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  • #1206615
    AvatarDaftFader
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    irks is my new word … it aparently means vexes … “you really irk me” = “you really vex me”

    #1206576
    AvatarAnonymous

    Calling someone a ‘Tit Rat’ has always been fun. Haven’t a scoobies what it means though, but I’m sure it’s not a compliment of sorts…

    #1206602
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    @DaftFader 351540 wrote:

    irks is my new word … it aparently means vexes … “you really irk me” = “you really vex me”

    Old words are always the best.

    #1206679
    AvatarTheLostOne
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    Jiffy

    #1206592
    Avatarspage
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    ha ha ha 🙂

    #1206657
    AvatarMr Mojo Risin
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    cuntychops – everyones cuntychops at the minute. ‘oi, cuntychops, its your round/line’ etc etc i must try move on to something a bit less vulgar as the lassies hate me calling them it 😀

    i saw a dude the other day in ayr town centre with a ‘fannybaws’ (that was THE word for a while a couple of yrs bk)t shirt on, what made me laugh! the decal on it had a fanny with a set of balls hanging from it with his mug photo in each ball! class!

    #1206684
    AvatarBuzz
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    slick

    #1206562
    AvatarAnonymous

    vexed
    I am VEXED!!

    #1206616
    AvatarDaftFader
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    @Cosmic_Energy 352783 wrote:

    vexed
    I am VEXED!!

    No you’re “Irked” 😉

    #1206681
    Avatarmishap
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    @Cosmic_Energy 352783 wrote:

    vexed
    I am VEXED!!

    [YT][/YT]

    raaa

    #1206566
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    bumbulum – Latin for a fart.

    Roland the Farter of Suffolk once got a entire estate the King in return for the below performance. The location still exists, just outside Ipswich!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_the_Farter

    hemingstone – Google Maps

    Seriantia que quondam fuit Rollandi le Pettour in Hemingeston in comitatu Suff’, pro qua debuit facere die Natali Domini singulis annis coram domino rege unum saltum et sifflettum et unum bumbulum, que alienata fuit per particulas subscriptas.

    The following (lands), which formerly were held of Roland the Farter in Hemingston in the county of Suffolk, for which he was obliged to perform every year on the birthday of our Lord before his master the king, one jump, one whistle, and one fart, were alienated in accordance with these specific requirements

    – Liber Feodorum. The Book of Fees, Commonly Called Testa de Nevill: Part 2, A.D. 1242-1293, ed. H.C.M. Lyte (London: His Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1923), 1174

    #1206588
    AvatarTank Girl
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    content

    has been used alot this week

    #1206665
    Avatarjoshd96320
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    tired
    hot chocolate
    40p
    fuck that
    “ryan, shut up.”

    have been words of the week i think 🙂

    these are all positively said btw..

    #1206645
    Avatarp0ly
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    MONEY!!!!!!!

    #1206617
    AvatarDaftFader
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    @joshd96320 353167 wrote:

    “ryan, shut up.”

    positively said

    In context “ryan, shut up, you know i love you”?

    #1206667
    Avatarjoshd96320
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    :laugh_at:

    nah this is one of my mates that when he gets bored he gets so annoying you want to kill him

    #1206647
    Avatarp0ly
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    WORSE!!! WOOOOORSEEEEE!

    #1206604
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    Cunny.

    #1206590
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    metropolis

    #1206619
    AvatarDaftFader
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    FlipMo

    #1206606
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    Thankee-Sai

    #1206669
    Avatarjoshd96320
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    shisha
    expedition
    lork

    #1206583
    AvatarAngel
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    I do :weee:

    #1206621
    AvatarDaftFader
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    @Angel 376300 wrote:

    I do :weee:

    raaa

    #1206567
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    de oehoe (NL) = an eagle owl (UK)

    (it is a good word as it helps me remember how to pronounce this combination of vowels) 😉

    http://www.natuurinformatie.nl/ndb.wnf/natuurdatabase.nl/i000791.html

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