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"G&T, I havent had one in yonks!"
hell yeah, its one of those words you can say without opening your throat - poh people love those
"G&T, I havent had one in an age!"
would be posher.
i used plethora of knowledge on an application form for a job recently. in retrospect i'm not sure it makes sense.
I have a plethora of knowledge?
Not sure why but that is def genius!
My first thought was Loyd Grossman saying "cogitate" for some reason.
Now I just want to watch the Vic and Bob Masterchef sketch.
'i went around to chaunte's to hang out and then josh phoned up-that was pretty random'
Just grammatically incorrect
'Smashing vulva, dear'
one of me, three of you....
i'm really bored.
as in "Daddy bought me a <pony/horse/bachelor of arts degree/slave>"
who still says "mummy" or "daddy"
mind you, I dont like kids who call their parents by their first name.
There's nothing more freaky than a little posh kid saying to his mum
"Susan, I'd like a pop tart, now"
how dare they
are you fucking tripping - they're so middle class you might as well call them edible guardian droppings. they might not sell as well though.
is well posh.
As in, "I dined at Claridges last night."
with the t pronounced
Posh people like saying that about commoners, mostly it's in reference to me.
instead of won't.
and was picking up my big bro from school she heard a little kid insulting another kid by calling them a 'compost heap". Classic.
i'd be totally offended.