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  1. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    Ohhhh, the jokes going on around here when this first came out! People blamed it on his having to drive a "toy" cop car and wearing shorts. Of course, the boy did not help by calling him "dude" over,...
  2. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    Ohhhh, the jokes going on around here when this first came out! People blamed it on his having to drive a "toy" cop car and wearing shorts. Of course, the boy did not help by calling him "dude" over,...
  3. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

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    I recently noticed that young girls (teens to early 20's) are calling each other dude, which is kind of cute. To me, it has a impolite, disrespectful ring to it; I don't appreciate being...
  4. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    I was really hoping this would make it to Youtube, because I am not certain if you all have "rights" to view MSNBC....

    "peppercorns" this was a new one for me!!!!
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  5. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    There actually is an older thread... How to speak Southern Ya'll - The Queen's English

    And you can download a redacted copy of "A DICTIONARY OF THE QUEEN'S ENGLISH, NORTH CAROLINA" that was...
  6. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    So, do you use the word for sarcasm and irony only?[/quote]
    That's a very good question! You have me thinking now. I guess I would also use it as a character trait, to describe someone, "He is a...
  7. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    Okay, over across the pond here, we use "brilliant" the opposite way... as in putting someone down. If you did something really stupid it would be, "Well that was a brilliant idea." with the emphasis...
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