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      12-13-2018, 03:59 PM   #67
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My boss loves to use "The thing of it is...."

Have another coworker who is very fond of "cockbag" and "fucktard".
I personally like to use 'fuckbag.'
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      03-11-2020, 11:15 PM   #70
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im a fan of dickweed
super useful when describing someone, especially if this person does dickweedy stuff like keeping their door open when you're trying to park in the spot next to their car.
still a major fan of dickweed, so much so my light bulb is named dickweed because it's easier than "Pickle's Bedroom" when you just want the lights off

also a current favorite is "fuck ass shit", can be used when saying "dude i'm feeling hyped tonight, let's do some fuck ass shit" or if something isn't going great "that's some fuck ass bullshit"


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I live in East Tennessee - you would not believe how many educated people I work with that will order "Sall - Men" when we go to a fish restaurant. On occasion, I've mentioned that it's pronounced "Sam-on", but they just stare at me like a deer in headlights.

Sigh.

I also hate irregardless, it isn't a word. I believe they are trying to say irrespective.

Also, Ex-Presso. Um, no. Espresso.


i cant stand people who say eXpresso
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It’s well known that Italian-Americans butcher many Italian words. For example I was raised to pronounce manicotti as ”mon-e-gaught”. The suffix letter “i” is dropped in many Italian words around here.

Also, in my family I was raised to refer to my butt as my “coolie”.

Last but not least, pizza is often called apizza (ah-beets) around here among the Italian-American community. I call it pizza but my grandmother used to refer to it strictly as apizza. New Haven: Pizza wasn’t invented here, it was perfected here!
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      03-20-2020, 05:17 PM   #72
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I despise ignorance and the murder of the English (non-queens English) language. Sadly, I live in an extremely small southern town. Some that come to mind are:

Cund-a-sac = Cul de sac
Medium = Median
Irregardless = there is no such word

I also despise the amount of usage the word "literally" gets; especially that it's misused so often by the people that say it in every sentence.
I live in East Tennessee - you would not believe how many educated people I work with that will order "Sall - Men" when we go to a fish restaurant. On occasion, I've mentioned that it's pronounced "Sam-on", but they just stare at me like a deer in headlights.

Sigh.

I also hate irregardless, it isn't a word. I believe they are trying to say irrespective.

Also, Ex-Presso. Um, no. Espresso.


I don't know if it is the same in East Tennessee, but in Middle Tennessee a garden hose is called a "hose pipe", and the word specific is often replaced with "pacific". When I moved here 20 years ago I was a little confused by those and many other incorrectly used words and phrases. Still hear new ones occasionally that leave me scratching my head.
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When I came home during a break in college, I ended up ranting to my mother about issues I was having with some professor or other. My mother, who hardly ever swore listened to me and, with full love and empathy, looked me straight in the eye and said "Fuck 'em-- he's a Nipplehead."

I laughed my arse off, and Nipplehead instantly became one of my all-time favorite words.

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      03-21-2020, 01:13 AM   #75
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The worst thing that comes to mind is "I'll gouge your eye out and fuck the socket"

I hate the show Weeds but the funniest thing I ever heard on there was Kevin Nealon saying "I'd love to put my cockamole on her facedilla".
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      03-22-2020, 06:56 AM   #76
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Impressive use of the English language

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffal...uffalo_buffalo
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      03-22-2020, 06:59 AM   #77
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Impressive use of the English language

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffal...uffalo_buffalo
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      03-28-2020, 11:20 AM   #78
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I am a Frisian. Born in the West Frisian capital of Leeuwarden( Mata Hari was born there). Our family tree goes back to the 7th(!) century, my ancestors come from Terschelling a Frisian island in the north of the Netherlands.

Old English and Frisian is the most connected they say:

Here is proof


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I once overheard a shop mechanic telling his co-worker to make an adjustment of a "cunt hair" over plant wide radio channel. Apparently it was a precise enough measurement to get the job done.

Also, did anyone mention "Craptastic" This usually describe a new system or a machine that sounds great when it was being sold to the head honcho but is actually worse than what it replaced.
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I once overheard a shop mechanic telling his co-worker to make an adjustment of a "cunt hair" over plant wide radio channel. Apparently it was a precise enough measurement to get the job done.

Also, did anyone mention "Craptastic" This usually describe a new system or a machine that sounds great when it was being sold to the head honcho but is actually worse than what it replaced.
On my first job a very fine adjustment (to a video camera focus) was an “RCH” which stood for Red Cunt Hair. Finest unit of measurement detectable by humans, I was told. I still use it but rarely explain it.
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Funny that the title of this thread is, “How awesome is the English language”.

English is the 4th language my mother learned—-Arabic, French and Italian all came before. In fact, it’s possible she learned some Latin and Greek before English. So, maybe it’s the 5th or 6th language she learned. Anyway, sometimes she says things that has everyone scratching their heads; just butchering some word or getting some phrase wrong. One that stands out from years ago—-she would say, “isn’t that AY-wee-some?” She said it several times and no one knew what she meant, but no one had questioned her. One day, I finally had to ask her what the hell she meant. She was trying to say the word “awesome” but didn’t know how.......we still joke about it today, telling her something is ay-wee-some.

She also says things like “don’t hanging around there!”
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      03-29-2020, 01:28 PM   #82
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You must be a huge fan of axe rather than ask.
Can you be more pacific?
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      04-09-2020, 12:37 PM   #83
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      04-09-2020, 01:20 PM   #84
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Slutty/ trashy women are - "Trash Pandas"
When a situation is not straightforward there is- "Fuckery"

Some phrases I like to use also include "sometimes the tail wags the dog" when things are backwards or out of sorts and when someone does something stupid I like to say "Did someone drop you on your head when you were younger and leave you simple?"

Also, when there is a poor outcome of a situation for everyone but you need everyone to embrace it or just deal you can say "Well this is a shit sandwich and everyone's taking a bite"
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I don't know if it is the same in East Tennessee, but in Middle Tennessee a garden hose is called a "hose pipe", and the word specific is often replaced with "pacific". When I moved here 20 years ago I was a little confused by those and many other incorrectly used words and phrases. Still hear new ones occasionally that leave me scratching my head.
Three weeks later, I notice this post. My bad.

I've had many dealings with Middle TN. I spent a lot of time there as a regional manager. Store in Bellevue, Brentwood, and Elliston Place in Nashville. Also had stores in Lebanon and Spring Hill, my corporate apartment was in Columbia. I did hear "pacific" quite a bit there. "Hose pipe" is a new one to me. Over here, I fight to bite my tongue over "these-uns", "yonder", "fixin' to" & "havin' to."

The "woman" that I share an office with rapes the word "actually" all the day long. She starts every sentence with it. Drives me insane. She also loves the word intellectual but pronounces it inter-lek-shul. Ugh.
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