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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby CailenBraern » Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:56 pm

Boring family exchange.

"I'm going to the loo."
"Toodle doo"
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby ZebraWarriorPrincess » Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:59 pm

My Dad says Toodle-doo. Think (and hope) he's joking though
It's a psychological analogy

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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby CailenBraern » Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:01 pm

Why's that? It's just a silly way of saying goodbye.
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby ZebraWarriorPrincess » Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:12 pm

He says it in the 'turtle' voice (croaky old man). It just adds another layer of silliness to the whole thing
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby CailenBraern » Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:12 pm

Ah yis, fair point.
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby Peaches » Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:03 am

We don't have tables for lunch :P We just used to sit outside in the sunshine :)

I used to say bathroom at school and got paid out massively for it. So now, I just say the 'ladies' :D
"Item 4 on the agenda: Stuff you!"

"Who else? Mur.. Ray... Oh. Greg's written this, he's put the R's too far apart. It's Murray.. Murray present"


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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby nonchalant obsession » Fri Jul 10, 2009 3:42 am

One of the older ladies at my work calls it the "little room". That cracks me up. :D Restroom is the business term for it here. Some signs in airports say Lavatory but I've never called it that in my life. :hrmpf:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby jillbean » Fri Jul 10, 2009 3:59 am

Peaches wrote:
jillbean wrote:
SheWolf wrote:I am a Brit slang afficianado - my fave terms are wonky, dodgy and bolshy. I also admire the way simultaneous is pronounced in the UK & NZ vs. US. However vitamin as opposed to vyytamin will always sound ridiculous to me, as does the UK pronounciation of herb and filet (can you tell I've been watching a bit of Jamie Oliver?)



I am a fan of wonky and dodgy as well; bolshy is a new one for me, how is it used?


Bolshy is like saying, oh that girl over there yelling and being outlandish...she's quite bolshy! (brave)


Ah, gotchya!

I will add that to my bank along with "salty" (when someone is being cranky) and sketchy.

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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby Faith » Fri Jul 10, 2009 6:05 am

In the US (or at least TX) we say scone S-CONE. Apparently the proper way to say it scone is S-CON, or at least that's what all the UK people I met told me.

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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby Peaches » Fri Jul 10, 2009 6:09 am

We Aussies say Scon...not S-Cone....
"Item 4 on the agenda: Stuff you!"

"Who else? Mur.. Ray... Oh. Greg's written this, he's put the R's too far apart. It's Murray.. Murray present"


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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby CailenBraern » Fri Jul 10, 2009 6:45 am

I say both, because I constantly forget what the proper British way is.
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby ZebraWarriorPrincess » Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:11 am

I can't remember either, but usually go with scon.
This thread is making me hungry for a cream tea. :D
It's a psychological analogy

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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby biscuit » Fri Jul 10, 2009 11:42 am

As for toilet: I prefer crapper, lav or shitter :D

































not really... I use the little girl's room :eyelashes:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby ZebraWarriorPrincess » Fri Jul 10, 2009 11:45 am

Shitter can also mean arse though... as in 'up the...'

Trap is a good word, though my boyfriend prefers bog :D
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby biscuit » Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:06 pm

God, I really hate those nasty words for it :lol: Even bog...

I guess the direction it goes in will decide whether we're talking bum or toilet. As in 'up the shitter' or 'down the shitter'
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