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if you say this you are a drivel-headed cunt and deserve to be shot.
other words you overreact immensely too?
when would it be used? example sentence s'il vous plait.
over-emphasising the word 'massive'.
'That was a mahoosively good party'.
hella has "ella" in it, so how can it be bad? HOW sadpunk HOW?!?!?!?!????
stupid things like "it was hella good". It makes them look like a twat and makes me want to eliminate them.
Using this: http://img.ffffound.com/static-data/assets/6/6036cfb5f8e15e5b9ab8f47d3ef66343025e60e7_m.jpg
yup quite a bit
as in my friend calls and says "whatcha up to?" and i say "ah nothing, just chillaxin with a cider!"
especially if someone extends the "hhhhhhoooouuuu" bit into a high pitched mating-call-style ululation, neck vibrating and all.
"Humungous bungous." I like that too.
but still no one has explained mahousive
'touch base' arghghgh!
it's like 'horizon scanning' or 'stakeholders'!
are you thinking outside the box? *draws box in the air*
Fuck you, buddy. It's a great word. Should definitely be made official.
Gotta love LL!
who said Fetch?
It was one of the others, sorry. Great film though?! ;-)
she was my fave.
Honest to god, can people learn when it is appropriate to use this fucking word! It is not a synonym for 'really'!
i've been saying "class-A" to my great disappointment, i don't know where i picked it up from.....
"my preeeeecious" and it really effing annoys me.
or 'the devils in the detail'
'Blue sky thinking'
Never work for an American company!
not the same as touching cloth i hope?
in emails in whihc he addresses his staff as "the (company) family".
we have this too...
"Going forward, could everyone stop putting offensive/insulting comments in the birthday cards. Thank you"
"good times, bad times"
pisses me the fuck off.
i have on occasion used chillax, purely because it makes me laugh
said housemate also says Lol. someone come and rescue me?
especially in the context of describing unbearably banal music.
eg "Yeah, I like the lighthouse family, they're really chilled out"
Probably should have come up with something a bit more contemporary than the lighthouse family, but you get the idea.
Did they do the signature song from that awful twats on a desert island show that T4 used to run?
I think they epitomise the 'chillout music that will really wind people up' genre.
"fit of the vapours/vapors" is terrible. Someone in my office says it constantly. :|
for having used this word in conjunction with describing an of Montreal song.
I wholeheartedly apologise for my blatant drivel-headed cuntery.
repent and ye shall be forgiven.
Dan Le Sac + Scroobius Pip were spot on