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Johnny Dollar
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Joined: Oct 01, 2003
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From: Baltimore, Maryland, PNG
Posted: 2004-11-09 12:59 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2004-11-09 12:57, Kon-Hemsby wrote:
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.............I want Tiki for my Bunghole!
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[ This Message was edited by: Kon-Hemsby on 2004-11-09 12:57 ]



good way to end up with a 'minging' tiki...
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Formikahini
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Joined: Aug 22, 2002
Posts: 1499
From: Houston, Texotica
Posted: 2004-11-09 3:37 pm   Permalink

!!DAMN!!!

NOW I know what I wish I'd been for Halloween!! It woulda been so EASY!!

(Ok, extremely obscure, but still! DAMN!!)


 
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cynfulcynner
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Joined: Mar 24, 2002
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From: Ocean Beach, San Francisco
Posted: 2004-11-09 3:40 pm   Permalink

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On 2004-11-09 15:37, Formikahini wrote:
NOW I know what I wish I'd been for Halloween!! It woulda been so EASY!!



Yeah, but everyone would just mistake you for Nick Rhodes.


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Gigantalope
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From: Shinola, California
Posted: 2004-11-09 6:39 pm   Permalink

Minge...(along with Gusset and Quim) it's a British slang term for vagina, and thus the phrase.


As for bad smells...it never stops with them. My fave is "Dame Judy" for a bad smell...which you should be able to figure out.




 
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Trader Woody
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
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From: Tiki Manor, Forest of Bowland,UK
Posted: 2004-11-10 05:44 am   Permalink

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On 2004-11-09 18:39, Gigantalope wrote:
Minge...(along with Gusset and Quim) it's a British slang term for vagina, and thus the phrase.



Gusset is actually the part of a pair of panties that connects the front and back. It covers the minge.

The word that causes the greatest trans-Atlantic hilarity over here is 'fanny'. In North America this is the 'butt' while over here it's the 'beaver'. The Mountain Equipment Co-op of Vancouver were forced to change their catalogue when it was pointed out that their fannypack section was causing untold mirth on this side of the pond. Eg. "This fanny is big enough to carry a pair of binoculars, a small thermos and a packed lunch"

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Kon-Hemsby
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From: Andover, England
Posted: 2004-11-10 06:08 am   Permalink

LOL - Trader Woody
did you try and get in as many 'fanny, beaver, minge, butt' as possible in that post!




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This is a Chav free zone


 
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Johnny Dollar
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From: Baltimore, Maryland, PNG
Posted: 2004-11-10 06:43 am   Permalink

lemon curry - ?

 
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Gigantalope
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From: Shinola, California
Posted: 2004-11-10 08:09 am   Permalink

Fannys and Beavers and Minge...oh my.

Being more blunt (as gigantalopes will) I find the frequent use of the "C" word in the UK most funny.

The first time I brought my prim little wife over, myfriend and his wife were using it (C word) constantly...in every way you can imagine.

I assumed my wife would be mad or upset, so tried to point out that is was quite a vulgar term where we live, and typically not yelled audably while merging in traffic or ordering food.

The woman said (with a pretty scots brogue) "If they denna like te be called a cunt, they shuldne act cuntish."
I laughed so hard I almost pee'd...it kinda broke the tension...and after being around two weeks of that, my wife now uses the word periodically herself...

Vulgar I admit, but a period of personal growth you understand.

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Kon-Hemsby
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From: Andover, England
Posted: 2004-11-10 08:37 am   Permalink

Not a word generally used in polite conversation. But it can be funny is the right context, especially as in your example.

I do beleive that it is very popular in Chav circles along with the expresion '..yeah but, no but..innit'


 
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Trader Woody
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From: Tiki Manor, Forest of Bowland,UK
Posted: 2004-11-10 10:38 am   Permalink

When you arrive at Heathrow airport, a great way to get on the good side of the taxi driver is to say, "Take me to Trader Vic's, you cockney c___".

(*joke*)

Peter Cook and Dudley Moore were the masters of the word. Here's a link to an mp3 file where the C-word is used profusely. It takes a while to kick in, and then in the words of the website "soon descends into the Dudley Moore sweary-cuntathon that is "This Bloke Come Up To Me"

http://stabbers.truth.posiweb.net/stabbers/audio/derek_and_clive/Peter_Cook_+_Derek_&_Clive_+_Worst_Job_He_Ever_Had_+_wwwDOTstabbersORG.mp3

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(Swearing is my hobby)


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cynfulcynner
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Joined: Mar 24, 2002
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From: Ocean Beach, San Francisco
Posted: 2004-11-10 11:23 am   Permalink

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On 2004-11-10 05:44, Trader Woody wrote:
The word that causes the greatest trans-Atlantic hilarity over here is 'fanny'. In North America this is the 'butt' while over here it's the 'beaver'.



What's the deal with "bloody?" It seems to be a swear word in the UK but not in the US.


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atomictonytiki
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Joined: May 14, 2002
Posts: 1277
From: Bangkok
Posted: 2004-11-10 4:02 pm   Permalink

'kin hell, yanks discussing CHAVs and CUNTs what is the world comming too. We in scotland describe our identically dressed sheep people in the East coast as SCHEMIES (coz the live in council schemes) and in the west as NEDS (an acronym for Non-Educated Delinquents).


 
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johntiki
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Joined: Mar 31, 2002
Posts: 1525
From: MD
Posted: 2004-11-10 5:35 pm   Permalink

I can't believe this topic has been going on this long and no one has mentioned Cockney rhyming slang...now that's some wacky stuff!

I wanna get the chuffin' Gypsy Nell aahhht of 'ere, Crust of Bread over ter the Near and Far and Tiddley Win' a few Britney Spears!


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Formikahini
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Joined: Aug 22, 2002
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From: Houston, Texotica
Posted: 2004-11-10 5:59 pm   Permalink

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[i]On 2004-11-10 11:23, cynfulcynner wrote: What's the deal with "bloody?" It seems to be a swear word in the UK but not in the US.

I believe it was once considered blasphemy. It refers to Christ's blood, thus it's refering to his death in vain (even more flippant, therefore, than referring to his name in vain).

Kiss kiss,
Nick Rhodes

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Trader Woody
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From: Tiki Manor, Forest of Bowland,UK
Posted: 2004-11-11 01:13 am   Permalink

'Bloody' is regarded as such a low octane swear word that it isn't really a swear word at all. It's the sort of thing that an old granny would use complaining about the price of meat at the butchers, so it's really not one that could cause offense.

My (mildy religious) grandmother came to visit us when we lived in the US and complained that we kept saying 'Jeez', which she took as being short for Jesus. I guess she was right? Who knows? I don't recall anyone else being upset about the use of the word.

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