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  Topic Started By:  sleepy    On:  Wed 17th August, 2005 at 11:42
Molly83
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scotland
#47  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:14
did you know amen't isn't a word?
i couldnt believe it, i use it all the time
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sleepy
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#48  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:15

Originally posted by Molly83

i cant be bothered working i just want to buy stuff

I wish I could but I'm determined to save...........and live like a tramp until I go away
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Molly83
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scotland
#49  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:16
oh no
somehow when my clothes all shrunk in the wash this top has gone wierd and everyone can see my bra
i just realised
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sleepy
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#50  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:16

Originally posted by Molly83

did you know amen't isn't a word?
i couldnt believe it, i use it all the time

what the hell is amen't??????????? You're a bit of a freak Molly
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Molly83
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scotland
#51  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:17
oi sleepy less of the freak!!!!
like "are you going out tonight?", "no i amen't"
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sleepy
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#52  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:20
hahaha! I've never ever heard that before! I've heard "are you going out tonight" "No I ain't" But everyone must know that
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jacksalterego
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#53  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:20

Originally posted by sleepy

Originally posted by jacksalterego

Originally posted by Molly83

ok, also a similar word is skanky
do you use that in englandshire?
i cant beleive you've all not heard of them word i thought everyone used them!!!

Heard of Skanky but thats the only one! We're quite behind the times here in little old England!

And Sleepy.... you are really minky today!

slinky minky

Slinky minky i like!
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Molly83
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scotland
#54  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:22
yeah i've heard that on tv but never really said it!
it sounds wierd!
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Vix63
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#55  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:22

Originally posted by sleepy

Originally posted by jacksalterego

Originally posted by Molly83

ok, also a similar word is skanky
do you use that in englandshire?
i cant beleive you've all not heard of them word i thought everyone used them!!!

Heard of Skanky but thats the only one! We're quite behind the times here in little old England!

And Sleepy.... you are really minky today!

slinky minky

Anyone heard 'scrunter' before? I feel it aptly describes someone completely repulsive. Just has that ring to it!!
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Molly83
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scotland
#56  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:23
ive heard munter but not scrunter!!
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Vix63
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#57  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:25
I love to use them (cos I's a meanie), but feel I regress about 10 years when I do. Like when I use the word 'flid'-haha! Ace word.
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jacksalterego
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#58  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:26
'Scruntiest Muntiest' work well!
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sleepy
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#59  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:26
scrunter is quite cool....never heard it before either.

I hate the word butters (sp)

"he's butters"

looks weird now that I've written it out.....hmmmmmmmmmm I'm sure people used to say that years ago
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Molly83
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scotland
#60  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:27
whats a flid?
and what does he's butters mean?
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Vix63
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#61  Re: The Fun Pages  18 Aug '05 at 09:29

Originally posted by sleepy

scrunter is quite cool....never heard it before either.

I hate the word butters (sp)

"he's butters"

looks weird now that I've written it out.....hmmmmmmmmmm I'm sure people used to say that years ago

Never heard that before-Is that another derogatory term? Why do we have so many? We're all horrible!
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