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    (Original post by FemaleBo55)
    LOOL, now that you've heard it you can hop on into my boat of finding it cringe looool :rofl::shakehand:
    :rofl:

    Hmm, pleasure to come aboard your 'boat of cringe' :lol: :shakehand:
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    DBI - Ergh
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    'Quote' being used as a noun.
    It's actually just a grammatical error, but people use 'quote' as a noun so much that's it's almost like correct slang.
    It's 'quotation' as a noun, and 'quote' as a verb!
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    Narley.

    I think That's how you say it. Usually it's those hippie surfer skater people.
    You mean "gnarly", right? It comes from "gnarled".
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    You lot need to chill out, everyone uses at least some of the slang in this thread.
    Most people are joking around when they use some of the words anyways.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    What's wrong with innit? Just about everyone says that...
    Innit is short for 'isn't it?' Which is short for 'is it not?'

    So when somebody says 'I've got school in the morning innit' they're actually saying 'I've got school in the morning is it not?'...... Now does that make any grammatical sense?
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    There's this guy on my FB and literally everything he comments on he does that '100' emoji always puts ''My G'' after it. It makes me cringe, can you not.
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    Dank.

    Because no one ever uses it in the right context.
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    When i read these words i feel my brain cells dying
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    Pagan.

    I don't even understand it?? Everyone says it and I'm just there like ???
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    "peak". It doesn't even mean good like you would expect something to be good if it "peaked"....
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    (Original post by TheBirder)
    'Quote' being used as a noun.
    It's actually just a grammatical error, but people use 'quote' as a noun so much that's it's almost like correct slang.
    It's 'quotation' as a noun, and 'quote' as a verb!
    Yes, finally!! :adore:
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    "buff" no pls stop
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    (Original post by Fractite)
    Dank.

    Because no one ever uses it in the right context.
    The amount of arguments I've had with chavs over this...
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    Zeen? Heard that last week

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    Butters
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    Does anyone actually use the word 'banter' non-sarcastically any more?
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    "Skeen"
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    (Original post by Emily.97)
    Butters
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    When someone says LOL in real life
 
 
 
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