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make up a new verb or adage

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by slobake, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. slobake

    slobake Supporting Member

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    Google it if you want. :p
    Have you ever been whatevered?

    Just decorated my cublicle. I used more tape than Nixon's fireplace.
  2. MatticusMania

    MatticusMania LANA! HE REMEMBERS ME! Supporting Member

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    I often make up my own words, usually by trying to say two different words that fit.

    Yesterday I used 'scorry, a combination of sorry and 'scuse me.
  3. Bloodhammer

    Bloodhammer Don't be ludicrous Supporting Member

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    I've asked people what they were dammitting about.
  4. EricF

    EricF Habitual User Gold Supporting Member

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    Requestioned - The act of making a request in the form of a question.

    "Did you take out the trash?" From my wife, this isn't about her need to know the current location of the trash cans, but a request for me to get off my @$$ and get it done.
  5. 3234718

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    Requestioned is already a word.

    You questioned someone. Then you requestioned him.
  6. Groove Doctor

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    IAITF - it's all in the fingers.

    I've used chillaxing for a long time too.
  7. tastybasslines

    tastybasslines I'll hump your leg Supporting Member

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    "therapize" - often said to my wife..."Stop trying to therapize me!"
  8. EricF

    EricF Habitual User Gold Supporting Member

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    Different use. Same spelling. English is good like that ;)
  9. slobake

    slobake Supporting Member

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    The dude has more lines than a cocaine convention at Disneyland.
  10. slobake

    slobake Supporting Member

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    I'm so cool penguins shiver at the mention of my name.
  11. agent77

    agent77 Tin Foil Hat Wearer Supporting Member

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    So you know how in England they say arse instead of ass. Well if it's a fat ass do they call it a fart arse?
  12. Pilgrim

    Pilgrim Supporting Member

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    "It's colder than a witch's brass welldigger."
  13. geeza

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    Huh?
    I like putting "n't" at the end of words.
    e.g. "Boy, you're really funnyn't."

    I also put "age" at the end of words.
    e.g. "Time for some poopage."
  14. Bloodhammer

    Bloodhammer Don't be ludicrous Supporting Member

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    Don't be a boozey Susan. (a lush)
  15. RS66LB

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    ...heard this in Sam & Cat "you trickered me again didn't you?
  16. P Town

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    My adage: "Like it says in the good book. F 'em if they can't take a joke."

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