Monday, December 6, 2010

Your in It for Life Part 2

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  1. I wish I knew their last names, so I could add them as a friend on facebook and enjoy hours of entertainment.

  2. Oh, I retract some of my previous post. I read through the other comments and now understand the schoolies bit. Soff, and “I’m a unit.” are still out there.

    Soff= sodder off combination?

    @MsbuzzKill The only, and I do mean only trace of a logical explanation, is that they are being rebellious. “I’m fighting the norm, because I’m too cool to spell properly. Sure, I’ll get shit for it, but that’s what makes me an individual. I shall not conform to the rest of the bandwagon.”
    Of course, all that is translated into dumbed down monkey talk for their cases.

  3. Well, Christian’s post was readable. he has got that going for him.

  4. Unfortunately I understand bogan.

    soff = soft.
    “I’m a unit” = “I am crazy, don’t mess with me.”

  5. Oh and just to be clear

    “soff cunts” (or soft) is the equivalent to calling someone a “pussy”.

  6. I thought “I’m a unit” meant you were big or well built.
    I have heard of big girls called a unit.

    Either way, stupid to call yourself a unit.

  7. I haven’t heard ‘unit’ in years and it was always “you’re a fucking unit mate!” or “watch out, he’s a unit.” – so I could be wrong.

    I miss the combination insults from back in my day too. “swamp donkey” was a popular one with the girls, “fuck knuckle” (which I still hear from tine to time) was popular with the boys. Ah memories.

  8. Butt pirate, wank jockey, splooge wagon are all good ones.

    KnowDoubt is defs right. Soff = soft, they just can’t articulate very well.

  9. I bow to your superior knowledge “Old Timer” πŸ™‚

  10. FAIL PIC. Pic’s comments: tl;dr

  11. Gotta love what striking schools first with budget cuts has done for people around the world

  12. How come no one has yet to mention Cum Bucket? Or Cum dumpter? Those are my favorit ways to call someone a slut.

  13. Look personally well done Christian πŸ™‚ but ur forgetting one important thing; u cant win an argument with an idiot because they never know when they’ve lost πŸ˜› sometimes all u can do is walk away shaking ur head and wondering in amazement how they even know how to work a computer lol

  14. Not sure how Christian is being arrogant here :S Why should the polite and civilised of our society bend over to the uncultured fuck-wits that we are faced with on a day to day basis?
    The only things which bother me about this post are:
    1. People like that are actively breeding.
    2. He clearly went to a lot of effort phrasing that in a simple yet articulate way and the dumb bint couldn’t even be so courteus as to fucking read it. That shit’s just rude.

    Hats off to you sir!!!

  15. @naynay104 Actually the term ‘shit cunt’ is used in Britain. I’ve heard it where I live. I hate the town I live in now it’s become a shithole since I was little.

  16. @rainbowcubes87 I live in Britain, but I’ve never heard that used (though I do live in a shithole).
    I don’t want to seem like I’m contradicting you or anything by the way, I’m just curious as to where you live?

  17. Check out also the ‘youse’ (misspelt as use), plural of ‘you’, which I’ve heard of only in bogan Australia. πŸ˜€

  18. @67 – “Youse” (and “ya’s”) for plural of “you” is pretty popular in parts of the US as well. I’m aware of its use in some bits of the South and I’m sure it is also scattered about in other regions but *shrugs* I have heard it many times. xP

  19. If Chloe was edumacated and knew her punctuation, she could have simply put “tl;dr,” which is essentially what she said. That would have been a much better burn to talkie sister Christian.

    I do think if any of my friends got a misspelled tat, I’d never mention it. Like getting a bad rug or bad fake boobs. Just say, “Nice,” and move on.

    Doesn’t this tattoo look shitty, regardless of grammar? I’d say the artist was inexperienced (or drunk).

    “love where your at.” Don’t mind sentences that end with prepositions, with this one “at” exception. “Where you at?” grates on the mind.

    I want to chainfuck Chloe, that free-spirited hellcat.

  20. @ Fletch…if you was edumacated you could have simply said…im a southern reject that takes in the ass…for free.

    If any of my friends got a mispelled tattoo they would NEVER, hear the end of it. Pfft. Call yourself a friend? A shit one, maybe. oh, (regardless of grammar)

    @Britishhobo…you may be from the better of the european area, if in fact you are from GB, but, you comment far too many times for you to have an actual life that involves lIVING human beings but which also disincludes dead or alive animals :/ was gunna stop there but decided you deserved another “:/”

  21. @Shelley- I’ve lived all over the South and I’ve never heard “youse” anywhere but the Northeast US. “Ya’ll/y’all” is used in the South instead, though… πŸ™‚

  22. Australians. Schoolies is the end of year break I think and ΓΏouse is common.. also they’re morons…

  23. I was 18 when I finished high school, back when I started you had to be 5 or turning 5 by June 30th to start grade prep that year. They’ve since changed it in that you have to be 5 or turning 5 by April 30th to start grade prep.. at least that’s the way it is in Victoria. My brother and I were both born in August, we were both 18 the last few months of school, my sister was born in April, she finished this year and is only 17.

    As for tattoo’s and age restrictions, there are plenty of tattoo shops where I live that will tattoo a minor with parental consent, like when my best friend and I got our first tatt’s together, she was only 17 so her mum came with us.

    These people make me ashamed to be a human, let alone Australian.. Christian is my kinda people though, I too am one of those annoying people that need to point out spelling mistakes in peoples posts.. But I only do it to close friends who I know can hack it! LOL!

  24. There’s always that friend request or two that we don’t completely think through, then we feel obligated to keep them in our little world.

    I’m trying to overcome this. πŸ™‚

  25. hey, i know these people, to clear things up:
    christians first comment was ” *you’re ” , christian is a guy, we are in australia (victoria, embarrassingly with many bogans like sarah, chole and ‘bob’ in our town) and he went to school with sarah, not Bob.
    BTW, incase you’re interested, Sarah didn’t even go near Christian on schoolies, so no fucking his shit up…
    and also, seeing that this was put on lamebook made my week πŸ™‚

  26. It saddens me that this is the level of intelligence coming out of the Australian schooling system.
    Christian is definitely the kind of person I could be friends with. I never have the guts to point out spelling errors in FB posts, let alone do it with that much class.

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