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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby Ozpot » Wed Jul 29, 2009 4:49 am

SuzyBatt wrote:
Ozpot wrote: I've heard people say washroom, bathroom, restroom, ladies room, or men's room.

What about toilet? Or my favourite, turlet (don't they say that back East?)

Ozpot wrote: Oh yes, and in Canada, we call a cola a 'pop'. Sort of like soda pop but just pop.

Do you ever say 'soft drink' or is that just a Quebec thing? A Montreal thing?


Usually I just say toilet occasionally, I don't hear other people say it. :lol:
Nah, I think it's a Quebec thing. I just say pop.
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby Peaches » Wed Jul 29, 2009 4:51 am

Ozpot wrote:
Also, is "catch my fat" a British slang phrase? o_o I have a friend from Wales who says it, in the way of "catch my drift". Like, "I'm going to stay at his house tonight, if you catch my fat."
Maybe my friend says it to weird me out... :rolleyes:

Oh, and I love saying yonks instead of years.


Catch my fat!? :shock:

The term 'crack a fat' is slang for having an erection!
"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 Ozpot » Wed Jul 29, 2009 4:52 am

:rolls:
Oh, uh. I don't know. Only she says it.
I am guessing it is just made up.
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby Peaches » Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:04 am

Just make sure she doesn't say it in Australia!
"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 VaiVedrai » Wed Jul 29, 2009 3:24 pm

SuzyBatt wrote:
Ozpot wrote: I've heard people say washroom, bathroom, restroom, ladies room, or men's room.

What about toilet? Or my favourite, turlet (don't they say that back East?)
East...in the United States. I've heard it in New England/the Tri-State Area (NY, NJ, Delaware, sometimes PA sneaks in).
If you don't know the answer, change the question.
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby kellysouthpaw » Wed Jul 29, 2009 4:12 pm

Here's one I just thought of:

British: Tosser/wanker
American: Jerk

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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby biscuit » Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:11 pm

That's interesting :nod: Because they're all referring to masterbation, but are used as loser/idiot/SOB et cetera :)

And the double meaning of toss (the original meaning being throw) can have hilarious results.I once heard this guy talk about something he read on a pack of raisins. "For a nice change try tossing over your cereal." :rolls:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby vmh » Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:51 pm

biscuit wrote:And the double meaning of toss (the original meaning being throw) can have hilarious results.I once heard this guy talk about something he read on a pack of raisins. "For a nice change try tossing over your cereal." :rolls:


:shock:

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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby biscuit » Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:54 pm

I know :lol: He was like 'I don't think so, mate!' :lol:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby ZebraWarriorPrincess » Wed Jul 29, 2009 6:15 pm

Lightly tossed salad also funny :D
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby curlisue » Wed Jul 29, 2009 7:53 pm

A few years ago my nephew (about 6 then) was being pushed on a swing by his dad, when he shouted out loudly "Dad, you're jerking me off!" the swing, that was :lol:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby biscuit » Wed Jul 29, 2009 7:58 pm

:roll2: I guess it's true; kids do say the darndest things :lol:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby curlisue » Wed Jul 29, 2009 8:06 pm

:lol: and the most embarassing, my lad went through a phase of saying his dad was at the pub, even at 10 in the morning or to the health visitor :oops: btw he never was, he'd have loved the chance though
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby biscuit » Wed Jul 29, 2009 8:08 pm

:rolls:

My younger brother told everyone on our street that our dad was a hobo. He also told people that our mum used to beat him (my brother) with a tennis racket :shock:
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Re: Inspired by spaghetti hoops

Postby curlisue » Wed Jul 29, 2009 8:14 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:

I bet your mum was tempted to after that :lol: maybe we should start an 'embarrassing things that kids say' thread, I could fill a few lines for sure :roll:
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