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Postby Doive » 08 Sep 2006, 15:23

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I used the other day for the first time in ages. In our student flat it was often shouted when something good happened. My flatmate would say:

'The local pub has Atlas Nimbus on handpump'.

'Ah, chicken' we would reply in unison.

And suchforth. Sadly since leaving the flat the useage has diminished somewhat, largely on account of it not being used in regular conversation. Shame.

Anyone else got any bizarre things they say when something good/bad/odd happens to them?
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Postby Shellysowner » 08 Sep 2006, 15:49

When I say something is "bitchin'" (which frankly isn't that often) I mean that it's good. When my housemate says something is "bitchin'", he means that it's bad.

(Clearly mine is the correct useage).

When referring to persons of the female persuasion, we will always rate them out of 18,000 (forints - long story) so 'she's a 10' is a very bad thing indeed.

They're the only odd/unusual things I can think of.
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Postby Neilyman » 08 Sep 2006, 16:55

From a while ago.............

If a Buxom young wench, or old wench for that matter was `spied` by one of the group of mates, he would call out "JOHNNIE", the reaction was for everyone to have a good look/letch etc!

It all stemmed from Johnnie Mathis = Maffis =`Massive`, in relation to her ample rack! :roll:

Dunno how it all started though, it wasn`t me, I`m no privet :P
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Postby Chevette Girl » 13 Sep 2006, 03:47

My other half's fond of saying "As befits one of your station." when someone whines about something they should be doing something about rather than complaining...

"jedrool" is our group's term for someone who is actively stupid ...
"spooge" refers to waste ("I spooged three bucks on this piece of crap") or someone who's doing something stupid and oughtta know better ("Dan, quit being a spooge and press the enter key!", and "rancid spooge" refers to someone who's just a waste of skin... (ie, newbies on Battlefield 2)

I'm sure I'll think of all the other random things we regularly say just as soon as I log off...

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Postby spyke » 17 Sep 2006, 20:00

cillit bang at work means like properjob or good idea

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