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Posted by Lira on Jan-29-2016 03:06:

I can't tell if it's a reference to drug withdrawal or buttsex, because it could well be either

(or if I'm way off the mark )


Posted by Alex on Jan-29-2016 03:13:

I just made it up, and it's a reference to buttsex, but after a trusty google search I have discovered that it's a drug thing on Urban Dictionary.


Posted by Silky Johnson on Jan-29-2016 03:21:

Omg I want those shoes.


Posted by Jon_Snow on Jan-29-2016 03:32:

I wasn't looking at the shoes /creep


Posted by Alex on Jan-29-2016 03:50:

She doesn't look like she has kids, IGK, jeez.

/classic jab at IGK


Posted by Silky Johnson on Jan-29-2016 03:57:


Posted by Lira on Jan-29-2016 05:37:

quote:
Originally posted by Jon_Snow
I wasn't looking at the shoes /creep

I won't lie, sometimes my eyes slip, but I just can't stop looking at her footwork... It's mesmerising! And given the size of her sports bra and my infatuation with breasts, that's saying something
quote:
Originally posted by Silky Johnson
Omg I want those shoes.

Wish granted (for a little over C$ 110)!
quote:
Originally posted by Alex
I just made it up, and it's a reference to buttsex, but after a trusty google search I have discovered that it's a drug thing on Urban Dictionary.

It sounds way too awesome not to be a reference to buttsex though... I'm not using "crack attack" in any other way from now on! And if she's into crack attacks, then that's a cause I'm sure we can all get behind


Posted by Jon_Snow on Jan-29-2016 15:04:

Lira, I appreciate the in-depth analysis but I was j/k. Besides I can't see through flannel no matter how hard I tried to leer.

Alex that was a good one.


Posted by Alex on Jan-30-2016 01:24:

Just got new glasses, and I like them, but I'm having just a little bit of trouble reading shit on the PC.

Books, kindle, TV, phone and stuff all looks good.

Anyone know how long I should try and get used to these things before I go back to the store or doctor (shit I hope not) to have them adjusted?


Posted by Zoso on Jan-30-2016 02:20:

quote:
Originally posted by Alex
Just got new glasses, and I like them, but I'm having just a little bit of trouble reading shit on the PC.

Books, kindle, TV, phone and stuff all looks good.

Anyone know how long I should try and get used to these things before I go back to the store or doctor (shit I hope not) to have them adjusted?


How much did the scrip change?


Posted by Lira on Feb-01-2016 07:31:

God, I hate English sometimes.

I was watching a stand-up comedian, and this guy called heckles him. "What's your name?" the comedian asks. "Craig", he says. "Funny", I think, it sounded like "Cregg". "Wait, is the 'ai' in 'Craig' like 'paid' or 'plaid'?" I wonder. And it turns out not even the natives can agree on that!

I swear I'm going to name my son Craig just so I can see the world burn. Or my daughter. You can't stop me now


Posted by Sushipunk on Feb-01-2016 08:56:

quote:
Originally posted by Lira
God, I hate English sometimes.

I was watching a stand-up comedian, and this guy called heckles him. "What's your name?" the comedian asks. "Craig", he says. "Funny", I think, it sounded like "Cregg". "Wait, is the 'ai' in 'Craig' like 'paid' or 'plaid'?" I wonder. And it turns out not even the natives can agree on that!

I swear I'm going to name my son Craig just so I can see the world burn. Or my daughter. You can't stop me now


I speak English, just a variant of it. Have fun with that

The "ai" sound for Craig, for me, is like "paid", and more like the southern parts of England. "Cregg" would be northern English, or Scottish.

"Plaid" to me is weird. I know the word because of the movie 'Spaceballs' (they've gone to plaid!).

American maybe? It should be "tartan", the traditional Scottish garb.

Just dropped in to complicate things!


Posted by Lira on Feb-01-2016 18:48:

Ooooh, it makes sense then! It happened in Glasgow, so it IS Scottish!

As for plaid, I didn't know I could say "tartan shirt". I knew the word, but I had always seen the expression "plaid shirt" instead, so I thought it was one of those fixed-phrases (like in Portuguese we say something similar to "chequered", but in isolation the word just refer to "checkers"). And I mispronounced it for years, as I thought it rhymed with paid.

I've had so many surprised I don't think I'd be shocked if you told me "Stu" is pronounced just like "Dave"


Posted by enydo on Feb-07-2016 03:45:

new Beyonce is the shiiiiit


Posted by Trance-M on Feb-09-2016 10:12:

quote:
Originally posted by enydo
new Beyonce is the shiiiiit


I wish you better music on your birthday, congrats and enjoy the day!


Posted by enydo on Feb-09-2016 15:36:

LOL

thanks I guess


Posted by Trance-M on Feb-09-2016 20:00:

quote:
Originally posted by enydo
LOL

thanks I guess


Wait, you liked that track?

In that case enjoy it and still have a nice birthday


Posted by DJ RANN on Feb-09-2016 21:20:

quote:
Originally posted by Lira
Ooooh, it makes sense then! It happened in Glasgow, so it IS Scottish!

As for plaid, I didn't know I could say "tartan shirt". I knew the word, but I had always seen the expression "plaid shirt" instead, so I thought it was one of those fixed-phrases (like in Portuguese we say something similar to "chequered", but in isolation the word just refer to "checkers"). And I mispronounced it for years, as I thought it rhymed with paid.

I've had so many surprised I don't think I'd be shocked if you told me "Stu" is pronounced just like "Dave"


Glaswegian is basically it's own language. My best mate is from Glasgow so I'm fluent now but after speaking to him for even 10 minutes sometimes I catch myself questioning if I'm properly pronouncing in English anymore.

One of the most bizarre ones:

Brilliant.

He pronounces: Briw, Yent (yes, with a very slight pause between the syllables and a little bit of a roll on the "br".


Posted by Alex on Feb-09-2016 21:52:


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Posted by Lira on Feb-12-2016 07:35:

(If you don't get it, her name is "Laura")

I woke up in the middle of the night groaning at my brain's dad joke.

It's just occurred to me that my brother's first girlfriend was a music major... And we pronounce her name "Louder".


quote:
Originally posted by DJ RANN
Glaswegian is basically it's own language. My best mate is from Glasgow so I'm fluent now but after speaking to him for even 10 minutes sometimes I catch myself questioning if I'm properly pronouncing in English anymore.

One of the most bizarre ones:

Brilliant.

He pronounces: Briw, Yent (yes, with a very slight pause between the syllables and a little bit of a roll on the "br".

HUahuaha, wow.

We tend to do something similar here (I'd say "roe" instead of "roll", but "briw-yent" takes it to a whole new level


Posted by Vector A on Feb-13-2016 12:52:


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