Word of the day...

Discussion in 'Trivia' started by Gato_Solo, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. greenfreak New Member

    Queef, what else? :D
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  2. Leslie Communistrator

    ditto :D
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  3. paul_valaru would you like to bite my... 100% Pure Canadian Beef


    ok, ME TOOO!!!!!!!

    (does it ever change?)
  4. greenfreak New Member

    Ah memories. Those were the days I was so addicted that I would check OTC before I even went to work, and then constantly throughout the day.
  5. Professur I'm just a fungii. Well-Known Member

    I was reading an older review of a porn flick, and they mentionned an anal queef. Needless to say, that magazine is now ashes. Sorry guys, but if you don't know that an anal queef is a fart, you're too dumb to be published.
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  7. Inkara1 To err is human. To arr is pirate. Well-Known Member

    Anal queef probably has a nicer connotation... or a dirtier one.
  8. Mare See, Hear, Speak, NO EVIL! New Member

    Flabbergated

    : to overwhelm with shock, surprise, or wonder
  9. Inkara1 To err is human. To arr is pirate. Well-Known Member

    Do you mean flabberghasted, by any chance?
  10. Mare See, Hear, Speak, NO EVIL! New Member


    :grinyes: thanks
  11. Mare See, Hear, Speak, NO EVIL! New Member

    prospicient (pros-PISH-uhnt) adjective

    Having foresight.
  12. chcr We're dancing for once! Too cute for words

    [pedanticman]flabbergasted[/pedanticman]

    *eye halve a spelling chequer...* :lol:
  13. Gato_Solo Bard of Mary Kay Out-freaking-standing OTC member

    Yeeshbah...
  14. Mare See, Hear, Speak, NO EVIL! New Member

    Niddering (NID-uhr-ing)

    A coward or wretch.
  15. greenfreak New Member

    I stay away from any word that sounds like the "N" word. I once had a misunderstanding with someone at work about that.

    Ever see Monty Python and the Holy Grail? You know the part where they're at the castle and John Cleese is telling them their father was a hampster and their mother smells like elderberry? He says something like "You and your silly English kinnigits!" It's funny because he's mispronouncing "knights" by saying "kinnigits".

    Well, I was joking with someone about movies and stuff and we were repeating lines from movies and I called him a silly kinnigit. The guy next to him was like "WHAT did you call him?!" so I repeated myself. The guy though I called him something else, and it just so happens he was black. Neither of them had seen any Monty Python movie.

    I actually had to play the wav file to prove to him that I didn't just call someone a racist slur. :rolleyes:
  16. HomeLAN Apparently, they'll let anyone be a New Member

    Gotta love touchy coworkers, doncha?
  17. SouthernN'Proud Fighting oppressive Warshinton gubmint since 1861 Southern Discomfort

    No. That's too close to living my life to someone else's standards for my comfort. I refuse.
  18. Professur I'm just a fungii. Well-Known Member

    That, right there, is one of the things I do actually like about being an anglo working in quebec. Anything like that is always considered a translation faux pas.
  19. greenfreak New Member

    Funny thing was, the guy who I said it to is black but the guy who misheard and was miffed about it wasn't.

    So I made both of them rent MPATHG that weekend. Neither one of them "got" the humor. If you don't get a chuckle out of that movie, you have bigger problems than your hearing. ;)
  20. chcr We're dancing for once! Too cute for words

    "Bringez le vache!"

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