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    (Original post by Abdukazam)
    It's the last few letters, teen, as in thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, your teens end in twenty.
    Pretty sure there's a 'twenteen'.
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    (Original post by Novascope)
    Pervert.
    truth.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    He's nice and kind around you but acts so rude when he's around his friends.
    because they're immature little boys who cannot think for themselves and so they depend on their friends for validation to try and mask the fact that they ain't s.h.i.t.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    He's nice and kind around you but acts so rude when he's around his friends.
    Does he have deep and civilised conversations with you or anyone else other than his friends? If not, then it's probably because he has no substantial personality or knowledge related to any interesting topics of discussion, so he fills the gaps by passing off random swearing and pointless arguments as 'banter'. I see it all the time among other groups of guys. Personally, I keep friends who are actually capable of having interesting conversations, so I'm not usually rude.*
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    * - Though we do have the occasional p*** take about stupid social conventions like prejudice, by imitating the kind of ridiculous prejudiced statements that people actually make seriously in wider debates. And that could be taken as rude by those who hear the conversation halfway through. I hope not though :eek:
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    (Original post by mc-ren)
    He's trying to put on a funny 'banter' lad persona so that his friends will find him funnier and respect him more
    Very true.

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    got an act to keep up
 
 
 
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