Not-that-emo, on Feb 22 2011, 09:41 AM, said:
Is that a word?
I'd like to point out, that if cinema is anything to go by, then the british accent is nothing like americans think it is, at least i've never heard anyone speak like that.
Yes it's a word! With a secret meaning behind it. Actually it's not a word. Something my friend came up with to tell when we're teasing or being serious. It's really hard to tell the difference lol
gizme98, on Feb 22 2011, 11:15 AM, said:
I'm south african to X-D its not always nice for me.
And anyway, i also like the scottish slag word for police- polis (pronounced the way its spelt) it just sounds so cool if said with a scottish accent. I also like the word tofu cause it just sounds weird when i say it.
We call them Popo. Not even joking.
Not-that-emo, on Feb 23 2011, 09:51 AM, said:
I think you'll find it's "ello guvna, to o' the mornin' to ya".
Yeah, no one really speaks like that any more (around here at least) sadly, i may start a trend though.
Boggle and rhubarb.
Mainly because of film quotes;
"Mellow greetings to you sir, what seems to be your boggle?" - Demolition Man
"Never rub another man's rhubarb" - Batman (the original Batman, and the best quote ever)
I remember that!! I think i saw that movie when i was 12? And afterwards i couldn't stop saying boggle.