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    yes i would date a princess. as long as she was able to wield my sceptre nomsayin' :smug:

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    (Original post by Thomazo)
    Could you please type without sounding like a mentally disabled retard. Thnx.
    The correct terminology (per DSM V guidance) is intellectually disabled instead of mentally retarded (or retarded) (as a healthcare professional, describing the author as such is an insult to intellectually disabled people as they cant choose to be how they are whereas the author can)
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    Lmao ok
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    What does 'pengting' and 'smh' mean?
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    (Original post by Jack22031994)
    What does 'pengting' and 'smh' mean?
    kmt what do u mean u dont know?
    pengting is a peng girl
    smh is shake my head inni
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    (Original post by Jack22031994)
    What does 'pengting' and 'smh' mean?
    It means the person using those words has low class parents and was probably born outside of wedlock.
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    (Original post by wu-tang clan)
    kmt what do u mean u dont know?
    pengting is a peng girl
    smh is shake my head inni
    I apologise, Im not 'down with kids' these days.

    and Im guessing peng means good, right? Is this me being old (only 23!) or is it a London saying?
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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    It means the person using those words has low class parents and was probably born outside of wedlock.
    This made me laugh more than it shouldve :lol:
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    (Original post by Jack22031994)
    I apologise, Im not 'down with kids' these days.

    and Im guessing peng means good, right? Is this me being old (only 23!) or is it a London saying?
    u must be from up north kmtttt
    peng means buff
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    (Original post by Jack22031994)
    I apologise, Im not 'down with kids' these days.

    and Im guessing peng means good, right? Is this me being old (only 23!) or is it a London saying?
    Im 25 and I was using this slang back in 6th form (so about 8-9 years ago). Im actually surprised people are still talking like this tbh.

    peng means good looking (usually applied in the feminine context)
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    (Original post by wu-tang clan)
    u must be from up north kmtttt
    peng means buff
    Nah not from up north. From the Wiltshire Countryside in the South West

    Im not too sure what a buff girl is meant to look like - bodybuilder?
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    (Original post by quasa)
    Im 25 and I was using this slang back in 6th form (so about 8-9 years ago). Im actually surprised people are still talking like this tbh.

    peng means good looking (usually applied in the feminine context)
    Ah I got you.
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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    It means the person using those words has low class parents and was probably born outside of wedlock.
    In fairness, I know some middle class people who speak like this and upper class people who speak like this ironically (they arent hipsters by media desciption but are textbook definition )
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    (Original post by Jack22031994)
    Nah not from up north. From the Wiltshire Countryside in the South West

    Im not too sure what a buff girl is meant to look like - bodybuilder?
    ?? body builder? loooool r u that dense
    it means beautiful hot girl a 10
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    (Original post by Jack22031994)
    Ah I got you.
    buff also means good looking in slang terms but I forgot about that till 1 of your comments :lol:
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    (Original post by quasa)
    In fairness, I know some middle class people who speak like this and upper class people who speak like this ironically (they arent hipsters by media desciption but are textbook definition )
    I always ironically greet the chaps with a rousing ''wagwan ninjas''

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    except I saya word which sounds like ninja but isn't...
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    (Original post by wu-tang clan)
    ?? body builder? loooool r u that dense
    it means beautiful hot girl a 10
    sadly south west england be mainly white. coz there aint non-white people, they dont speak same az ppl in south-east/london/east anglia
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    (Original post by wu-tang clan)
    ?? body builder? loooool r u that dense
    it means beautiful hot girl a 10

    No, I just dont speak slang, Im sorry.

    (Original post by quasa)
    buff also means good looking in slang terms but I forgot about that till 1 of your comments :lol:
    Thanks! ah haha. I've never really spoken in slang. I know he's speaking in English but have no idea what he means! :lol:
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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    I always ironically greet the chaps with a rousing ''wagwan ninjas''

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    except I saya word which sounds like ninja but isn't...

    who doesnt say wagwan :lol: I hate being called that word. My mates who are carribean descent always call me that but my african friends keep calling me fake african

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    nan from zanzibar, both parents kenyan, im of indo-malay heritage (with a hint of japanese)
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    (Original post by quasa)
    who doesnt say wagwan :lol: I hate being called that word. My mates who are carribean descent always call me that but my african friends keep calling me fake african

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    nan from zanzibar, both parents kenyan, im of indo-malay heritage (with a hint of japanese)

    Africans tend to be more cultured than West Indians.


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    That's badass as hell.
 
 
 
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