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Rambis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-30-10 03:08 PM
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26. You are a complete and utter twat!
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  -List some regional and national expressions from the US, the UK... meow2u3  Sep-30-10 10:37 AM   #0 
  - "Bugger off."  HopeHoops   Sep-30-10 10:40 AM   #1 
  - Interchangeable with "Sod Off' (uk)  jannyk   Sep-30-10 06:13 PM   #36 
  - It's fixin' to come up a cloud ...  dawg   Sep-30-10 10:48 AM   #2 
  - "I suwannee!" is from the same locale...  Phentex   Sep-30-10 11:06 AM   #4 
  - I always liked the terms "daggy" from my NZ co-worker, and "to whinge," from my British and  Brickbat   Sep-30-10 10:58 AM   #3 
  - I am from southern WV. I have always called a  CBR   Sep-30-10 11:08 AM   #5 
  - You mean a toque? (Pronounced "tuke".)  Brickbat   Sep-30-10 11:10 AM   #6 
  - I had to google but yes that is what I am talking about.  CBR   Sep-30-10 11:14 AM   #8 
     - When I was growing up in Nebraska, we called them stocking caps.  Brickbat   Sep-30-10 11:16 AM   #10 
  - Yep, but I grew up in WV, north of Huntington. nt  foxfeet   Sep-30-10 11:27 AM   #13 
  - It's a toboggan here in NC mountains as well  Inchworm   Sep-30-10 12:39 PM   #20 
  - In Nebraska that is a stocking cap. This is a toboggan ...  LiberalAndProud   Sep-30-10 07:36 PM   #45 
  - Expressions from Maine/New England  BurtWorm   Sep-30-10 11:13 AM   #7 
  - Also  GreenPartyVoter   Sep-30-10 11:22 AM   #11 
  - We was "chummay" with the summer complaints.  Gormy Cuss   Sep-30-10 02:25 PM   #22 
  - Maine's loaded with them.  Gormy Cuss   Sep-30-10 11:25 AM   #12 
  - Ain't that cunnin'?  BurtWorm   Sep-30-10 11:55 AM   #17 
     - When combined with cuss, it means more like hapless  Gormy Cuss   Sep-30-10 02:24 PM   #21 
        - Yessah, cappay-dog! (I heard that on the playground all the time as a kid)  GreenPartyVoter   Sep-30-10 02:42 PM   #23 
  - I beg to differ with one of your definitions:  Kat45   Oct-02-10 09:12 PM   #81 
  - Knock me up  frogmarch   Sep-30-10 11:15 AM   #9 
  - "Knock me up" and "I've cocked up, do you have a rubber?"  A HERETIC I AM   Sep-30-10 04:19 PM   #29 
     - How funny!  frogmarch   Sep-30-10 04:33 PM   #31 
  - "Couple t'ree"  MorningGlow   Sep-30-10 11:27 AM   #14 
  - Ayuh.  BurtWorm   Sep-30-10 12:00 PM   #19 
  - What're you waiting for, Christmas? (US)  KamaAina   Sep-30-10 11:31 AM   #15 
  - That's what my mom always said!  meow2u3   Sep-30-10 02:56 PM   #24 
  - Taking the piss  MrCoffee   Sep-30-10 11:36 AM   #16 
  - You are a complete and utter twat!  Rambis   Sep-30-10 03:08 PM   #26 
     - If you like that, you'll love this;  A HERETIC I AM   Sep-30-10 04:27 PM   #30 
        - You might enjoy this  Rambis   Oct-01-10 12:44 PM   #54 
  - Busier than a one legged man  cwydro   Sep-30-10 11:59 AM   #18 
  - Had an interesting variation a few minutes ago. "Now you're cooking with gas" is an old expression.  jobycom   Sep-30-10 03:01 PM   #25 
  - Fixin' to.  Bucky   Sep-30-10 03:41 PM   #27 
  - "Well, bless your (li'l ole) heart!" (southern US)  KamaAina   Sep-30-10 03:49 PM   #28 
  - "Wicked" from MA. Pronounced Wick Ed, as in "that was a wicked good movie."  Old Troop   Sep-30-10 05:52 PM   #32 
  - Wicked sharp!  Gormy Cuss   Sep-30-10 05:59 PM   #33 
  - Pissa! (Cool)  YankeyMCC   Sep-30-10 06:23 PM   #39 
  - homely  frogmarch   Sep-30-10 06:05 PM   #34 
  - "finer than frog hair"  Moondog   Sep-30-10 06:08 PM   #35 
  - "Right proper" as a general-purpose intensifier  Posteritatis   Sep-30-10 06:22 PM   #37 
  - I've heard that one  laundry_queen   Sep-30-10 06:33 PM   #41 
     - I love Newfoundland English  Posteritatis   Sep-30-10 07:08 PM   #43 
  - Useless as a turtle on a fence post.  sarge43   Sep-30-10 06:23 PM   #38 
  - DUUUUUUUUUUUUDE! (or DOOOOOOOOD!)  Bennyboy   Sep-30-10 06:25 PM   #40 
  - I must share some of my mother's expressions  yankeepants   Sep-30-10 07:02 PM   #42 
  - Wow.  begin_within   Oct-01-10 09:32 PM   #73 
  - From the Upper-Midwest:  Odin2005   Sep-30-10 07:26 PM   #44 
  - Well, that's diff-urnt (different)  myrna minx   Oct-01-10 02:56 PM   #55 
  - LOL, I use that saying all the time. Didn't know it was a Minnesotanism.  Odin2005   Oct-01-10 03:47 PM   #61 
  - Hey you forgot my favorite: Uff Da!!!!  TZ   Oct-01-10 03:04 PM   #57 
     - Well, that is an interjection, not an expression.  Odin2005   Oct-01-10 03:46 PM   #60 
  - scarcer than hen's teeth. leaning plumb toward Schronce's.  Tuesday Afternoon   Oct-01-10 02:13 AM   #46 
  - My favourite, from a Melbourne pal  velvet   Oct-01-10 05:24 AM   #47 
  - Cincinnati: Please?  PVnRT   Oct-01-10 09:43 AM   #48 
  - We call 'em ramps here in Fargo, too.  Odin2005   Oct-01-10 03:52 PM   #63 
  - When we were in Canada, a guy at the campgrounds..  Tikki   Oct-01-10 11:01 AM   #49 
  - Some old expressions from the southern Appalachians  Glorfindel   Oct-01-10 11:49 AM   #50 
  - "I bummed a fag from me mother".  mwooldri   Oct-01-10 12:19 PM   #51 
  - Oh stop grizzling!  TZ   Oct-01-10 12:23 PM   #52 
  - God willing and the cricks don't rise.  spinbaby   Oct-01-10 12:33 PM   #53 
  - Damn it, you beat me to it. I was going to ask about American English  Redstone   Oct-01-10 03:00 PM   #56 
  - That really shows the difference in attitude between the US and UK.  Odin2005   Oct-01-10 03:50 PM   #62 
  - From my Southern relatives:  nolabear   Oct-01-10 03:11 PM   #58 
  - Lagniappe is (or used to be) common all over the South. I'll never forget  Redstone   Oct-01-10 09:03 PM   #71 
  - Tomorrow in OZ...  Tikki   Oct-01-10 03:20 PM   #59 
  - A personal best that a sergeant of mine used: "I'm as serious as  Old Troop   Oct-01-10 03:58 PM   #64 
  - Kiwi Slang  wickerwoman   Oct-01-10 06:55 PM   #65 
  - Just got back from Ireland  kimi   Oct-01-10 07:03 PM   #66 
  - Yeah.  wickerwoman   Oct-01-10 07:07 PM   #67 
  - In wisconsin, this is called a "bubbler"  TheMightyFavog   Oct-01-10 07:18 PM   #68 
  - We had a really good one when I was in college in the midwest:  triguy46   Oct-01-10 07:46 PM   #69 
  - Here's some more from NY and the Northeast  meow2u3   Oct-01-10 08:44 PM   #70 
  - Another New English  sarge43   Oct-02-10 03:09 PM   #80 
  - Bitchen  begin_within   Oct-01-10 09:15 PM   #72 
  - Just between you, me, and the lamp post ....  kwassa   Oct-01-10 10:19 PM   #74 
  - If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a trolley car...  meow2u3   Oct-02-10 09:01 AM   #76 
  - "Buddy". In Nova Scotia when ever someone is described in a newstory they are called buddy. "And  applegrove   Oct-01-10 11:08 PM   #75 
  - Indian English... love "same same"  JCMach1   Oct-02-10 09:01 AM   #77 
  - When they made you, they threw away the mold...  meow2u3   Oct-02-10 12:45 PM   #78 
  - "Do the Puyallup".  Aristus   Oct-02-10 01:24 PM   #79 
 

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