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    (Original post by LostGear)
    I quite like the idea of shooting out eggs:sexface:
    I would hope so?

    Omelette, anyone?



    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    Dirty scum :rolleyes:

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    Sexually frustrated ":rolleyes:"

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    (Original post by ApeMob)
    you can make a word mean anything!
    So, Red can mean: I'm a cat lover who lives in the Atlantic ocean besides beautiful goats who roam the arctic land freely.

    No offense. Just using logic.
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    (Original post by ApeMob)
    Sexually frustrated ":rolleyes:"

    :laugh:, that's what you think

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    (Original post by KairosEden)
    So, Red can mean: I'm a cat lover who lives in the Atlantic ocean besides beautiful goats who roam the arctic land freely.

    No offense. Just using logic.
    Slang normally is one word that replaces another. Not all this. You extra :rolleyes: But I've learned to ignore depressed people when they're rude; it might just be a mood swing and dem feels, get me :mmm:
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    (Original post by LostGear)
    So all that talk about inner beast was all talk? :rolleyes:
    My inner beast is a lil shy

    (Original post by ApeMob)
    I am Native American and live in abig city for Uni & hang around black people now. That's where I picked up on it. Apparently, you can make a word mean anything!
    Ooh cool, you're native american? Where you born here then?

    Since when did black people start calling sperm eggs? What discussions where you having? :hmmm:

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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    My inner beast is a lil shy



    Ooh cool, you're native american? Where you born here then?

    Since when did black people start calling sperm eggs? What discussions where you having? :hmmm:

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    Ublack?




    lmao this meme... :teehee:
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    (Original post by KairosEden)
    So, Red can mean: I'm a cat lover who lives in the Atlantic ocean besides beautiful goats who roam the arctic land freely.

    No offense. Just using logic.
    She's right actually. Language and most words for the most part are arbitrary.

    Who's to say that a Fork wasn't called a cork? You get me bro?

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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    She's right actually. Language and most words for the most part are arbitrary.

    Who's to say that a Fork wasn't called a cork? You get me bro?

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    Latin.

    'The word
    fork comes from the Latin furca, meaning "pitchfork." Some of the earliest known uses of forks with food occurred in Ancient Egypt, where large forks were used as cooking utensils.[1] Bone forks had been found in the burial site of the Bronze Age Qijia culture (2400–1900 BC) as well as later Chinese dynasties' tombs.[2] The Ancient Greeks used the fork as a serving utensil,[3] The Greek name for fork is still used in some European languages, for instance in theVenetian, Greek, and Albanian languages.'

    From Wiki.
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    Eva where is here? In the stratosphere of TSR?

    But den what's a stratosphere? lol
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    (Original post by KairosEden)
    Lol, how would that work?
    Very simple.

    Shooting sperms:lol:

    (Original post by Arieisit)
    Dirty scum :rolleyes:

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    Well, well, you've said a lot worser things than me:rolleyes:

    "I'd like to sass you out" being one:rolleyes:



    (Original post by ApeMob)
    I would hope so?

    Omelette, anyone?



    :rofl:
    Free range and organic too:lol:

    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    My inner beast is a lil shy



    Ooh cool, you're native american? Where you born here then?

    Since when did black people start calling sperm eggs? What discussions where you having? :hmmm:

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    Yeah sure time to wake it up:sexface:

    Open the eight gates bbz
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    (Original post by KairosEden)

    Latin.

    'The word
    fork comes from the Latin furca, meaning "pitchfork." Some of the earliest known uses of forks with food occurred in Ancient Egypt, where large forks were used as cooking utensils.[1] Bone forks had been found in the burial site of the Bronze Age Qijia culture (2400–1900 BC) as well as later Chinese dynasties' tombs.[2] The Ancient Greeks used the fork as a serving utensil,[3] The Greek name for fork is still used in some European languages, for instance in theVenetian, Greek, and Albanian languages.'


    Firstly, English is based on the Latin script so obviously the words would originate from there.

    Secondly, this is what I meant

    We attach meanings to words; meanings are not inherent in words themselves. As you’ve been reading, words (symbols) are arbitrary and attain meaning only when people give them meaning. While we can always look to a dictionary to find a standardized definition of a word, or its denotative meaning, meanings do not always follow standard, agreed-upon definitions when used in various contexts. Consider the word *****. The denotative meaning is, “A female canine animal, especially a dog.” However, connotative meanings, the meanings we assign based on our experiences and beliefs, are quite varied. It’s likely that you most often hear the term ***** used connotatively as a derogatory descriptor of women (and sometimes men) rather than denotatively to literally define a female dog


    http://en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/Surve..._Communication


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    (Original post by LostGear)
    Very simple.

    Shooting sperms:lol:
    Even simpler.

    Shooting blanks. We aren't asexual creatures.
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    (Original post by Mr.Intelligent)
    :laugh: you're not the king I was talking about, you're just a gatekeeper :lol:

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    I am the king and gatekeeper.

    I am very humble and take the safety of my Kingdom and people in my own hands as it is my responsibility
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    (Original post by Mubariz)
    I am the king and gatekeeper.

    I am very humble and take the safety of my Kingdom and people in my own hands as it is my responsibility
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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    Firstly, English is based on the Latin script so obviously the words would originate from there.

    Secondly, this is what I meant

    We attach meanings to words; meanings are not inherent in words themselves. As you’ve been reading, words (symbols) are arbitrary and attain meaning only when people give them meaning. While we can always look to a dictionary to find a standardized definition of a word, or its denotative meaning, meanings do not always follow standard, agreed-upon definitions when used in various contexts. Consider the word *****. The denotative meaning is, “A female canine animal, especially a dog.” However, connotative meanings, the meanings we assign based on our experiences and beliefs, are quite varied. It’s likely that you most often hear the term ***** used connotatively as a derogatory descriptor of women (and sometimes men) rather than denotatively to literally define a female dog


    http://en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/Surve..._Communication


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    Not everything. Egg is derived from Viking.

    Intuitive. I see.
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    (Original post by Mubariz)
    I am the king and gatekeeper.

    I am very humble and take the safety of my Kingdom and people in my own hands as it is my responsibility
    What Kingdom are you on about?
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    (Original post by ApeMob)
    What is it miss granger?

    You need some friends?

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    (Original post by ApeMob)
    Ublack?




    lmao this meme... :teehee:
    I'll PM you

    (Original post by LostGear)
    Yeah sure time to wake it up:sexface:

    Open the eight gates bbz
    Wait, bbz my inner beast is coming :mmm:

    (Original post by ApeMob)
    Eva where is here? In the stratosphere of TSR?

    But den what's a stratosphere? lol
    You sound a lil high babe, you need to lay off the omelettes :yep:

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    (Original post by LostGear)
    Well, well, you've said a lot worser things than me:rolleyes:

    "I'd like to sass you out" being one:rolleyes:
    I didn't even mean that in a sexual way :rolleyes:

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