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or do you have one currently?
I'm trying to decide if I should try and nurture one. Any suggestions?
tried to develop "Flip ya", which meant give me a cigarette or pass that or whatever. He's a right berk.
(not really a catchphrase but anyone who has watched Catchphrase will know that they take any old shite)
IT'S: 'BUY ME ANOTHER'"
if it happens, it happens and if it doesn't, well then it doesn't
I remember so little about this film, but HEY! WHA' HAPPEN is just a masterstroke.
And with that, I yield.
I tried saying "what's up, doc?" for a while
didn't really work out
as a light-hearted expletive
Will see how this goes down
without even realising, was apparently a very enthusiastic 'Hiya!' Which I only found out when one of my friends who is a cartoonist did a drawing of me for my birthday.
as an insult (Heaven is a place on earth)
by everyone else around smiling and doing a hands on hips + headshake potentially then followed by a freezeframe will probably be my favourite ones.
*laughter and applause*
errr... saying "hi mum, sean here" when i answer the phone
also "myello" when answering the phone
there are quite a few. saying "it's in the pocket" in an unintelligible way...
i'm annoying myself just thinking about it. what a tedious little man.
as "miserable garbage".
in an annoying high-pitched voice
then saying '... I need a coffee.' in a deadpan voice but with a hint of exasperation.
do with either another one of them (too much ice though) or a nice hot flat soya shite. Oh god i've been in London for too long I would be hanged for saying such things in Brynmawr.
hot flat soya WHITE.
but it's a bit long and quite specific.
developed into "shreluxe" somehow.
and of being 'monastic'
Was quite a fan of it to be honest
what was the cat_race one when he first started posting?
'cat_food for thought'
or something like that, went down like a sean thread
but my ex and some of her friends had this really rage-inducing game that I was really bad at, where you had to make someone say "what?" and then you said "goodnight" and left the room (usually to go to bed, sometimes just to win the game).
like you'd just be sitting there watching TV at 11pm or something and someone'd go "hey I saw Si earlier he told me to tell you about something" and the other person'd go "what?" and they'd go "goodnight" and leave the room. really infuriated me.
Instead of saying, "For [something]'s sake," you should say, "For the sake of [something]."
Like, "For the sake of fuck!"
where you'd ask a lazy question with a really obvious or easily acquired answer (e.g. "mate, is it Friday tomorrow?"). And when the unwitting suspect provided the answer, they would be met with a cry of "Stanner!". Running scores would be kept between pairs of people tallying all the Stanners so we'd know who had been Stannered the most.
Would(/should) never work on here cos of the plethora of '...Post Office', '...bowl of rice' type responses to lazy/naive questioning.
hahaha... you wash... your nob?
of ending lots of sentences with '...right?' and now I wish I hadn't noticed it.
Wife's: Am I right?
I say Pie-YEAH-YA very enthusiastically.
'Failed' (well before fail was a thing)
Basically many concise expressions of negativity
"And with that, I yield"
someone I know seems to have a real knack of getting their catchphrases to catch on, started saying 'easy tiger' all the time, which mutated into just saying 'tigs' now that is just a standard greeting/term of endearment round here, calling things 'menthol' (way before that don't go mad go menthol ad) bit cringey now but circa 2000 or so everyone was saying it, using the phrase 'bang up' in response to being asked if they want to do something, loads more. Dunno maybe none of these originated with him but its weird how he always seems to introduce them.