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#36 - nakedclothes
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(03/25/2013) [-]
what website are these from? it looks funny
#53 to #37 - xxitzchubbsxx
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(03/25/2013) [-]
no no no you got it wrong it's You need to login to view this link
#46 to #37 - galkawhm
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Blueberry! My favorite!
#38 to #37 - nakedclothes
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(03/25/2013) [-]
boy I know what a blue waffle is
#86 to #37 - bluebocat
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(03/25/2013) [-]
i ******* clicked that **** just to be aware that i remember what a blue waffle is...that **** is ******* disgusting
#18 - peggscott
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Where I'm from it means delighted; pleased; satisfied

Pic related, I'm from Glasgow...
#40 to #18 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
isn't glasgow fictional? i was led to believe that glasgow is just from old stories like atlantis or el dorado.
#43 to #40 - peggscott
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(03/25/2013) [-]
huh... Glasgow is a city in Scotland...
#1 - tealcanaan ONLINE
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(03/24/2013) [-]
Got to love the English language and all of its' complexities.
#82 - waffies
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Some clunes can just take their duluth, dewlish little digits and yaddlethorpe themselves into a trewoofe
#73 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Scran. Swig. Poey. Bladdard.

All English slag, but what do they mean? Go!

#74 to #73 - wheres
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Scran = Eat
Swig = Drink
Poey = I'm english and I've never heard that.
Bladdard = Do you mean blaggard?
#76 to #74 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Poey is short for "potent", meaning really good. Used a lot by scousers. "That girl was proper poey" or "this weed is poey"

And no, bladdard meaning really drunk.
#104 to #76 - joshbritton **User deleted account**
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#79 to #76 - wheres
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(03/25/2013) [-]
I'm from up north, but I can't say I've come into much contact with Scousers.
Hell's teeth = ?
#72 - danilawleit
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(03/25/2013) [-]
>mfw everybody is getting so confused and I use this word at least 4 times a week
#67 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
This post is quite lobstromonous
#31 - shishiko **User deleted account**
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(03/25/2013) [-]
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#20 - samoaspider
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(03/25/2013) [-]
guys, guys, i got it, guys, what if its a women-only word?   
like if you give a lady a her birthday present, she'll say "thank you, this makes me really chuffed"   
and you pretty much will not know if you pleased her or not
guys, guys, i got it, guys, what if its a women-only word?
like if you give a lady a her birthday present, she'll say "thank you, this makes me really chuffed"
and you pretty much will not know if you pleased her or not
#105 - whtmike
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Good job, Einstein

Get it, Einstein was a genius yet we use his name as an insult. Ok, I'll leave now
#98 - mteverestand
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(03/25/2013) [-]
amerifags don't even understand.

neither do we
#11 - flashfire
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Read, Lead, Read, Lead, Red, Led.
#58 to #11 - fargone
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(03/25/2013) [-]
It gets worse.
Lead->Led->Read->Red
Lead->Read->Reed

How the **** did any of us make it through elementary school?
#5 - mackigol
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(03/25/2013) [-]
I've never heard 'chuffed' used in a negative way.
#4 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
There is a word like that in sweden called _grina. It either means crying or laughing depending on wich part of the country you are in.
#48 - corundum
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(03/25/2013) [-]
What in the *******...
#55 to #48 - MoooP
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(03/25/2013) [-]
those all mean similar things, what's the problem with that?
#81 to #55 - corundum
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(03/25/2013) [-]
made-up; negligible; worth arguing
to bring forth; to make meaningless; to fight over

Not contradictory, but not exactly similar.
#106 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
im from the middle of england and we use chuffed as the happy meaning.

'ahh mans bare chuffed, peng missus'
#84 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
chuffed only has one meaning, this is wrong
#47 - zerositnator
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#27 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
Where I come from in England, a "chuff" is an arsehole...
#60 to #27 - gowge
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(03/25/2013) [-]
When used in the term "up the chuff "yes it is
#75 to #60 - keggut **User deleted account**
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#77 to #75 - gowge
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(03/25/2013) [-]
I know i live here
I know i live here
#21 - anon
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(03/25/2013) [-]
I am chuffed with this post.