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Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by CountRockula, Mar 13, 2002.

  1. CountRockula

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    Oner

    Discussion started by CountRockula - Mar 13, 2002

    does anybody else think that this suffix is mad played, or is it just me?

    it sounds kid of wack too, no offense to anybody or anything....

    fuck it me mad drunk.....
     
  2. wrkr

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    wrkr - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    sometimes, when it doesnt make sense it's kinda lame.

    sometimes, it's a inventive new word.

    :)
     
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    Pistol - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    I started using it back in 91 and I know I wasn't the first. So after how many years?
    The real question is "Is there such a thing as a oner" anymore after the massive amounts of people writing knowadays.
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    i think its lost all it intended effect , most cats dont even know what it was first intended to mean , so now its more like just a statement that we use at the end of our name , not for what it first meant , but for what it means now .........but yeah oner is old, but if someone uses some other suffix that catches on its just gonna get played out too..........just add on any prefix , or suffix you want like 'erific' or 'sicle' do what you like , but originality , if it even exists anymore , is the key
     
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    onerismskerocker
     
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    9ign - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    So, I'm assuming that the original meaning was to denote a one-liner, right? You talk about 'what it means now'... what does it mean now?

    peace,
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    oner - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    yes.
     
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    sorry, but it seems you're played out. how's that feel?
     
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    Sinister - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    Its old school and yeah most people don't know what it means.
     
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    i have been for awhile now. it's commonplace, which is comfortable. ahhhhh, played out: w/ my mind on my oner and my oner on my mind.
     
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    JoeHatesCops - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    it means a writer without a crew, that what I always thought,but what is the pronuciation, alotta of people, pronunce it Own-er, and alotta of people pronounce it 1-er, what the hell?
     
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    strizza - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    its no more played out than writin 'one' after yer name, so if its one or oner, it really doesnt matter. you shouldn't be worried about whether its 'played out' and shit, thats just vain. take it or leave it.
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    haha , this is a perfect example of ppl not even knowing what it meant in the beginning ........
    it first was used to mean that ' ______one ' was the only one , the best one , etc. theres only one of ______ .and i 'own' this name......

    i dont know what it means now , thats just my point , it doesnt mean anything anymore , we all use it just because .
     
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    dai - Replied Mar 13, 2002

    daione = looks like a new word :cool:

    i dont use it much....if i use suffixes at all i write daiski, daimyo, dainosaur, dainomite, dainasty, etc etc. its all about creativity and originality.
     
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