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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...sack+it+off%22+



    my definition makes sense in all these cases doesn't it????????
    is it yankish?

    i never heard it used
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    (Original post by Walk By)
    yes you do!
    I'm actually quite proud
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    (Original post by Walk By)
    is it yankish?

    i never heard it used
    i don't beleive it!
    :confused: i don't think it's yankish. i'm sure it's british
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    I hearda that 1

    I am in a resigned mood lately, so I would say my most used quote is:

    "Thats the way it goes"

    Fate is dealing me a bad hand of late
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    i don't beleive it!
    :confused: i don't think it's yankish. i'm sure it's british
    lol well it must be just your household then, coz no ones heard of it here


    anyway...............foooooooooo otie!!!
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    obviously we are ahead of our time down here :cool:
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    My favourite phrase is "sack it off". It means "have a ****".

    e.g. person 1: are you still going to the gym tonight
    person 2: nah, i'm gonna sack it off
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    (Original post by Walk By)
    lol well it must be just your household then, coz no ones heard of it here


    anyway...............foooooooooo otie!!!
    lol household??????? i just showed you google. everyone says it!!!
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    (Original post by wonderboy)
    I hearda that 1

    I am in a resigned mood lately, so I would say my most used quote is:

    "Thats the way it goes"

    Fate is dealing me a bad hand of late
    mate - that is way too passive...

    have you never tried shouting BOLLOX really loud ?? it sorts you out for at least half an hour... go on have a go...
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    i hate it when before an exam people say....."good luck, eventhough you don't need it!".........it's like they expect you to get the best marks possible!
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    (Original post by endorf)
    mate - that is way too passive...

    have you never tried shouting BOLLOX really loud ?? it sorts you out for at least half an hour... go on have a go...
    that's what the lads in my place/area say!
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    ok a new one i bet none of you will have heard either

    "shyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy y"
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    (Original post by Saf!)
    that's what the lads in place say!
    in place ??? thats what i say when im playing tennis....
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    ok a new one i bet none of you will have heard either

    "shyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy y"
    Yeah.

    I haven't heard of it!
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    ok a new one i bet none of you will have heard either

    "shyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy y"
    Yeah. It's obviously the word people use to describe you all the time :rolleyes:.
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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    ok a new one i bet none of you will have heard either

    "shyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy y"
    do you actually have to say it that long ??
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    A Google search for "sack it off" produces 153 results, which makes it pretty rare to my mind.
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Yeah. It's obviously the word people use to describe you all the time :rolleyes:.
    Play nicely children!
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    (Original post by endorf)
    do you actually have to say it that long ??
    yes. i think it kinda derives from 'shite'. not too sure though
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    (Original post by Alexander)
    A Google search for "sack it off" produces 153 results, which makes it pretty rare to my mind.
    it's not generally something you type - it's a SAYING!
 
 
 
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