON ROUTE TO MY ON SUITE.
>> No. 16432 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 5:02 pm
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Today, somebody said trolling but pronounced it like trawling.

Made me thirsty for some Vimpto.
>> No. 16443 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 6:18 pm
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>>16432
Isn't that technically correct though? I'm sure the etymology of tonline trolling comes from trawlers rather than bridge-dwellers.
>> No. 16444 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 6:25 pm
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>>16432
Ever since I heard Richard Bacon pronounce the word with a short O in a documentary about VILE NET ABUSE, my ears have cried out for solace.

>>16443
No you fool! Are you new to the information superhighway?
>> No. 16455 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 7:15 pm
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>>16444
>Are you new to the information superhighway?

No, I'm old and frequently bewildered, so I apologise for being wrong (and also for the typo, which I hadn't noticed). I'd read somewhere that trolling in the original sense (posting atheist stuff on a Christian forum, or whatever) came from trawling for victims (and I'd also read/heard somewhere that people that catch fish for a living pronounce 'trawling' 'trolling', and that the later association with trolls from mythology was a misconception) and decided that made sense.

And now I wonder if I've been trolled into self-justification, so I'm going to doze off in an armchair and gently wet myself, as is appropriate for one of my age and vagueness. I remember when this was all geocities...
>> No. 16457 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 7:17 pm
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>>16444

Upon further consideration I think it may have been an extremely subtle attempt at trawling IRL.
>> No. 16463 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 8:12 pm
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>>16432

Maybe they'd seen the word in online videos so much they picked up a semi-American accent for that word. Watching MIT's Open CourseWare makes me want to pronounce python py-THON.
>> No. 16467 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 11:05 pm
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>> No. 16468 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 11:10 pm
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>>16467

I know, they're fucking everywhere these days.
>> No. 16470 Anonymous
2nd September 2014
Tuesday 11:59 pm
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>>16467

I'll stop saying that, when you start saying dinner person.
>> No. 16473 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 6:48 am
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>>16432
I think I've only ever heard one person talk about internet trolls IRL, but she used it the same way the papers do, i.e. someone who disagrees with you or is just plain abusive.
>> No. 16477 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 5:34 pm
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>>16470

Do you say man driver, man voter, man manager or man politician?
>> No. 16478 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 7:04 pm
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>>16477
Only when they're incompetent.
>> No. 16479 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 7:18 pm
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>>16467

I approve of your choice of picture.

>>16473

This conflation between being an abusive and pretty offensive arse on the net and trying to elicit a response for your own amusement through some amount of wordplay and the laying down of traps really boils my piss, and it's done by everyone who should know better.

Sage for being in love with Karina Hart.
>> No. 16480 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 7:52 pm
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>>16473

If only they knew the saga of Searchfag.

Saying that, I can barely remember now, did it turn out that Search and Storm were the same poster or something?
>> No. 16481 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 8:41 pm
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Ooh, ooh, ooh!

People who think every joke they read online is a troll! That's so annoying. Especially when they get all serious and indignant about it.
>> No. 16482 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 9:48 pm
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>>16481
0/10, try harder.
>> No. 16483 Anonymous
3rd September 2014
Wednesday 10:25 pm
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>>16482

I was, hand on heart, being completely earnest.

I just sound like I'm being facetious, I genuinely can't stop.
>> No. 16484 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 12:07 am
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Those twats who sit there saying "gg" at every fucking thing, like getting a round of drinks in, or "classic bantz".
>> No. 16485 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 12:31 am
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>>16484

As in "good game", or like, what?
>> No. 16486 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 12:42 am
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>>16485
I assume he means good going.
>> No. 16487 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 12:44 am
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>>16485
Unless he really means good game, good game.
>> No. 16488 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 12:53 am
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>>16487
Nonce to see you, to see you ...
>> No. 16489 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 1:08 am
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>>16488
Not a chance. I'd bet 75p that Bruce will never be fingered as a nonce.
>> No. 16491 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 1:43 am
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>>16489

I really suspected him before Rolf was named as the "veteran TV presenter" and I remember reading a blind item in a magazine many years ago:

'Which "man of the people" game show host has his limo driver take the long route so he doesn't have to see a council estate?'

Bruce popped into my head for that too, I don't know why, although obviously blind items can be complete fiction without being libellous.
>> No. 16493 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 2:24 am
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>>16491
>'Which "man of the people" game show host has his limo driver take the long route so he doesn't have to see a council estate?'
I'm betting Edmonds.
>> No. 16494 Anonymous
4th September 2014
Thursday 3:24 am
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>>16485
It's meant as "good game", like you'd say after playing a multiplayer game online "gg", but the context they use it in, for anything, makes no sense. I guess this is what happens when normals get internet access?
>> No. 16496 Anonymous
5th September 2014
Friday 2:06 pm
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courtesy of gillyguthrie on reddit

"I hole-hardedly agree, but allow me to play doubles advocate here for a moment. For all intensive purposes I think you are wrong. In an age where false morals are a diamond dozen, true virtues are a blessing in the skies. We often put our false morality on a petal stool like a bunch of pre-Madonnas, but you all seem to be taking something very valuable for granite. So I ask of you to mustard up all the strength you can because it is a doggy dog world out there. Although there is some merit to what you are saying it seems like you have a huge ship on your shoulder. In your argument you seem to throw everything in but the kids Nsync, and even though you are having a feel day with this I am here to bring you back into reality. I have a sick sense when it comes to these types of things. It is almost spooky, because I cannot turn a blonde eye to these glaring flaws in your rhetoric. I have zero taller ants when it comes to people spouting out hate in the name of moral righteousness. You just need to remember what comes around is all around, and when supply and command fails you will be the first to go. Make my words, when you get down to brass stacks it doesn't take rocket appliances to get two birds stoned at once. It's clear who makes the pants in this relationship, and sometimes you just have to swallow your prize and accept the facts. You might have to come to this conclusion through denial and error but I swear on my mother's mating name that when you put the petal to the medal you will pass with flying carpets like it’s a peach of cake."

I'll admit, I malfunctioned.
>> No. 16497 Anonymous
5th September 2014
Friday 2:07 pm
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>>16496
Courtesy of old copypasta inspired by Trailer Park Boys.
>> No. 16498 Anonymous
5th September 2014
Friday 2:58 pm
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>>16496
I am both impressed and horrified, and I think I now have some insight into how it must feel to have a stroke or other brain malfunction. Old or not, that's some quality craftmanship.
>> No. 16554 Anonymous
17th September 2014
Wednesday 1:44 pm
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>> No. 16814 Anonymous
10th October 2014
Friday 11:44 pm
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I heard someone say "it's part of the course" today. I thought of this thread.
>> No. 16816 Anonymous
11th October 2014
Saturday 6:07 am
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Yesterday I read a post from a woman about her disabled son, but I couldn't take any of it in because I was too bothered by her repeat use of rest bite care.
>> No. 16818 Anonymous
11th October 2014
Saturday 7:29 am
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My parents insist on calling an mp3 player "an mp3" and clip-art "click-art".
>> No. 16859 Anonymous
15th October 2014
Wednesday 5:49 pm
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>>16818

'Click-art' is quite ingenious and should replace the original.
>> No. 16888 Anonymous
19th October 2014
Sunday 9:33 am
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My wife likes to say dizguzting and dizappeared.
>> No. 16889 Anonymous
19th October 2014
Sunday 9:44 am
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I'm guilty of saying turrent and wuff instead of turret and wolf.

At first I started to annoy my mates but now I have to catch myself before I say them.

I'm sorry
>> No. 16922 Anonymous
20th October 2014
Monday 5:31 pm
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I swear I just read "I'm thread up" on the internet instead of being fed up.
>> No. 16988 Anonymous
26th October 2014
Sunday 7:41 pm
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A chap I know who's now a marine's friend posted on facebook:

You'd better watch out i'm a steel ID killer.

Needless to say, I had the last laugh he didn't pass through training.
>> No. 17037 Anonymous
30th October 2014
Thursday 4:59 pm
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>> No. 17038 Anonymous
30th October 2014
Thursday 7:42 pm
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>>17037
How do you pronounce 'interfering' then? Or do people actually spell it that way?
>> No. 17039 Anonymous
30th October 2014
Thursday 7:57 pm
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>>17038

People, often the full-time mummy on social media brigade, spell "interfering" that way.
>> No. 17246 Anonymous
20th November 2014
Thursday 2:20 pm
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I just decided to start watching Broadwalk Empire. I do hope it's as good as the The Walk In Shed and The Supremos.
>> No. 17253 Anonymous
21st November 2014
Friday 4:00 pm
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just saw 'ode de' instead of l'eau de on fb. Cripes.
>> No. 17254 Anonymous
21st November 2014
Friday 4:08 pm
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>>17246
>The Walk In Shed
The official show of .gs, no doubt.
>> No. 17255 Anonymous
22nd November 2014
Saturday 12:01 pm
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>>17253
Related, women with "was" instead of "née" to indicate their pre-marital surname on Facebook. It's awful.
>> No. 17256 Anonymous
22nd November 2014
Saturday 1:00 pm
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>>17255
I think it's worse when it's a couple sharing one account, like Sue 'n' Robbo.
>> No. 17257 Anonymous
22nd November 2014
Saturday 1:42 pm
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>>17253

What does that mean?
>> No. 17386 Anonymous
9th December 2014
Tuesday 11:29 pm
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>>17255

I've seen people use 'prev', which is somehow even worse than 'was'.
>> No. 17387 Anonymous
10th December 2014
Wednesday 1:02 am
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>>17255
Personally I think French is awful but that's a /101/ thread all of its own.
>> No. 17388 Anonymous
10th December 2014
Wednesday 1:31 am
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>>17387
I remember this being funnier.

http://www.youtube.com/v/Jx1GL9PRLR4
>> No. 17403 Anonymous
11th December 2014
Thursday 2:27 pm
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People using biannual when they mean biennial.
>> No. 17404 Anonymous
11th December 2014
Thursday 3:13 pm
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>>17403
This, also bimonthly for semimonthly.
>> No. 17426 Anonymous
12th December 2014
Friday 7:12 am
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"I'm going out for a cheeky X" where X represents some fucking restaurant such as Nandos or Chiquito or some other overpriced bland shit hole.

It's not fucking cheeky to go out for something to eat you fucking dripping whore's cunt of a human being, you're either hungry or you're not. It's not fucking cheeky, it's a piece of overpriced chicken in an MSG loaded sauce. Fucking stupid fucking fuckity fucking cunt.
>> No. 17432 Anonymous
12th December 2014
Friday 12:18 pm
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>>17426
People's going to Nando's full stop.

It's the most overpriced, understaffed, shitty fucking quality food you can buy, and yet people seem to regard it as an attractive and enjoyable place to have an evening meal at. I hate this planet, really I do.
>> No. 17433 Anonymous
12th December 2014
Friday 12:37 pm
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>>17426

>dripping whore's cunt

Terrible insult, such a thing is a wonder, St. Rosie taught us that.
>> No. 17434 Anonymous
12th December 2014
Friday 1:14 pm
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>>17432
You may enjoy this thread >>/nom/5883
>> No. 17435 Anonymous
12th December 2014
Friday 1:43 pm
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>>17432

Exactly and it really boils my piss when people call it cheeky as if its some sort of treat when the opposite is the truth.
>> No. 17994 Anonymous
5th February 2015
Thursday 6:06 pm
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MOTHERLOAD

(Sage because it's took me almost 25 years to realise that's incorrect)
>> No. 18040 Anonymous
12th February 2015
Thursday 10:03 am
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I heard someone say one of their elderly relatives died of cancer, but instead of using the customary euphemism of "The Big 'C'" they just completely missed the point of the euphemism and euphemisms in general. Boils my piss as much as mixed metaphors when people clearly aren't trying to be funny.
>> No. 18042 Anonymous
12th February 2015
Thursday 11:07 am
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>>18040
Maybe they just had whole-body cancer?
>> No. 18043 Anonymous
12th February 2015
Thursday 2:32 pm
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>>17994
"It took" or "it's taken".
>> No. 18048 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 1:37 pm
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Overuse of the word love in Leeds and the surrounding area. Popped out to the shops on my lunch break.

>Yalright, love?
>Got a nectar card, love?
>That's £4 please, love.
>Thanks, love.
>See you later, love.

Five times in one transaction. Plus, the lass calling me love can't have been older than 19.
>> No. 18049 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 1:47 pm
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>>18048
Even though you're in or from Leeds, do you say lunch on britfa because you know it's pretty much the norm and you don't want to start a whole dinner/lunch debacle? Because I find myself doing that quite often and it makes me a bit sad.
>> No. 18051 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 1:52 pm
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>>18048

Get used to it, love. There's nowt you can do abaht it.

Otherwise, fuck off back to whichever non-Yorkshire shithole you're originally from.
>> No. 18052 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 1:57 pm
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People who constantly say "you know what I mean?" instead of actually finishing their sentence.

>>18049

Is that a die hard thing for some people? Although, calling dinner "tea" is just factually incorrect.
>> No. 18053 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 2:09 pm
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>>18052

I think the fact that Tesco don't sell "Breakfast, Dinner, Tea, Supper" plates sort of ends the debate outright.
>> No. 18054 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 2:23 pm
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>>18049
I have no issues with using local vernacular on here. I usually say breakfast - dinner - tea but if I'm at work it becomes breakfast - lunch - tea because I often take in a packed lunch and I call it my lunch break.

Do Southerners say lunchlady instead of dinnerlady? It sounds very Septic to me.
>> No. 18055 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 2:25 pm
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>>18054

Hmm, no, but I'm not Southern. Just one of those filthy Middle class ponces you get running around this place from time to time.
>> No. 18056 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 4:39 pm
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>>18054
Dinnerlady? Do you stay in school till 9PM?
>> No. 18057 Anonymous
13th February 2015
Friday 5:23 pm
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Dinnerlady and tea for Cambridgeshire.
>> No. 18081 Anonymous
16th February 2015
Monday 8:35 pm
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>>18054
>Do Southerners say lunchlady instead of dinnerlady? It sounds very Septic to me

No, we say Dinner Lady, but that's just one of the great many inconsistencies our education system is responsible for. If the bloody yanks hadn't claimed "lunchlady" we'd probably say it, but I think most of us would rather be wrong than speak septic.

It's breakfast, lunch, dinner. In the middle of the day you take a lunch break, you eat a packed lunch, it is lunch time. A meal between breakfast and lunch is brunch. Rightly there is no such thing as "brinner" because lunch falls between breakfast and dinner. In the evening you host a dinner party, you take a date out to dinner, You make a dinner reservation at a restaurant, you feed the dog (hence the term "dog's dinner", nobody feeds a dog at 1pm unless they're a jobless layabout). Tea is a drink made from the desiccated juvenile foliage of the Camellia sinensis plant, steeped in water and often accompanied by milk, sugar and a snack - hence "tea party" has an entirely different meaning to "dinner party".
>> No. 18087 Anonymous
17th February 2015
Tuesday 1:12 pm
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>>18081
I don't eat a packed lunch, I eat my packin' up.
>> No. 18088 Anonymous
17th February 2015
Tuesday 1:40 pm
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>>18081
So we should completely do away with all regional dialects? Well, this is /101/ and I say Lynne Truss wannabes like you deserve a thread all of their own.
>> No. 18089 Anonymous
17th February 2015
Tuesday 2:46 pm
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>>18088
>So we should completely do away with all regional dialects?
Absolutely. Anyone who speaks as though they're from more than five miles from my house can fuck off and learn to talk tidy, byt'.
>> No. 18100 Anonymous
17th February 2015
Tuesday 4:51 pm
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>>18087

And I eat my bait.
>> No. 18416 Anonymous
11th March 2015
Wednesday 7:32 pm
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Smothercate.
>> No. 18811 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 12:34 pm
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Through heaven and high water.

How is it possible to completely wreck an idiom by substituting something for its polar opposite?
>> No. 18812 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 12:35 pm
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>>18811
Oh, I could care less about that.
>> No. 18814 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 5:11 pm
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>>18812

"I could care less" is actually a correct phrase. It's just that it's gotten confused with the other phrase and misused a lot.

"I couldn't care less" is directed towards someone else in a sort of sarcastic/derogatory way, "I could care less" is intended to be self-deprecatory way, i.e. "I could care less, but I don't, I'm such a sucker" etc.
>> No. 18815 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 5:20 pm
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>>18814
Listen you stupid fuck. Nobody uses "I could care less" in the way you described it. Almost every idiot uses it to mean "I couldn't care less." Americans do it a lot, but cunts here do it too now. Don't try and excuse it, you fucking moron.
>> No. 18816 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 5:26 pm
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>>18814
>"I could care less" is intended to be self-deprecatory way, i.e. "I could care less, but I don't, I'm such a sucker" etc.
I've never seen anyone using it in the manner you describe here. I don't think there's any need to get as angry as >>18815 is, but there's really no reason to defend such an obviously contradictory phrase, either.
>> No. 18817 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 5:41 pm
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>>18816

The literal meaning of the phrase "I could care less" is essentially useless, because all it indicates is that your level of interest is non-zero. It could mean anything from "I am largely indifferent" to "I am prepared to give up my life for this cause". "I couldn't care less" is far more useful, because it denotes that your interest is actually zero. I cannot think of a single occasion when I have heard "I could care less" used as anything other than a malapropism of the phrase "I couldn't care less".

I could care less about people mis-using the phrase "I could care less", because it's annoyingly sloppy and inarticulate.
>> No. 18818 Anonymous
5th April 2015
Sunday 6:06 pm
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You set of twats put me through heaven and high water just to tell me that? You know what? I fed up with this world.
>> No. 18975 Anonymous
12th April 2015
Sunday 3:27 pm
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you minus well
>> No. 19015 Anonymous
17th April 2015
Friday 8:25 pm
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Comfable.
>> No. 19085 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 12:33 pm
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>> No. 19086 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 12:38 pm
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>>19085
Indeed, I've had it up to here with correcting people's pronunciation of London.
>> No. 19087 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 1:08 pm
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>>19085

What's wrong with that?
>> No. 19098 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 5:12 pm
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>>19087
It's spelled incorrectly.
>> No. 19099 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 5:55 pm
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>>19098
I don't think you understand the thread.
>> No. 19115 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 8:27 pm
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Jeoprady.
>> No. 19116 Anonymous
20th April 2015
Monday 8:56 pm
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>>19115
What is a common misspelling of a word meaning danger of harm or loss?

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's my coat!
>> No. 19274 Anonymous
1st May 2015
Friday 5:57 pm
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Preforming.
>> No. 19275 Anonymous
1st May 2015
Friday 6:46 pm
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>>19274
How else am I supposed to do my precision soldering?
>> No. 19276 Anonymous
1st May 2015
Friday 7:36 pm
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>>19275
With a sringe, fool.
>> No. 19277 Anonymous
1st May 2015
Friday 8:44 pm
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>>19276
What is the picture of?

It looks smaller than even those tiny surface mount components.
>> No. 19278 Anonymous
1st May 2015
Friday 9:11 pm
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>>19277
solder paste, before the components are placed. It goes down a 0.2mm needle - those pads on the chip at the bottom are on a 0.4mm pitch, which is really pushing it for my machine. 0.2mm dots just don't want to stick to the board.
If I've got a current /101/ whinge, it's the pain of machines that can almost, but not quite, do what I need. Second /101/ whinge is violently temperature dependent rheology and annoyingly non-Newtonian fluids.
Probably ought to head to /uhu/ for continued soldering fun.
>> No. 19279 Anonymous
1st May 2015
Friday 9:20 pm
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>>19278
>annoyingly non-Newtonian fluids

I think this is my new favourite phrase.
>> No. 19280 Anonymous
2nd May 2015
Saturday 1:01 am
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>>19276

That image makes me wince a little bit - SMD stencils are really cheap these days. I can't be arsed doing anything more than minor rework by hand. Maybe I'm just spoiled and lazy.

Also, what's with the curved traces? Makes me nostalgic for the days of laying out boards by hand. I'd guess microwave, but the layout looks too dense for that. Maybe you're working on something properly exotic?
>> No. 19564 Anonymous
9th June 2015
Tuesday 6:51 am
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I actually with my own ears yesterday heard someone say "retarted" in place of retarded. I weep for this country.
>> No. 19567 Anonymous
9th June 2015
Tuesday 9:48 am
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>>19564
Maybe they were talking about a situation where they had ran out of jam tarts, but had just popped down to the bakery to get more?
>> No. 19568 Anonymous
9th June 2015
Tuesday 10:02 am
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>>19567
Or maybe they were a slag and needed to get retarted by going to TanFastic to orange themselves up so they'd look "dead exotic."
>> No. 19569 Anonymous
9th June 2015
Tuesday 5:25 pm
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YOU SHOULD REALLY STAND UP TO YOURSELF!

Instead of "for yourself".
>> No. 19570 Anonymous
9th June 2015
Tuesday 5:39 pm
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>>19569

>STAND UP TO YOURSELF!



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PivWY9wn5ps
>> No. 19653 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 5:58 pm
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I was in Sainsburys earlier and there was this Hyacinth Bucket woman who kept saying War Burtons instead of Warburtons, it was extremely grating.
>> No. 19654 Anonymous
18th June 2015
Thursday 7:11 pm
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>>19570

This post was brought to you by Enix. The AI of the future; Today!
>> No. 19698 Anonymous
21st June 2015
Sunday 2:52 pm
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X AMOUNT OF PEOPLE
>> No. 19818 Anonymous
28th June 2015
Sunday 2:12 pm
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MINDFIELD.
>> No. 19823 Anonymous
28th June 2015
Sunday 6:03 pm
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>>19818

THIS IS DANGEROUS


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alkbZPXbnJk
>> No. 19826 Anonymous
28th June 2015
Sunday 6:22 pm
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>>19823

Where's that Tracer Tong? I want to give him a hug!
>> No. 20655 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:01 pm
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People using 'and I' when they mean 'and me'.
>> No. 20656 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:09 pm
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>>20655
That happens because a lot of people are only ever exposed to grammar contradictions. People will offer a correction without ever explaining the underlying reasoning until you have people who don't even know elementary grammar correcting other blind people. So I'm saying it's our fault because we expect people to be curious enough to learn independently care about this.
>> No. 20657 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:13 pm
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>>20655
>>20656

I'd like to put forward a compromise I think we can all get on board with.

If you're writing it down, write "Anon and I." If you're vocalising it, say "Me and Anon", because the former makes you sound like a ballbag.
>> No. 20658 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:18 pm
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>>20656
It's not exactly a hard rule to learn, you just take the other person out of the equation.

"Kaci and me went to the shops" = "me went to the shops"

"Kaci and I went to the shops" = "I went to the shops"
>> No. 20659 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:24 pm
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>>20655
Et vice versa.
>> No. 20662 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:40 pm
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>>20658
I think you're simplifying here. You've picked an example where the subject and object of the sentence are obvious. I remember feeling lost many times over the years when the distinction was much less obvious.
>> No. 20663 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 7:59 pm
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>>20662
Give us a tricky one, lad.
>> No. 20664 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 8:10 pm
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>>20663
If I had a good example to make concrete my abstract ramblings, I'd have provided it already.
>> No. 20679 Anonymous
21st August 2015
Friday 3:59 am
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>>20664
There are no examples where it's difficult. It's like there/their/they're, anybody who has trouble making the distinction is just lazy and can't be arsed to spend the few milliseconds necessary to work it out.
>> No. 20892 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 9:19 am
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Cacuzzi.
>> No. 20893 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 11:59 am
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>>20892

What are you saying? Surely not Jacuzzi?
>> No. 20894 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 12:57 pm
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>>20893
Yep. That's commoners for you.
>> No. 20895 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 1:17 pm
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>>20894

I have met many a "commoner", and not one has ever said "cacuzzi". Are you sure you're not in Italy? If you aren't, what region of Britain is this?
>> No. 20896 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 1:58 pm
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>>20894
What's this got to do with grazing sheep?
>> No. 20897 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 3:34 pm
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>>20895
It was Lancashire folk. They're a bit slow on the wrong side of the Pennines.
>> No. 20898 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 3:40 pm
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>>20897

I thought Berwickers calling drawers "draws" was bad, they even type it like that.
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28th August 2015
Friday 4:44 pm
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>>20898
I hardly know 'er!

(I honestly don't know anyone who pronounces it "draw-ers".)
>> No. 20900 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:23 pm
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>>20898
Doesn't everyone call them 'draws'?
>> No. 20901 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 6:41 pm
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>>20900

Most certainly not.
>> No. 20902 Anonymous
28th August 2015
Friday 8:17 pm
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>>20897

Mind yourself, Easterling.
>> No. 20903 Anonymous
29th August 2015
Saturday 12:39 am
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>>20898
That's practically every English person. You all don't believe in the letter 'r' for some reason, and you really ought to stop that.

Rhotic supremacy 4 lyfe
>> No. 20906 Anonymous
29th August 2015
Saturday 10:29 pm
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>> No. 21077 Anonymous
12th September 2015
Saturday 6:16 am
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On route.
>> No. 21517 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 3:50 pm
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>> No. 21518 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 3:58 pm
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>>21517

>blast
>#bombfirenight

What do they know, lads?
>> No. 21519 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 4:27 pm
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>>21518
All I'll say is that I'm staying away from Tesco tonight.
>> No. 21520 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 4:31 pm
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>>21518

What do you think the 'M' stands for in MI5?
>> No. 21521 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 4:48 pm
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>>21520
Do say hi to the lads at Grocery Counter Headquarters for us, won't you old chap?
>> No. 21522 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 4:53 pm
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>>21518
some of you lot are allright

stay away from any population centre tonight.

so long britbros.
>> No. 21523 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 5:00 pm
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Rubber dingy rapids, bro.
>> No. 21524 Anonymous
5th November 2015
Thursday 7:43 pm
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Remember, lads, that potato peeling ISIS chap worked at Morrisons. Coincidence?
>> No. 21813 Anonymous
2nd January 2016
Saturday 3:59 pm
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eskimo CLOTH.
>> No. 21814 Anonymous
2nd January 2016
Saturday 4:15 pm
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On my table, Cloth!
>> No. 21815 Anonymous
3rd January 2016
Sunday 2:37 pm
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>>21524
He seemed to appear in the Al Shabbab video that was posted online yesterday, heralding the recent words of mister Trump.
>> No. 21896 Anonymous
9th January 2016
Saturday 1:10 pm
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Levelage.
>> No. 22210 Anonymous
7th March 2016
Monday 7:20 pm
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My girlfriend's mum always calls it Lidls.
>> No. 22362 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 9:43 am
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>>22210
See also: Tesco's, ASDA's. Usage of such terms seems to be strongly correlated with class, so I can use it as a reliable indicator when judging strangers.
>> No. 22363 Anonymous
2nd April 2016
Saturday 9:50 am
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>>22210>>22362

I think it does make a bit of sense in some way.

Many shops are named as a possession of the original owner or family, hence the apostrophe in "Sainsbury's". It's very natural for people to refer to shops and businesses in this way, so it tends to get extended to other shops which aren't named this way.
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