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« Reply #25 on: 27/03/2008 12:22:49 »
You are correct. He may be a bit thick but he is loaded!!!

You mercenary!
Whoa, there's something wrong with that?
Look, when I met him he wasn't loaded. I fell in love with him because he has big blue eyes and an air of Hugh Grant. The money came later. I was just telling you how it is. Excuse me for being a true northerner.
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« Reply #26 on: 27/03/2008 12:24:42 »
You probably need to send me a P.M. on the meaning of these English slang terms. I think from the Urban dictionary definitions that they are even more... ah - "vivid" - terms than I realize.
 

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« Reply #27 on: 27/03/2008 12:25:35 »
You probably need to send me a P.M. on the meaning of these English slang terms. I think from the Urban dictionary definitions that they are even more... ah - "vivid" - terms than I realize.
"Okay" is slang?
 

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« Reply #28 on: 27/03/2008 14:02:15 »
She's from "Oop narth". I think she fell in love with his flat cap & whippets. Not to mention his parkin!

You probably need to send me a P.M. on the meaning of these English slang terms. I think from the Urban dictionary definitions that they are even more... ah - "vivid" - terms than I realize.

I was addressing the good doctor and you posted before I got my post up. We must have posted the same moment.

Apologies for the mix-up.
« Last Edit: 27/03/2008 14:05:40 by JimBob »
 

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« Reply #29 on: 27/03/2008 18:43:52 »
"Oop narth" is how northerners pronounce "Up north".

Flat caps are caps that are flat.

Whippets are a breed of small greyhound favoured by northerners.

Parkin is... erm... well, it's supposed to be a type of cake... I think.
 

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« Reply #30 on: 27/03/2008 21:28:52 »
But that is not the particular muscle you are most interested in, is it?
JimBob you have really got your brain in that muscle you are talking about.
She's from "Oop narth". I think she fell in love with his flat cap & whippets. Not to mention his parkin!

Sorry to shatter the image of love amongst the pigeons but my hubby is a southerner from middlesex.
 

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« Reply #31 on: 28/03/2008 02:15:14 »
Doc, yes, I am familiar with the canine - no not in that sense, buddy. But in the urban dictionary whippets also refers to the smooth, hairless area on the inside of the highs. So I was just concerned about ..... well, you know what I mean.

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I won't try to read to much into Middlesex. But when you said, lady, that you would have all of the Corr's, including the bloke - the mind can only wonder about your husband as well.
 

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« Reply #32 on: 28/03/2008 08:30:15 »
I lived in Middlesex for most of my formative years.
 

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« Reply #33 on: 28/03/2008 12:17:19 »
She's from "Oop narth". I think she fell in love with his flat cap & whippets. Not to mention his parkin!

You probably need to send me a P.M. on the meaning of these English slang terms. I think from the Urban dictionary definitions that they are even more... ah - "vivid" - terms than I realize.

I was addressing the good doctor and you posted before I got my post up. We must have posted the same moment.

Apologies for the mix-up.
It's fine.
 

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