"I know, right?" Whaa?

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  1. PLX

    PLX MENSA member, Astronaut, Dated Your Mom Once Gold Supporting Member

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    Sir, we have an 18 pixel requirement here in the Pub...:waiting
     
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    "You shred it, wheat!"
     
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    Which, to me, is more palatable than "I mean".
     
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    It's a rhetorical question for emphasis and is not meant to be answered.

    Does this make me the Grammar SS? ;)
     
  8. Timcito

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    Don't you use 'take off' to mean imitate in the US?
     
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  9. DYNA BILL

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    I can't stand the phrase.
     
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  10. PLX

    PLX MENSA member, Astronaut, Dated Your Mom Once Gold Supporting Member

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    Which one ?
     
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  11. DYNA BILL

    DYNA BILL Member

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    I can't stand it so much, I'm not even gonna say it. Know what I mean?:p
     
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  12. PLX

    PLX MENSA member, Astronaut, Dated Your Mom Once Gold Supporting Member

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    Oh, I thought you mean "SO".
     
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  13. chillybilly

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    I've noticed a marked decreased in its use but it's like poison ivy rash. I don't want to call attention to it because it might flare up again.

    I would, however, like to see a revival of 'ginchy' as an adjective to express approval, praise, etc.
     
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  14. A-Bone

    A-Bone Montonero, MOY, Multitudes Gold Supporting Member

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    Usually in noun form here.
     
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  15. DYNA BILL

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    I know, right?:)
     
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  16. PLX

    PLX MENSA member, Astronaut, Dated Your Mom Once Gold Supporting Member

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    When people use "SO" in a sentence, text message, or e-mail, and don't capitalize it..

    that drives me crazy for about 10 seconds trying to figure how many words they left out to make this an intelligible thought. :mad:
     
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  17. Timcito

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    Aha - interesting.
     
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  18. Marshall_Stack

    Marshall_Stack Lordy Mama light my fuse Supporting Member

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    Remember Durango Larry?
    "Take off you hoser."
    Translated from the original Canadian.
     
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  19. PLX

    PLX MENSA member, Astronaut, Dated Your Mom Once Gold Supporting Member

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    No.

    That's "Take me on".

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  20. AbstractLunatic

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    What I get from this thread is, the East Coast is decades behind the West Coast. :p
     

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