Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by SeaBreeze, Dec 31, 2007.
Since we were thread jacking- happy new year! anyone wants a drink?!
whatrya haven batman?
Happy New Year Everyone! So Far The Future Is Looking Rosie!
what about Jim?
11 hours, 37 minutes before its Midnight
Just got back from my New Year's party. It went off in case anyone's wondering.
All you people still in 2007 are living in the past.
i have 11 hours to go.
That's ages. No wonder people suffer from jet lag.
just 11 hours? I have over 14. lol
crap. I hate new years eve. such annouyance
There are drunk people shouting along my street ...
Sorry about that.....
AUSTRALIA IS NOW IN 2008. WE RULE MAN.
lol, Australia does rule, especially when I play RISK. It is always my last ditch effort country, and for some reason near impossible to take over. lol
HAHAHA. SUFFA MATE!
Risk is a game? is it just Risk or initials for something long?
Just google it. RISK. its a strategic board game. I have played it since I was a kid.
Man. I went for a tipsy womble around the block with my BF and I saw a shooting star!
kool. I saw the sky turn to rain.
lol, the many different forms of English out there kill me. Just working on the forum I run across other Americans, Australians and British, and the word usage is astounding. So let me ask you, are there any words Americans use profusely that aren't in your normal lexicon? e.g. English use "bloody"
Australians use 'bloody' too.
Not sure about American words, per say, probably stuff like Gosha nd Sure! All that American sugar sweetness. Give us some American words!
Well, the American English itself isn't too bad, but when you break it down into the multiple slang forms from ethnicities, it can become quite exuberant to understand. I actually think they tried to classify ebonics as its own language. I dunno though.
As for some words itself, "tight", refers to something that is bad ass, umm, gosh and sure, I use sure somewhat, never gosh. I have a nasty habit of using ya'll, short for you all, which is generally accepted as souther terminology in the states.
lol well we Aussies use the same words lol
Hmmm.. I smell a conspiracay here...
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