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>> No. 5003 Anonymous
6th September 2011
Tuesday 6:40 pm
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>> No. 29492 Anonymous
4th February 2020
Tuesday 1:24 pm
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Today I heard someone refer to squash as "dilute pop".
>> No. 29636 Anonymous
6th March 2020
Friday 6:42 pm
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Apparently in West Yorkshire 'poop' means fart rather than shit.
>> No. 29637 Anonymous
6th March 2020
Friday 7:44 pm
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>>29636

I just had a West Yorkshire poop, but my undies are not in West Yorkshire so they are now filled with poop.
>> No. 29639 Anonymous
9th March 2020
Monday 12:21 pm
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As far as I'm aware the WHO named the coronavirus "Covid-19", but people keep writing it as "COVID-19", "CoViD-19" or the proper way, sometimes even writing it differently between paragraphs.
>> No. 29640 Anonymous
9th March 2020
Monday 12:55 pm
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>>29639
Or if you want to be a sarcastic online teenager, "cOvId-19"
>> No. 29641 Anonymous
9th March 2020
Monday 3:11 pm
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>>29639
>As far as I'm aware the WHO named the coronavirus "Covid-19", but people keep writing it as "COVID-19"
u fkin wot m8
>> No. 29687 Anonymous
27th March 2020
Friday 1:06 am
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People who keep spelling martial law as marshall law, as if they expect Eminem to show up and start running things.
>> No. 29688 Anonymous
27th March 2020
Friday 1:17 am
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>>29687

The Chinese virus needs Chinese solutions
>> No. 29710 Anonymous
28th March 2020
Saturday 6:27 pm
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Americans writing "Antifa" as though it was an acronym (i.e. ANTIFA). I can accept any other variation, but this one is irritating.
>> No. 29713 Anonymous
29th March 2020
Sunday 12:22 pm
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>>29687
I've also noticed people spelling metre as "meter". Fucking Americanisms.
>> No. 29754 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 8:22 am
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>>29710

The pronunciation an-TI-fa also annoys me.
>> No. 29756 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 8:34 am
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>>29754
An-TIE-Fa? Never heard that. It's always an-TEE-fa, isn't it?
>> No. 29761 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 11:18 am
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>>29756

Either way, they're stressing the wrong syllable.
>> No. 29767 Anonymous
4th April 2020
Saturday 12:57 am
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I've just discovered the popular book and TV series is called Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids and not Grisly Tales, and I'm apoplectic. It's not even the right word.
>> No. 29808 Anonymous
18th April 2020
Saturday 10:54 am
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Mikerscope.
>> No. 29829 Anonymous
21st April 2020
Tuesday 1:51 am
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>>29808
You made this up. I refuse to believe this has happened.
>> No. 29838 Anonymous
21st April 2020
Tuesday 11:18 pm
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>>29829
I've heard it before so that's at least two of us.

I also dislike spelling the abbreviation of Microphone "mike" as in "miked up". Should be "mic'd up".
>> No. 29942 Anonymous
8th May 2020
Friday 8:49 am
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Vegerble.
>> No. 30014 Anonymous
16th May 2020
Saturday 5:34 pm
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Srawberry.
>> No. 30015 Anonymous
16th May 2020
Saturday 5:58 pm
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Heighth. I watch loads of engineering-related videos on YouTube and it's amazing how many educated people say it.
>> No. 30016 Anonymous
16th May 2020
Saturday 6:46 pm
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I'm seeing "Venepuncture" written as "Venapuncher" so often lately that it's beginning to scare me.
>> No. 30025 Anonymous
17th May 2020
Sunday 10:02 pm
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>>30015
I haven't read A Clockwork Orange in two decades but still remember it using that spelling "the very heighth of fashion". I know some words from that filtered out so maybe it was an influence?
>> No. 30026 Anonymous
17th May 2020
Sunday 10:09 pm
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An ongoing project is not a working progress.
>> No. 30027 Anonymous
17th May 2020
Sunday 10:39 pm
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>>30025

I think it's just an error of logic. Length, width, depth, breadth - surely the next one in the sequence can't be "height", can it? Unfortunately for those logical engineering types, the English language is a shitshow.
>> No. 30046 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 11:40 am
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>>5003
I heard a woman say "electronical" on a zoom meeting. I nearly choked on my cuppa laughing.
>> No. 30300 Anonymous
13th June 2020
Saturday 2:10 pm
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Codified/codification, but said like the fish. Seppos are absolutely the worst for that one.
>> No. 30301 Anonymous
13th June 2020
Saturday 4:16 pm
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Covid, but the way Michael Gove says it.
>> No. 30303 Anonymous
16th June 2020
Tuesday 12:16 pm
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If your name is "Louis" I'm pronouncing the French way, not my fault your mum and dad can't spell.
>> No. 30348 Anonymous
22nd June 2020
Monday 9:44 am
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The automated message for Nationwide talks of "unpresidented" times.
>> No. 30350 Anonymous
22nd June 2020
Monday 12:03 pm
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>>30348
One of the most amazing developments in the last 4 years is the rise of mobile banking and being able to send them a message through the app and them responding within the hour when they get round to it rather than sitting on a shit hold hotline.

Somebody sent something to me saying they hope I'm well in these 'unpresidented times'. The thing with this one is it's not the pronunciation that annoys me, because I can see how somebody might make that mistake, it's the fact people spell that out and don't think it looks weird.
>> No. 30351 Anonymous
22nd June 2020
Monday 12:45 pm
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>>30348>>30350
Well we don't have a president, lads, I don't know what you're complaining about.
>> No. 30353 Anonymous
22nd June 2020
Monday 1:44 pm
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>>30351
Not with that kind of attitude.
>> No. 30355 Anonymous
22nd June 2020
Monday 2:45 pm
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Priminister.
>> No. 30381 Anonymous
25th June 2020
Thursday 2:03 pm
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I don't care if "spill the tea" is an actual saying. Using it instead of "spill the beans" is just plain wrong.
>> No. 30411 Anonymous
28th June 2020
Sunday 7:15 pm
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Bubbling point.
>> No. 30512 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 1:32 pm
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"ash-felt"
>> No. 30513 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 2:00 pm
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>>30512

That totally makes sense as being the root of the word if you know nothing about road construction.
>> No. 30572 Anonymous
2nd August 2020
Sunday 5:13 pm
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Absolutely no one is saying "arse" anymore. "Ass" has won the day, I'm gutted.
>> No. 30574 Anonymous
2nd August 2020
Sunday 5:59 pm
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>>30572
American culture bleed is the worst.
>> No. 30577 Anonymous
2nd August 2020
Sunday 6:52 pm
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>>30572
U wot m8. I'm southern and I find it awkward to say ass. It feels like I'm putting on a northern accent.
>> No. 30579 Anonymous
2nd August 2020
Sunday 8:16 pm
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>>30574
Next thing you know fag and fanny will change meaning.
>> No. 30593 Anonymous
4th August 2020
Tuesday 11:18 am
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>>30572
Being pissed now means being pissed off, not pissed as in drunk. That's annoying. I think the worst part of all of this is that it isn't really something coming creatively through language use, just from a diet of shite American TV.
>> No. 30594 Anonymous
4th August 2020
Tuesday 11:31 am
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>>30579
I already know people that refer to trousers as "pants", and nappies as "diapers".
>> No. 30600 Anonymous
4th August 2020
Tuesday 8:10 pm
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>>30594
>I already know people that refer to trousers as "pants"

Hence "underpants"
>> No. 30601 Anonymous
4th August 2020
Tuesday 8:17 pm
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>>30600
Underwear predates underpants and is more inclusive. Keep your Seppo slang.
>> No. 30602 Anonymous
4th August 2020
Tuesday 8:26 pm
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>>30601

And you can keep your bra and your paranoia; they've always been called pants in my region.

Also: don't go anywhere near the west country in earshot of a child addressing their mother, lest ye have yerself an aneurysm.
>> No. 30650 Anonymous
9th August 2020
Sunday 8:31 am
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>i could careless
They're taking it to the next level.
>> No. 30651 Anonymous
9th August 2020
Sunday 8:58 am
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>>30650

Americans often take the subtleties of the British language for granite.
>> No. 30653 Anonymous
9th August 2020
Sunday 1:33 pm
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The worst one is when they say "intergal".
>> No. 30822 Anonymous
15th September 2020
Tuesday 10:31 am
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Coronovirus.

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