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« Reply #45 on: August 13, 2010, 02:23:10 PM »


It's word usually heard in the north of England/Scotland. I think it means something like fool/idiot/ twit. Not a particularly rude word. I always think it's a rather sweet, affectionate word. If there's anyone on here from up North, I'm sure they will clarify. Is there anyone on here from Northern England/Scotland, I wonder?
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« Reply #46 on: August 13, 2010, 03:25:07 PM »

Argggh. I didn't mean to be catty. It was my feeble attempt at a joke.  :worry-rose: Really, there's enough depressing nastiness out in cyberspace without me adding to it. Should Ms. Mendes ever pass through: Sorry love didn't mean any offence. I am a numpty.

Perhaps catty was not the word I was looking for. Your joke was funny to me, though.  :D
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« Reply #47 on: August 13, 2010, 03:29:31 PM »

It's word usually heard in the north of England/Scotland. I think it means something like fool/idiot/ twit. Not a particularly rude word. I always think it's a rather sweet, affectionate word. If there's anyone on here from up North, I'm sure they will clarify. Is there anyone on here from Northern England/Scotland, I wonder?

Ye grrrrret noompteh! <---- this is how it must be said for maximum effect

Don't know about all that North business, I'm from Rome.   ;D
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« Reply #48 on: August 13, 2010, 04:16:50 PM »

It's word usually heard in the north of England/Scotland. I think it means something like fool/idiot/ twit. Not a particularly rude word. I always think it's a rather sweet, affectionate word. If there's anyone on here from up North, I'm sure they will clarify. Is there anyone on here from Northern England/Scotland, I wonder?

Ye grrrrret noompteh! <---- this is how it must be said for maximum effect

Don't know about all that North business, I'm from Rome.   ;D
I always thought 'numpty' = brainless/clueless.....................nah, can't be you TP! :lol: :cheers:
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« Reply #49 on: August 13, 2010, 08:00:01 PM »


It's word usually heard in the north of England/Scotland. I think it means something like fool/idiot/ twit. Not a particularly rude word. I always think it's a rather sweet, affectionate word. If there's anyone on here from up North, I'm sure they will clarify. Is there anyone on here from Northern England/Scotland, I wonder?

I lurve all the witty British words for common, ordinary things..Spices them up!!!! I wanna be a Brit..Can I, plz???  :crush:
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« Reply #50 on: August 13, 2010, 08:20:54 PM »

Ray looks like he is very at ease with himself there. Looking a little chuffed, even. :cheers:
Eva Mendes is a lovely looking lady.  Except she seems to have left the house with a duvet wrapped around her waist. Lovely dress though.

I think you catty hens have rubbed off on me (perverts!) cos I was thinking the same thing.  :think:  Eva is certainly lovely otherwise though!


I just lurve the way the Brits have all these witty great words for ordinary, everyday things...Spices them up!!!!! Not to sound unpatriotic or anything, but I wanna be a BRIT!!!   :crush: :cool2: :clap: :cheers:
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« Reply #51 on: August 13, 2010, 08:43:55 PM »

Ray looks like he is very at ease with himself there. Looking a little chuffed, even. :cheers:
Eva Mendes is a lovely looking lady.  Except she seems to have left the house with a duvet wrapped around her waist. Lovely dress though.

I think you catty hens have rubbed off on me (perverts!) cos I was thinking the same thing.  :think:  Eva is certainly lovely otherwise though!


Hmm, apparently Ray liked her, too, TP...duvet and all...according to this article about NYC premiere:  :devilish:

While Wahlberg left his wife and four kids at home in Los Angeles, Ferrell's wife Viveca Paulin came along to New York City's Ziegfeld Theater for the fun, where they greeted the rest of the happy crowd that worked on the film. There was the film's screenwriter Chris Henchy and his wife Brooke Shields, and stars Samuel L. Jackson with wife LaTanya Richardson, Steve Coogan with girlfriend and new reality show star China Chow and Ice-T along with his wife Coco.

Eva Mendes came solo, and soon drew a crowd of admirers including a gaggle of her male co-stars in the flick, from Ray Stevenson and Rob Riggle to Damon Wayans, Jr., and Bobby Cannavale. As basically the only female in the cast, Mendes admitted at an earlier press conference that actually getting paid to star in "The Other Guys" was almost not fair.





http://www.cinenema.com/cozy-couples-at-the-other-guys-premiere
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« Reply #52 on: August 14, 2010, 02:30:34 AM »

Ray looks like he is very at ease with himself there. Looking a little chuffed, even. :cheers:
Eva Mendes is a lovely looking lady.  Except she seems to have left the house with a duvet wrapped around her waist. Lovely dress though.

I think you catty hens have rubbed off on me (perverts!) cos I was thinking the same thing.  :think:  Eva is certainly lovely otherwise though!


Hmm, apparently Ray liked her, too, TP//duvet and all...according to this article about NYC premiere.  :devilish:

While Wahlberg left his wife and four kids at home in Los Angeles, Ferrell's wife Viveca Paulin came along to New York City's Ziegfeld Theater for the fun, where they greeted the rest of the happy crowd that worked on the film. There was the film's screenwriter Chris Henchy and his wife Brooke Shields, and stars Samuel L. Jackson with wife LaTanya Richardson, Steve Coogan with girlfriend and new reality show star China Chow and Ice-T along with his wife Coco.



Suddenly I'm thinking about having some Seafood Mai Fun and chilled Orange Pekoe with lemon. Kidding. I will go back to bed and wait until I'm awake again, later, to eat and to drink some caffeine. :koffie:

Wonder if Ice-T and his wife Coco have a daughter named Soy Chai Latte? :hide:

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« Reply #53 on: August 14, 2010, 01:29:03 PM »

Ray looks like he is very at ease with himself there. Looking a little chuffed, even. :cheers:
Eva Mendes is a lovely looking lady.  Except she seems to have left the house with a duvet wrapped around her waist. Lovely dress though.

I think you catty hens have rubbed off on me (perverts!) cos I was thinking the same thing.  :think:  Eva is certainly lovely otherwise though!


I just lurve the way the Brits have all these witty great words for ordinary, everyday things...Spices them up!!!!! Not to sound unpatriotic or anything, but I wanna be a BRIT!!!   :crush: :cool2: :clap: :cheers:


Our language is all we have to offer the world these days, mob!

I had to explain to my non British cousin the meaning of gobsmacked the other day: To be gobsmacked means to be lost for words. Not to be confused with gobshite which means a person who is really, really not lost for words. But if you persist in being a gobshite you are quite likely to be smacked in the gob. Which isn't the same as being gobsmacked. I suppose if you are smacked in the gob hard enough, you could end up being gobsmacked, which would stop you being a gobshite for a while at least.

He was confused.
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« Reply #54 on: August 14, 2010, 02:53:32 PM »

:drule:
I had to explain to my non British cousin the meaning of gobsmacked the other day: To be gobsmacked means to be lost for words. Not to be confused with gobshite which means a person who is really, really not lost for words. But if you persist in being a gobshite you are quite likely to be smacked in the gob. Which isn't the same as being gobsmacked. I suppose if you are smacked in the gob hard enough, you could end up being gobsmacked, which would stop you being a gobshite for a while at least.

He was confused.



 :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol: 

Hope I remember all that when I am truly gobsmacked, which as those who know me know, rarely happens  . Does that make me gobshite? And I do recall being smacked in the gob a few times.   :spank: :drule:
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« Reply #55 on: August 14, 2010, 03:50:45 PM »

Wonder if Ice-T and his wife Coco have a daughter named Soy Chai Latte? :hide:

Go to your room.  :hmm:

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« Reply #56 on: August 14, 2010, 03:54:10 PM »

I had to explain to my non British cousin the meaning of gobsmacked the other day: To be gobsmacked means to be lost for words. Not to be confused with gobshite which means a person who is really, really not lost for words. But if you persist in being a gobshite you are quite likely to be smacked in the gob. Which isn't the same as being gobsmacked. I suppose if you are smacked in the gob hard enough, you could end up being gobsmacked, which would stop you being a gobshite for a while at least.

He was confused.

*golfclap* Bra-vo.  :D

I'm usually lost for words but prattle on anyway.  :blah2:
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« Reply #57 on: August 14, 2010, 04:22:04 PM »

Ray looks like he is very at ease with himself there. Looking a little chuffed, even. :cheers:
Eva Mendes is a lovely looking lady.  Except she seems to have left the house with a duvet wrapped around her waist. Lovely dress though.

I think you catty hens have rubbed off on me (perverts!) cos I was thinking the same thing.  :think:  Eva is certainly lovely otherwise though!


I just lurve the way the Brits have all these witty great words for ordinary, everyday things...Spices them up!!!!! Not to sound unpatriotic or anything, but I wanna be a BRIT!!!   :crush: :cool2: :clap: :cheers:


Our language is all we have to offer the world these days, mob!

I had to explain to my non British cousin the meaning of gobsmacked the other day: To be gobsmacked means to be lost for words. Not to be confused with gobshite which means a person who is really, really not lost for words. But if you persist in being a gobshite you are quite likely to be smacked in the gob. Which isn't the same as being gobsmacked. I suppose if you are smacked in the gob hard enough, you could end up being gobsmacked, which would stop you being a gobshite for a while at least.

He was confused.


*clouds part* *light shines through* Good explanation, I gather..red! :clap: :cheers:

(The thing posted before I typed anything, again. I still think it could have been my fault, though.  ::) )

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« Reply #58 on: August 14, 2010, 04:26:43 PM »

:drule:
I had to explain to my non British cousin the meaning of gobsmacked the other day: To be gobsmacked means to be lost for words. Not to be confused with gobshite which means a person who is really, really not lost for words. But if you persist in being a gobshite you are quite likely to be smacked in the gob. Which isn't the same as being gobsmacked. I suppose if you are smacked in the gob hard enough, you could end up being gobsmacked, which would stop you being a gobshite for a while at least.

He was confused.



 :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol: 

Hope I remember all that when I am truly gobsmacked, which as those who know me know, rarely happens  . Does that make me gobshite? And I do recall being smacked in the gob a few times.   :spank: :drule:

:popcorn: !!!

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« Reply #59 on: August 14, 2010, 04:30:10 PM »

Wonder if Ice-T and his wife Coco have a daughter named Soy Chai Latte? :hide:

Go to your room.  :hmm:

 :D

*gets a room*  ( doh! I forgot that there is no smiley for "Get A Room" in here. That is an SCBG smiley. :shy: :shrug:) :anyone: *crickets*

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