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    mine are......

    ...just you wait to the revolution comes

    ...F**k off and die

    ...This reminds me of the war
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    "My dear Miss [insert name here], I have the highest opinion in the world of your excellent judgement in all matters within the scope of your understanding; but..."

    I just say this to be really annoying (and because I love Jane Austen ).
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    (Original post by shilling)
    "My dear Miss [insert name here], I have the highest opinion in the world of your excellent judgement in all matters within the scope of your understanding; but..."

    I just say this to be really annoying (and because I love Jane Austen ).
    :rolleyes:
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    go get a life from a second hand shop
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    And all that!
    As coisas boas da vida, ou são pecado ou engordam- Just a saying all the good things in live are sins or fattening! Lol
    Krido and sweetheart!
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    My favs are:

    Go fist yourself...

    Pissflaps...

    God damn fool....
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    i say 'wicked' quite a lot. so chavvy, so immoral. class
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    "Take a chill pill" isn't used as much as it should be!!

    I also like, "it's the DB's", but have never understood what's so great about the DBs really.

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    At the moment....i'm quite fond of saying:

    "Oh dear..." and occasionally "Ta muchly"

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    oh and I say

    "Dead set"
    and
    "Give you the hot tip" quite often.
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    (Original post by Everdawn)
    oh and I say

    "Dead set"
    and
    "Give you the hot tip" quite often.

    i tend to call people 'lackey' and 'class traitor'
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    (Original post by UndiscoverdSelf)
    i tend to call people 'lackey' and 'class traitor'
    What, at the same time?
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    (Original post by UndiscoverdSelf)
    i tend to call people 'lackey' and 'class traitor'
    IM afraid I dont follow, new lingo... :rolleyes:
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    do you remember
    wasssuppp?!
    that has completely died away, and i never used it anyway!

    neha
    xxxx
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    (Original post by neha p)
    do you remember
    wasssuppp?!
    that has completely died away, and i never used it anyway!

    neha
    xxxx
    yeah, and "I Know", from 'the anorak' on CBBC!!
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    (Original post by Amb1)
    yeah, and "I Know", from 'the anorak' on CBBC!!

    good times!lol
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    I've always wondered what the "P" and "Q" stands for, in the saying "mind your Ps and Qs"....any ideas? Or is it just that you shouldn't get them the wrong way round and mix them uq?....sorry up.
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    (Original post by shilling)
    I've always wondered what the "P" and "Q" stands for, in the saying "mind your Ps and Qs"....any ideas? Or is it just that you shouldn't get them the wrong way round and mix them uq?....sorry up.
    I don't think the origin is known but here are some possibles...
    Advice to a child learning its letters to be careful not to mix up the handwritten lower-case letters p and q.
    Similar advice to a printer’s apprentice, for whom the backward-facing metal type letters would be especially confusing.
    Jocular, or perhaps deadly serious, advice to a barman not to confuse the letters p and q on the tally slate, on which the letters stood for the pints and quarts consumed “on tick” by the patrons.
    An abbreviation of mind your please’s and thank-you’s.
    Instructions from a French dancing master to be sure to perform the dance figures pieds and queues accurately.
    An admonishment to seamen not to soil their navy pea-jackets with their tarred queues, that is, their pigtails.
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    "Alright, alright...don't lose your rag, where's your rag gone, you can't find it, can you?!"

    "If you're worried about being ugly remember, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean you're not ugly."
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    "If you're worried about being ugly remember, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean you're not ugly."
    lol
 
 
 
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