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    eldee
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    Originally posted by breathless4975
    I can't stand when someone says "axed" instead of "asked".
    Well, what if that person is a murderer? Maybe he/she did axe someone.

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    He was sweatin' her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    Well, what if that person is a murderer? Maybe he/she did axe someone.
    Eldee...you kill me!
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    That is so "dope" or "sick".

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    OK, I admit... i'm guilty of saying "dude" more than I should. But fo real, bro, 's all good, nah mean?!?

    One of my peeves is people who type ebonics and misspell words in chatrooms (like they say "I no" instead of "I know". That irritates me to no end). I can type proper English, so why can't you? Do people really talk like that?
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    Ooh, Yellow, I completely no what you mean. That bothers me sooo much Seriously though, we learned that stuff in 3rd grade... it's not difficult.

    "Your" in place of "you're" also bothers me. That's not slang, though...

    I'm actually a fan of "my bad" and "dude." I say "man" all the time at the end of a sentence.. it's grown on some guys. They laugh at me The girls don't appreciate it as much

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    I say "aw man" all the time.

    OMG, I was just thinking about the "your" instead of "you're" thing. Actually, I thought about it and brought it up when I was talking to my mom on Wednesday. How interesting that I'd read that as the post right above mine! I say "dude" an awful lot too, haha.

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    Hmm... "ain't" is actually old English, so I have been told at least. Nothing wrong at all with that.

    Not sure if this falls within slang or even played-out slang.... probably not, but what do I know? I'm a dinosaur... Anyone seen 1337? (Aka "leet".) It's darn annoying, but kind of fun... especially it's fun to make fun of .

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    *sobs*

    I use 'sweet', 'my bad' and 'aw man' all the time. I thought it made me a hip chick who could relate to the younger generation.

    The one word that drives me NUTS is 'peeps', used in reference to friends. I have a girlfriend (what's up, girlfriend?) who always talks about her peeps. I literally cringe when I hear it. I don't want to be a peep, dangit!

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    Oh... and for those of you who don't know 1337, this is an example of one type of it: "+h3$3 PH0rUm5 r +3h 5uX0r!!111!!!" ... hehe

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