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  • View Poll Results: Whats does 'cba' stand for?
    'Cant be asked'
    23.86%
    'Cant be arsed'
    76.14%

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    and why?
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    I say "can't be bugged"...
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    the latter


    because the former doesn't make sense.
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    Never even knew the first option could be considered.
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    interesting debate ...
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    I don't get it :confused:
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    (Original post by Carrot_Cake_13)
    Never even knew the first option could be considered.
    i thought it was cant be asked :c, like 'oh you cant ask me coz too lazy' etc...
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    interesting debate ...
    literally laughed out loud, you always do this to me.
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    first one doesnt make sense but it was what i thought it was until i said it and a teacher was like 'THAT IS VERY RUDE OF U' and my mum told me it was cant be arsed and i was like oohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhh
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    (Original post by Ua3142)
    i thought it was cant be asked :c, like 'oh you cant ask me coz too lazy' etc...
    But...you can be asked...
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    (Original post by Ua3142)
    i thought it was cant be asked :c, like 'oh you cant ask me coz too lazy' etc...
    im pretty sure its "i cant be assed" :laugh:

    but i just say "cba",even irl, because im never usually saying it in a serious manner
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    cmon 'can't be asked' people, I know you're out there! vote
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    im pretty sure its "i cant be assed" :laugh:

    but i just say "cba",even irl, because im never usually saying it in a serious manner
    yh assed or arsed kinda same thing :l
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    It's the first, I think. A more concise way of saying "I cannot be bothered to do what is being asked of me".

    Pretty sure the latter is just a more vulgar substitute, imitating the similar sound of "asked".

    Both mean the same thing.
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    Can't be arsed
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    TeeEm stop throwing me pity reps lool
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    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/arsed

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    (Original post by Ua3142)
    yh assed or arsed kinda same thing :l
    ohhh i misunderstood, i thought you were wondering whether people said "cant be assed" or "cant be arsed" and you made a mistake in the poll

    I have never heard of "i cant be asked" if im honest, its always been "cant be arsed/assed" to me :dontknow:
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    (Original post by BWV1007)
    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/arsed

    You may close the thread now.
    but I want the thread to be like the ones with over 400 posts :c, dont wanna close it just yet.
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    Wait what, Im pretty confused now.
    I always thought it meant I can't be asked. But if I were to say it I would probably pronounce it arsed.
    So its actually arsed? Not asked? Thats pretty weird.

    I remember once when I was younger I said I can't be asked. And my dad was like don't be so rude don't say that word.Because he thought I said arsed. I was thinking what are you on? What word was rude
 
 
 
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