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    Of course you realize, Paulie, that I won't be able to look at that emoticon in the same way again...

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    oh! i remembered one! my bf and i call the top sheet "the skinnies" or "skinnys"... i've never really spelled it!

    we were uh.... high on life one day... and the sheet and comforter had fallen to the floor and my bf asked me to give him the covers... but he couldn't think of what he wanted (i can't remember why we had no recollection of words ) but he knew he didn't want the fat top thing that was hot (aka the comforter) he wanted the "skinnies" (aka the thin cool top sheet).

    this story just rambled on and on. i'm having a day.

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    That's the point, Lobeck!

    And, Sher, I enjoyed that story. Right up my alley.
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    paulie thanks for your kindness!

    btw: our avs would make a cute couple.

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    I have a friend(I use that term loosely) who worked with special ecucation kiddos. She always had students with strange names. Here are just a few: twins named Orangejello and Lemonjello and a girl named Shitonya as well as a girl named Female pronounced like tamale. Then there where the twins I met at an amusement park named Ashawnda and Bshawnda.


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    Back home in Oklahoma they would say:

    1) "FIXIN" I am fixin to come home after supper.

    2) "YA'LL" Ya'll come back now, ya hear?

    3) "JEW-LIE" I love the summer months especially Jew-lie!

    I had a friend from Boston....she'd kill me each time she said Wicked (which MUST always be hyphenated.

    4) "Wicked-" That concert last night was Wicked-Crazy, man!

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    I love the Boston 'wicked' thing. I think it's wicked cool. Of course, as I am not from Boston, I can't pull it off.

    The obvious Canadian one is, eh. Every sentance is punctuated by an eh? It makes sense but no one outside of the country gets it. I'm not sure I get it, but it's part of the vocab now, eh?

    I tend to say 'fricken' a lot. I'm also one of those people that says fudge and sugar. Of course, I also swear like a trucker at other times.. the fudge and sugar comments are for use around my mother and my grandmother.
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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    Miss F, you can pull it off if you say it right. Pronounce it wick-id. It even works well with your word, as in "wickid frikin pissah"

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    I'm practicing right now and I can't believe how stupid I sound. The most bizarre thing is I hear Slater's voice in my head coaching me...
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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    Yeah, it does sound pretty funny,(especially coming from Slater) but some people around here have that accent alot worse than others. I've lived here all my life, and there are times when I'll say "damn, what an awful accent"

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