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Seriously Americans, please sort out your similar words
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Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-05 19:41:04 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Uncle Monster
2018-08-05 20:02:13 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^

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Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-05 20:12:55 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Bob F
2018-08-05 22:11:47 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie".  What does that mean?  You've
cured your constipation?  Duty and doodie are not the same.  One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point.  Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-05 22:43:52 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made in
America.
rbowman
2018-08-05 23:18:13 UTC
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On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
Right. I started watching 'Fortitude' and had to turn the subtitles on.
I thought there were a lot of Norwegians and Danes in the cast but other
than Gråbøl and Haraldsson I think they're all Brits.
Peeler
2018-08-05 23:37:07 UTC
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Right. I started watching 'Fortitude' and had to turn the subtitles on.
I thought there were a lot of Norwegians and Danes in the cast but other
than Gråbøl and Haraldsson I think they're all Brits.
I think you are simply a typical senile troll-feeding Yankie arsehole,
lowbrowman! BTW, are you ready to get slapped around on ahr until you croak,
senile oaf? LOL
Bob F
2018-08-06 04:40:41 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie".  What does that mean?  You've
cured your constipation?  Duty and doodie are not the same.  One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
 Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point.  Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
rbowman
2018-08-06 05:24:36 UTC
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On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like
you pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and
"mirror" "myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
Maybe if he expanded his horizons beyond 'Keeping up with the
Kardashians' and 'Family Guy' it would help.
Oren
2018-08-06 15:12:13 UTC
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All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
Maybe if he expanded his horizons beyond 'Keeping up with the
Kardashians' and 'Family Guy' it would help.
Aside, TVs are not made in America anymore, right? Wasn't Zenith the
last brand "TV made in America."?
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-06 18:00:44 UTC
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All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
Maybe if he expanded his horizons beyond 'Keeping up with the
Kardashians' and 'Family Guy' it would help.
Aside, TVs are not made in America anymore, right? Wasn't Zenith the
last brand "TV made in America."?
They usually use Canadian actors because Americans can't act, they're too
dumb.
rbowman
2018-08-07 03:41:09 UTC
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All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
Maybe if he expanded his horizons beyond 'Keeping up with the
Kardashians' and 'Family Guy' it would help.
Aside, TVs are not made in America anymore, right? Wasn't Zenith the
last brand "TV made in America."?
They usually use Canadian actors because Americans can't act, they're
too dumb.
No, the Canucks will work for loonies. However that does turn your
argument into Canadians can't speak English. I tend to agree.
Peeler
2018-08-07 08:23:36 UTC
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No, the Canucks will work for loonies. However that does turn your
argument into Canadians can't speak English. I tend to agree.
Is there NO bait silly and idiotic enough thy you will NOT swallow, hook,
line and sinker, you miserable lonely Yankie cretin? Just what is it with
you senile Yanks. Does your government not provide for your special senile
problems (like loneliness, easily getting fooled, etc.)? <BG>
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-07 17:36:16 UTC
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All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
Maybe if he expanded his horizons beyond 'Keeping up with the
Kardashians' and 'Family Guy' it would help.
Aside, TVs are not made in America anymore, right? Wasn't Zenith the
last brand "TV made in America."?
They usually use Canadian actors because Americans can't act, they're
too dumb.
No, the Canucks will work for loonies.
They get the work, you don't.
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However that does turn your argument into Canadians can't speak English.
I tend to agree.
Canadians can say Zed instead of Zee....
Oren
2018-08-06 15:07:39 UTC
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All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
I telldid him not to doodid it butt he dooded it any who!
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-06 18:00:57 UTC
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On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
So you deliberately speak wrongly on TV?
g***@aol.com
2018-08-06 19:11:30 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
You have no clue what you are talking about. But that's nothing new.
All of the above are true and can be confirmed by watching any TV made
in America.
I'm sure you learn everything you "know" from TV. It shows.
So you deliberately speak wrongly on TV?
Since most TV is controlled by people in New York and LA, I think they
tell their actors to "hick it up" to try to appeal to a wider
audience, like you, who expect it.
Peeler
2018-08-06 19:31:46 UTC
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So you deliberately speak wrongly on TV?
Since most TV is controlled by people in New York and LA, I think they
tell their actors to "hick it up" to try to appeal to a wider
audience, like you, who expect it.
Seriously, what is WRONG with you, you senile Yankie cretin? Oh, I already
provided the answer! <BG>
rbowman
2018-08-05 23:08:34 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee" and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror"
"myrrh".
There are regional dialects in the US that even I can't understand. Sort
of like Yorkies or whatever Ray Winstone speaks when he is at home. I
know Winstone can speak standard English but I recently watched 'Edge of
Darkness' and saw he had a relapse.
Peeler
2018-08-05 23:13:20 UTC
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There are regional dialects in the US that even I can't understand.
You idiot don't even understand it when you've been baited by the dumbest
troll these groups have ever seen!

Just HOW senile are you, lowbrowman? LOL
g***@aol.com
2018-08-05 23:30:21 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
Peeler
2018-08-05 23:34:11 UTC
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Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
Nope, but HE makes dangling funny from his hook, you troll-feeding senile
Yankietard! LOL
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-06 18:07:01 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
g***@aol.com
2018-08-06 19:24:58 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
had wooden spokes)
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2018-08-06 19:32:49 UTC
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and I think
Don't, you senile Yankie cretin! Nothing good will come of it! <BG>
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2018-08-06 20:00:08 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
had wooden spokes)
Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
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: >> On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 00:30:21 +0100, <***@aol.com> wrote:
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: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>> <***@none.com> wrote:
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: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
<***@gmail.com>
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: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>> wrote:
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
:
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same.
One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod

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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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: > On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >>>
: >>>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
: >>>>
: >>>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>>
: >>>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>>
: >>>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>>
: >>>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>>> "dirdee"
: >>>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>>
: >>> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >>> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >>> frilly hat)?
: >>> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >>
: >> But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call
the
: >> boot a trunk, which is insane.
: >
: > Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: > about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: > of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: > had wooden spokes)
: >
: > Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working shoe.
: --
: Bod
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On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
Post by Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
Post by g***@aol.com
On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster
Post by Uncle Monster
Post by Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
had wooden spokes)
Trunk actually makes more sense. Boot sounds like a heavy working
shoe.
A wellington boot isn't that heavy.
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hood unknownAdjective: Someone who is from an inner city and expresses the
essence of urban culture. Not to be confused with ghetto because a person
can be hood but not ghetto at all. Describing a person as 'hood" can be a
positive compliment but describing someone as ghetto is usually derogatory.
Many people that are "hood" are successful, classy individuals who not only
survived the perils of the inner city but love their hometown and have a
desire to make it better for everyone there. Whereas people described as
ghetto are usually poor, trashy and uncouth. Back in the day, many "ghetto"
people lived in the projects. "Hood" describes people from the hood who were
raised with the hip hop era but are not and have never been ghetto. Many
grew up in middle class households in the hood. They are home boys and home
girls.
Dude is so hood. Did you peep his style?
<***@aol.com> wrote in message news:***@4ax.com...
: On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: <***@none.com> wrote:
:
: >On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 00:30:21 +0100, <***@aol.com> wrote:
: >
: >> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
: >> <***@none.com> wrote:
: >>
: >>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:02:13 +0100, Uncle Monster <***@gmail.com>
: >>> wrote:
: >>>
: >>>> On Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 2:41:07 PM UTC-5, Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
: >>>> wrote:
: >>>>> How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm
: >>>>> back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
: >>>>> cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
: >>>>> military service, the other is doing a shit!
: >>>>
: >>>> The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
: >>>> the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
: >>>>
: >>>> [8~{} Uncle American Monster
: >>>
: >>> Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
: >>> pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
: >>> "dirdee"
: >>> and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
: >>
: >> Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
: >> Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
: >> frilly hat)?
: >> That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
: >
: >But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
: >boot a trunk, which is insane.
:
: Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
: about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
: of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
: had wooden spokes)
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Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
had wooden spokes)
I have seen cars like that (luggage style trunk).
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On Mon, 06 Aug 2018 19:07:01 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
Post by Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
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On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 21:12:55 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
Post by Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
Really? from a country that keeps their spare "tyre" (a city in
Lebonon) in their boot and the engine is under their "bonnet" (also a
frilly hat)?
That must really make you walk funny at the Easter parade.
But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
Hood is just another name for a covering and I think "Trunk" came
about because they used to use a real luggage style trunk in the back
of early cars to keep things put of the weather. (Back when the wheels
had wooden spokes)
I detest cars with trunks/boots, they're always way too small. I always
buy an estate or hatchback (dunno what you call those) where you can fold
down or remove the back seats and fit a kitchen appliance or sofa in the
back. I currently have a Renault Scenic where the back seats can easily
be removed, leaving precisely enough space for a single mattress in the
back, so it's a campervan.
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2018-08-07 22:31:03 UTC
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I detest cars with trunks/boots, they're always way too small.  I always
buy an estate or hatchback (dunno what you call those) where you can
fold down or remove the back seats and fit a kitchen appliance or sofa
in the back.
My first car was a small hatchback. In 1981 when helping my grandmother
move, I got her TV in that hatchback. There was no way to get it in her
(bigger) car.

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But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
At one time the trunk was a truck strapped on the back of the car. Did
you strap boots on to carry stuff?
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At one time the trunk was a truck strapped on the back of the car. Did
you strap boots on to carry stuff?
Your carers should strap you to your bed, you pesky senile cretin! That will
keep you off the internet for a while!
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But you call the bonnet a hood, which is just as daft. And you call the
boot a trunk, which is insane.
At one time the trunk was a truck strapped on the back of the car. Did
you strap boots on to carry stuff?
Boots are strapped onto your feet.

Anyway, I always buy cars where the boot and the back seats are in the
same space.
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Anyway, I always buy cars where the boot and the back seats are in the
same space.
I've seen a few old cars like that too.
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I've seen a few old cars like that too.
Have you, you troll-feeding senile Yankie cretin?
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I speak. I had nuns for teachers and my parents, even my Southern born father never slurred his words because he taught college part-time and all my paternal female relatives were schoolteachers. I don't speak and sound like the stereotypical Southerner. Oddly enough, most people in The South don't sound like The Beverly Hillbillies. You can find some who do but when I do it, it's for entertainment purposes. I actually never use the word "Y'all" and I'm considered a traitor to The South because of it. ^_^

[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood
the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I speak.
<FLUSH the poor miserable idiot's usual senile drivel>

Another ridiculous THANKFUL senile Yankietard who is thankful that the
dumbest Scottish troll, sow and wanker keeps engaging her!
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[8~{} Auntie Slobbering Moron
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"I'm
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back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys
understood
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the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Uncle American Monster
Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I speak.
I had nuns for teachers and my parents, even my Southern born father
never slurred his words because he taught college part-time and all my
paternal female relatives were schoolteachers. I don't speak and sound
like the stereotypical Southerner. Oddly enough, most people in The
South don't sound like The Beverly Hillbillies. You can find some who do
but when I do it, it's for entertainment purposes. I actually never use
the word "Y'all" and I'm considered a traitor to The South because of
it. ^_^
I'm not talking about Southerners, but well educated actors.
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Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I speak. I had nuns for teachers and my parents, even my Southern born father never slurred his words because he taught college part-time and all my paternal female relatives were schoolteachers. I don't speak and sound like the stereotypical Southerner. Oddly enough, most people in The South don't sound like The Beverly Hillbillies. You can find some who do but when I do it, it's for entertainment purposes. I actually never use the word "Y'all" and I'm considered a traitor to The South because of it. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother was a librarian and my grandmother was a teacher. That
probably has to do with my never using any of those mispronunciations.

BTW, "dirty" and "dirdee" end with different sounds, i (short i) and E
(long e). Some people claim to not hear the difference. I do, and try to
get it correct. And I never say "cookie" as "cooky".
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enlighten oneself and others." [Voltaire]
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Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I speak. I had nuns for teachers and my parents, even my Southern born father never slurred his words because he taught college part-time and all my paternal female relatives were schoolteachers. I don't speak and sound like the stereotypical Southerner. Oddly enough, most people in The South don't sound like The Beverly Hillbillies. You can find some who do but when I do it, it's for entertainment purposes. I actually never use the word "Y'all" and I'm considered a traitor to The South because of it. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother was a librarian and my grandmother was a teacher. That
probably has to do with my never using any of those mispronunciations.
BTW, "dirty" and "dirdee" end with different sounds, i (short i) and E
(long e). Some people claim to not hear the difference. I do, and try to
get it correct. And I never say "cookie" as "cooky".
--
Mark Lloyd
http://notstupid.us/
When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^

[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
--
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Mark Lloyd
http://notstupid.us/
Does your mom know Frank Zappa? ^_^

[8~{} Uncle Monster
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
--
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Mark Lloyd
http://notstupid.us/
Does your mom know Frank Zappa? ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Monster
Has he come back from the dead then?
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
--
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Mark Lloyd
http://notstupid.us/
Does your mom know Frank Zappa? ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Monster
Has he come back from the dead then?
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Bod
You can know someone who passed away by what the left behind. O_o

[8~{} Uncle Passing Monster
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
--
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Mark Lloyd
http://notstupid.us/
Does your mom know Frank Zappa? ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Monster
Has he come back from the dead then?
--
Bod
You can know someone who passed away by what the left behind. O_o
[8~{} Uncle Passing Monster
Well he was certainly unique.
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic
Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible
nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from
Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my
siblings talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound
like a New York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard
American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
--
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Mark Lloyd
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Does your mom know Frank Zappa? ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Monster
Has he come back from the dead then?
-- Bod
You can know someone who passed away by what the left behind. O_o
[8~{} Uncle Passing Monster
Well he was certainly unique.
He looks like you but younger, American, with longer hair, and a
moustache. Where was I going with this?
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Does your mom know Frank Zappa? ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Monster
I don't know about that one, and can't ask since she's no longer living.
She did know a lot of stuff, from working in the library (2 different
ones, first small town, and then university).

BTW, that's how I got interested in platonic polyhedra (3-dimensional
shapes with all sides and angles equal). There are 5 of these:
tetrahedron (4 sides, triangles), cube (6 sides, squares), octahedron (8
sides triangles), dodecahedron (12 sides, pentagons), icosohedron (20
sides, triangles). I still have the dodecahedrom I made when I was about 13.
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the few." -- Marie Henri Beyle (Stendhal)
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic
Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible
nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from
Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings
talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New
York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
Elk melk, finest kind. When you get too old for that white stuff we have
Slow Elk.

https://bigskybrew.com/beers/slow-elk/
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When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic
Parochial school and sent us to the government school, the horrible
nasty Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from
Brooklyn New York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings
talked but my mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New
York cab driver. So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother came from Montana. When talking about the white liquid you get
from cows, she always called it "melk". I remember when I was little,
wondering if it had something to do with elk.
Elk melk, finest kind. When you get too old for that white stuff we have
Slow Elk.
https://bigskybrew.com/beers/slow-elk/
I don't drink anything under 20% volume.
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I don't drink anything under 20% volume.
20% volume? So the other 80% is nothing at all. Really a trick to make
people accept a price 400% higher than before :-)
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I don't drink anything under 20% volume.
20% volume? So the other 80% is nothing at all. Really a trick to make
people accept a price 400% higher than before :-)
Senile Yankietard falls for the dumbest baits the lying Scottish sow sets
out for him! LOL
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Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty"
"dirdee"
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and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I
speak. I had nuns for teachers and my parents, even my Southern born
father never slurred his words because he taught college part-time and
all my paternal female relatives were schoolteachers. I don't speak and
sound like the stereotypical Southerner. Oddly enough, most people in
The South don't sound like The Beverly Hillbillies. You can find some
who do but when I do it, it's for entertainment purposes. I actually
never use the word "Y'all" and I'm considered a traitor to The South
because of it. ^_^
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[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother was a librarian and my grandmother was a teacher. That
probably has to do with my never using any of those mispronunciations.
BTW, "dirty" and "dirdee" end with different sounds, i (short i) and E
(long e). Some people claim to not hear the difference. I do, and try to
get it correct. And I never say "cookie" as "cooky".
--
Mark Lloyd
http://notstupid.us/
When my parents pulled me and my siblings out of the Catholic Parochial
school and sent us to the government school, the horrible nasty
Protestant kids thought we were Yankees. My mother was from Brooklyn New
York so that had an effect on the way me and my siblings talked but my
mother was also a teacher and didn't sound like a New York cab driver.
So we grew up speaking standard American English. ^_^
Catholics are morons.
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Catholics are morons.
When I was younger, I stayed at a YMCA for awhile. Once I even tried
their church, which was apparently Catholic. I got tired of kneeling for
over an hour.

I have heard that kneeling was originally a restraint device to make it
harder to pull out a knife and kill the priest.
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When I was younger, I stayed at a YMCA for awhile. Once I even tried
their church, which was apparently Catholic. I got tired of kneeling for
over an hour.
You obviously never get tired of sucking troll cock, senile Yankie
cocksucker!

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Americans pronounce "duty" "doodie", that's my point. Just like you
pronounce "terrorist" "tourist" and "muon" "moo-on", and "dirty" "dirdee"
and "student" "stoodent" and "stupid" "stoopid" and "mirror" "myrrh".
I don't slur my words. I speak clearly and enunciate the words I
speak. I had nuns for teachers and my parents, even my Southern born
father never slurred his words because he taught college part-time and
all my paternal female relatives were schoolteachers. I don't speak and
sound like the stereotypical Southerner. Oddly enough, most people in
The South don't sound like The Beverly Hillbillies. You can find some
who do but when I do it, it's for entertainment purposes. I actually
never use the word "Y'all" and I'm considered a traitor to The South
because of it. ^_^
[8~{} Uncle Southern Monster
My mother was a librarian and my grandmother was a teacher. That
probably has to do with my never using any of those mispronunciations.
BTW, "dirty" and "dirdee" end with different sounds, i (short i) and E
(long e). Some people claim to not hear the difference. I do, and try to
get it correct. And I never say "cookie" as "cooky".
But it's not cookee.
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military service, the other is doing a shit!
The word is "duty", not "doodie". I thought you Slimy Limeys understood the "English" language? <snicker> ^_^
[8~{} Auntie American Asshole
The word here is, "troll-feeding", you senile endlessly driveling twat!
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the pathological attention whore of all the uk ngs, blathered again:

<FLUSH the abnormal, fucked up attention whore's latest idiotic
attention-baiting bullshit unread again>

You disgusting attention whore HAD to post the same shit to SEVERAL ng
separately again, just so you could get all the more attention out of
several threads!
--
damduck-***@yahoo.co.uk about Birdbrain Macaw's (now "James Wilkinson" LOL)
trolling:
"He is a well known attention seeking troll and every reply you
make feeds him.
Starts many threads most of which die quick as on the UK groups anyone
with sense Kill filed him ages ago which is why he now cross posts to
the US groups for a new audience.
This thread was unusual in that it derived and continued without him
to a large extent and his silly questioning is an attempt to get
noticed again."
MID: <***@4ax.com>
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stupidity."
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You have been presented with a viewpoint with information, reasoning,
historical cases, citations and references to back it up and wilfully
ignore all going back to your idea which has no supporting information."
MID: <KaToA.263621$***@fx10.am4>
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
They'll stop saying that right after they stop saying 'sarnt'. Think of
it as Ebonics meets the Army.
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
They'll stop saying that right after they stop saying 'sarnt'. Think of
it as Ebonics meets the Army.
I've never heard "sarnt", does that mean "sergeant"?
Anyway it's humans I'm reFerring to, not niggers.
rbowman
2018-08-05 23:03:07 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
They'll stop saying that right after they stop saying 'sarnt'. Think
of it as Ebonics meets the Army.
I've never heard "sarnt", does that mean "sergeant"?
Anyway it's humans I'm reFerring to, not niggers.
I first heard sarnt in a movie, I forget which one. I asked a friend who
had been in the military in this century and he confirmed it was common
usage. Something about everyone adopting a cracker accent.

It's like that 'oorah' shit. I never heard that. Jodies weren't a big
thing either.
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2018-08-05 23:15:45 UTC
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I first heard sarnt in a movie, I forget which one.
SO thankful again that the filthy unwashed Scottish wanker keeps talking to
you senile Yankie idiot? Over eighty, aren't you, with nobody in the US
willing to talk to you senile cretin? Right, lowbrowman? LMAO!
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2018-08-05 21:30:50 UTC
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cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
They'll stop saying that right after they stop saying 'sarnt'. Think of
it as Ebonics meets the Army.
We think of a senile troll-feeding American asshole feeding a fucked up
Scottish sow, wanker and troll!
Dean Hoffman
2018-08-05 22:23:15 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie".  What does that mean?  You've
cured your constipation?  Duty and doodie are not the same.  One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
Peeler
2018-08-05 22:28:10 UTC
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How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
And another braindead senile Yankietard took the filthy Scottish sow's
latest idiotic bait, hook, line and sinker, again! <tsk>
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2018-08-05 22:31:00 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
And isn't Lou getting tired of everybody shitting and pissing on/in him?
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-05 22:44:10 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
And isn't Lou getting tired of everybody shitting and pissing on/in him?
Who?
Jimmy Wilkinson Knife
2018-08-05 22:44:24 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
We're not as fat as you, we only drink pints.
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2018-08-05 23:33:02 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm back on active doodie".  What does that mean?  You've
cured your constipation?  Duty and doodie are not the same.  One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
      How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
We're not as fat as you, we only drink pints.
The word you're searching for is context. As far as the fat
people, we have
our share plus some. Teenagers and twenty year olds are a 50, 60 or
more pounds
overweight.
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2018-08-05 23:44:11 UTC
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The word you're searching for is context.
He isn't searching for any word, you senile Yankietard! He is looking for
you to feed him, every time he asks you to do so! Get that into your senile
thick Yankie head! <tsk>
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2018-08-06 18:06:26 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say
"I'm back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
We're not as fat as you, we only drink pints.
The word you're searching for is context.
As far as the fat people, we have
our share plus some. Teenagers and twenty year olds are a 50, 60 or
more pounds
overweight.
You have way more fat folk than any other country.
Oren
2018-08-06 19:11:34 UTC
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You have way more fat folk than any other country.
I'm "fat". I can go on a diet. You on the other hand are an ugly
person.

How do you clockcluker brits fix that?

I'll be glad to put your ass back in my turd tumbler file. You nym
shift for attention, troll.
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2018-08-06 19:05:10 UTC
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      How do Brits decide if a gallon of milk will fit in an empty boot?
We're not as fat as you, we only drink pints.
Never more than 20-25 pints to the gallon :-)
--
"The money man gives to get him into heaven is what he ought to use to
improve the earth." [Lemuel K. Washburn, _Is The Bible Worth Reading And
Other Essays_]
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2018-08-05 23:19:07 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Hey, it is your duty to serve your country and it is also your duty to
have a good shit regularly, Where is the conflict?
The fact that they just seem similar in the Army sometime is just
coincidental.
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2018-08-05 23:38:18 UTC
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Hey, it is your duty to serve your country and it is also your duty to
have a good shit regularly, Where is the conflict?
The fact that they just seem similar in the Army sometime is just
coincidental.
It's YOUR duty to keep feeding him, every time he asks you to do so, you
brain damaged senile Yankie cretin! LOL
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2018-08-06 18:07:30 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Hey, it is your duty to serve your country and it is also your duty to
have a good shit regularly, Where is the conflict?
The fact that they just seem similar in the Army sometime is just
coincidental.
Do army folk use the latrine together while kissing and cuddling?
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2018-08-06 19:26:06 UTC
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On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 20:41:04 +0100, "Jimmy Wilkinson Knife"
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Hey, it is your duty to serve your country and it is also your duty to
have a good shit regularly, Where is the conflict?
The fact that they just seem similar in the Army sometime is just
coincidental.
Do army folk use the latrine together while kissing and cuddling?
You are thinking of the British navy where traditions include rum,
flogging and sodomy.
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2018-08-06 19:37:40 UTC
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Do army folk use the latrine together while kissing and cuddling?
You are thinking of the British navy where traditions include rum,
flogging and sodomy.
In any specific order ? or all at the same time ?
... curious minds need to know . :-)
John T.
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2018-08-06 20:04:04 UTC
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: >You are thinking of the British navy where traditions include rum,
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2018-08-06 21:45:08 UTC
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David brooks said at random or all together..matters not
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: >You are thinking of the British navy where traditions include rum,
: >flogging and sodomy.
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: In any specific order ? or all at the same time ?
: ... curious minds need to know . :-)
: John T.
It's a quotation from Churchill: 'The traditions of the Royal Navy are
rum, sodomy and the lash'
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2018-08-07 03:45:10 UTC
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It's a quotation from Churchill: 'The traditions of the Royal Navy are
rum, sodomy and the lash'
The Lord High Sea Horse or whatever he was should know.
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2018-08-06 21:43:10 UTC
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Do army folk use the latrine together while kissing and cuddling?
You are thinking of the British navy where traditions include rum,
flogging and sodomy.
Yet it's YOU who keeps sucking HIM off time and again, you toothless senile
cretin!
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2018-08-07 17:35:00 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Hey, it is your duty to serve your country and it is also your duty to
have a good shit regularly, Where is the conflict?
The fact that they just seem similar in the Army sometime is just
coincidental.
Do army folk use the latrine together while kissing and cuddling?
You are thinking of the British navy where traditions include rum,
flogging and sodomy.
"Join the Navy, feel a man!" -- official advertising slogan.
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2018-08-06 01:48:35 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
The Beverly Hillbillies were not supposed to be from the DEEP SOUTH, but from the Kentucky / Tennessee hills, where they still speak that way.
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2018-08-06 08:55:33 UTC
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The Beverly Hillbillies were not supposed to be from the DEEP SOUTH, but
from the Kentucky / Tennessee hills, where they still speak that way.
The abnormal Scottish sow, attention whore, troll and wanker THANKS you for
sucking him off, again, you miserable lonely senile Yankie cretin! <BG>
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2018-08-06 15:17:19 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Only computer programs can't tell the difference from context.

I think we've discerned that you are Skynet.

Cindy Hamilton
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2018-08-06 16:01:57 UTC
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Only computer programs can't tell the difference from context.
I think we've discerned that you are Skynet.
Cindy Hamilton
I think that I've discerned that you are another troll-feeding senile idiot!
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2018-08-06 18:00:03 UTC
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How many times have you heard the American military in movies say "I'm
back on active doodie". What does that mean? You've
cured your constipation? Duty and doodie are not the same. One is
military service, the other is doing a shit!
Only computer programs can't tell the difference from context.
I think we've discerned that you are Skynet.
But when a Merkin says "active doodies", anyone who speaks real English
laughs their head off because what they're saying is "I'm currently
shitting myself".
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