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THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS FUNNY

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by graffitiSUX, Nov 30, 2001.

  1. graffitiSUX

    graffitiSUX 12oz Senior Member

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    THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS FUNNY

    Discussion started by graffitiSUX - Nov 30, 2001

    trousers is the funniest word in the english language. trousers. say it out loud. "trousers". haha. trousers
     
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  2. Rodney Trotter

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    Rodney Trotter - Replied Nov 30, 2001

    "Rack off, ya flaming gallaar!"

    Australian slang is the funniest thing. WTF is a gallaar anyway?:D
     
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  3. graffitiSUX

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    graffitiSUX - Replied Nov 30, 2001

    it's a bird. but yes, ocker aussie slang is attrocious. i'm glad i was bought up to speak differently than that
     
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    catwash - Replied Nov 30, 2001

    "Stone the flamin' crows, Ails"

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