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    (Original post by chocobloc)
    Yeah, it is! Pet is a cute word, aww :yes:
    Seriously ? I thought it would be demeening to girls. That's the only reason I say it, i'm going to be disapointed if it's ben making me sound cute.
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    (Original post by mau5)
    Seriously ? I thought it would be demeening to girls. That's the only reason I say it, i'm going to be disapointed if it's ben making me sound cute.
    I've always thought people used it to be nice, maybe I'm wrong!! :mute:
    I have always taken it well haha opps! :o: hmm maybe it depends on the way you say it though!!
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    (Original post by chocobloc)
    I've always thought people used it to be nice, maybe I'm wrong!! :mute:
    I have always taken it well haha opps! :o: hmm maybe it depends on the way you say it though!!
    Just as in "alreet pet ?" It always gets weird responses anyway.
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    (Original post by mau5)
    Just as in "alreet pet ?" It always gets weird responses anyway.
    haha Okay actually, that would be annoying, because its a bit like 'love' used in that way! :mad2:
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    (Original post by chocobloc)
    haha Okay actually, that would be annoying, because its a bit like 'love' used in that way! :mad2:
    Yeah maybe even worse, it's intended to be both patronising and sexist. What a ladies man, eh ?
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    The word c**t has replaced the word one here in Glasgow for some people. As in somec**t....anyc**t etc.
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    Irie...
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    (Original post by mau5)
    Yeah maybe even worse, it's intended to be both patronising and sexist. What a ladies man, eh ?
    Haha damn that word sucks, I can't believe I have never taken offence to it!!! :facepalm:
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    I hate the whole 'fail' thing. And anything that is 'well good' or 'well bad' etc.
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    (Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
    What's wrong with using normal words for those things :sad:

    I don't think I've ever heard someone talk like that :s:
    Wow, seriously come to East London Brav.

    Loool, its a lifestyle. The way you prefer your ra-tatata with a cup of tea, we prefer this bullsssssssshhhhhhhhhhhh
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    A girl an sixth form uses bane/baine/bain not sure how to spell it. I had to ask her what it was. It's child, I think it sounds so awful, chavvy, common and cheap.
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    I'm not saying I dislike it, but everyone is using this term "mandem". Well I know everyone in London uses it, and us Northerners use it in a mocking way because we're a politically-incorrect lot. Anyway turns out its Jamaican and the combination of the english words man them. :zomg: Fair dos
 
 
 
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