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RE: Weekly Waste?


I don't know if you're too concerned about getting people on the board but I had a thought....

Create a new Weekly Waste category and call it Web Gems and you take the best/funniest/most random quote of the week from the board and slap it up on the WW section so people know what they're missing.

I got some slang candidates too, but that'll hafta wait til I have more time.

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Douche-sheeky is brilliance. Though I may change the spelling to Doucheiki. Or Douche-iki. Or Doucheshiki. Which looks best?

Come up with a more solid definition for the Mills' leg one and we can use it.

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I think "beat him with Heather Mills leg" is totally slang worthy.

I made up one in the car the other day. I was pretty worn out from work and drove by some college bro who had cut up his t-shirt to only leave the neck, front, and back. No sleeves or sides. I said out loud to myself, "Dude, nice douche-sheeky." And then I laughed. Does it make sense?

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thanks for the nod on weekly waste it`s about time.

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Can "beat [someone] with Heather Mills leg" be slang. i.e.

"Wow, biff looks haggard like merle"

"Yeah, he got in a fight over a coug at the bar last night and the other guy just absolutely beat him with Heather Mills leg."

"Dude."

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Ah, my bad. Yes, she is the queen of all gomes. I could buy almost any guy being a secret wife abuser...except for Paul McCartney. I mean, c'mon. Who is she kidding? Someone should beat her with her own leg.

But Paul does like 'em racky doesn't he?

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You are correct sir!

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I think EA was referring to the gome status of Heather Mills as the one you'd be excited about.



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I was extremely proud of you for nominating Dennis for gome status. I wonder how that whole going Republican thing is working out for him? Obviously not very well. Say it ain't so Dennis. Say it ain't so.

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Thanks, my man.

I figured biff would feel me on the gome, that's for sure.

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Biff totally called in the gome of the week didn't he?

I'd like to add to the top ten (eleven?) list the bum that on your way out the store can't remember that he already asked you for change 15 seconds ago when you walked into the store that he was panhandling out front of.

The movie and record are pretty exemplary too. Nice job all around this week.


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poop

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Sainte-Dode

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If you look it up there should be a picture of Jacoby Shaddix.

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What's a dodestain?

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It's Jacoby Shaddix, lead singer of Papa Roach.

He is a dodestain.

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I have to admit that I often don't recognize the Cancel One Career candidate. I think it might be the fact that I don't follow entertainment news too much...?

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This line from this weeks Top Ten List...

"Can now spend my Sundays not watching other things that have been spoiled by greed"

...made me laugh for like five minutes. Did anyone read the article about the Blood of the Innocent guy an notice that he referenced Star Wars ("scum and villainy") in his manifesto? Just thought I would point that out.

Quick question: Who was this week's "Cancel One Career?" I have no idea who that choad is.

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Lately I've been saying "Razzle Dazzle!" quite a bit, NBA Jams style. I would classify that as a deph choice of words. Actually, I use pretty much all of the phrases from that game.

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I think it's time for "def" to come back. Only this time, it should be spelled "deph" to give it a little update. Watch for deph coming to the SlyBoard.

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I like to challenge myself.

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I knew what Stunna was talking about.

I can't believe you came up with "Scrotum Coaster." I love the idea of you sitting there at the computer for 30 minutes trying to think of a new word for taint.

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It was just my attempt to be funny af the movie on weekly waste

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Stunna, sometimes I think I need a decoder ring to decipher your posts.

Check it, I put scrotum coaster on the Urban Dictionary.

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movies on the illigitimate chilldren of a once grate video game villian.

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Golden.

Also, Wock, I posted this in the wrong forum already, but I nominate Stunna's "Brobie Won Kenobi" for Slang status.

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yes dearcells is waiting for the tm on the team name portland hidden****s

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They should have a separate TNBA for the trannies.

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I would definitely watch trannies in the NBA!

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I too think it's great.

Wock- I am too lazy to search our slang archive to see if we have already used these, but here are two that the old lady and I use frequently.

Conversation Over- I stole this from that sweet SNL book where they interview everyone. Apparently Lorne Michaels actually says this to abruptly end a conversation. I think that rules. The usage was someone was talking to him at a concert. When the band came on Lorne simply said "Conversation over" and turned around.

Whatever You- I stole this from a conversation that Nica told us that she had. She was arguing with someone and when they said "whatever" she yelled back "whatever you" and walked away. I still love saying this.

Like I said. These may totally already be on the site.

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I like it EA, I'm totally going to try it out today, I'll let you know how it goes over.

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I've got some slang for you. It comes from the State a decade and a half ago. Specifically, the Bearded Men of Space Station 11 skit. Have a look

I propose the phrase "you're wrong about the beards" as an awesome phrase to disagree with someone in a most random fashion. It doesn't matter what they're talking about, you just have to tell them they're wrong about the beards and it's game over.

-- Edited by EA Sports at 09:50, 2008-01-08

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I just feel priviledged to have been granted a moniker. Gaylord Perry is just too awesome.

So what sort of clientele do they get at the Gaylord Center?

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I am still laughing at what Wock wrote.

Just for a chuckle, I thought you guys would like to know that the NHL's Nashville Predators play in the Gaylord Entertainment Center. No joke.

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You are a brave man to take on Gaylord Perry.

FYI, Paul Assenmacher is also available.

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Or saying LOL instead of just lauging.




I've never heard that happen, just thought it would be funny.





Man, now that i have a moniker, I'd better try a rap or two..... that's not likely to be pretty.

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Gaylord is all yours. I too think it is lame that slang gets added into the dictionary, but what are you going to do? I do think it is frightening that kids today are so idiotic that they are including text slang in essays. I am sorry. You are an idiot if you do that. What kills me is when people say the text abbreviations in a conversation. You typing "BRB" makes sense. It saves you time. You saying it in lieu of "be right back" does not. It just makes you sound annoying.

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I whole-heartedly agree with that sentiment Wock.

Speaking of Johnny Wockenfuss, Biff Pocaroba and Jose Oquendo: Is there anyone in the CAC pantheon that has taken the name of Gaylord Perry? If not, may I stake a claim?

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Yeah they do. That's basically how I feel.

It's not the dictionary's job to be hip.

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Reaction to w00t here. LAist nails it pretty well in their commentary snippet.

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I don't think even widely used slang necessarily belongs in the dictionary. Doesn't that make it obsolete as a piece of slang?

I'm all for short hand and abbreviations, they certainly have their place and are quite useful, but when you get people talking about it as "IM-speak" then you've lost your grip on reality. And you sure as hell can't use that sh!t in formal essays for classwork, business proposals etc. That would be ludacris!

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Sell shirts all you want, but I'm not sure that something like w00t has a place in an actual dictionary. I guess if it's become widely used slang... still, this doesn't seem like a step in the right direction. Same with this.

Then again I just bought this book and it's the hottest grammar porn I've ever read.

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Indeed, the article I linked to mentioned shirts being sold with the legend "w00t" on them. I'm up in arms about it!



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Ouch. w00t? That is lame. Speaking of, I now see people walking around with shirts that say "pwned." Oh this nerd culture.

I agree with Wock that "grundle" just isn't a very funny word. Don't get me wrong, I think taint should have endless upon endless synonyms. But "grundle" doesn't make me chuckle every time I say it like "maple bar" does. I just chuckled right now. Maple bar. Again with the chuckle.

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I like grundle for it's seeming disconnect from the body part it describes. I think about it and go, "where did that come from?" and that for me is quite funny. I don't think any one is better than any other, all should be used with as much frequency as possible in order to combat crap like this.

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I know, I'm a little shocked myself.

I still think taint, gobbler, fleshy fun bridge and maple bar are way funnier though.

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I'm fairly surprised that you've never heard the term "grundle" before. Granted, I myself was only clued in a handfull of years ago, I would have figured you, a purveyor of all things slang, to have known. Very curious.

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That guy on the left just kills me every time.

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Yeah, I also really chuckled at that. The Oak Ridge Boys make me laugh. About a year ago I was flipping channels and caught them performing some patriotic concert. It mesmerized me. I sat there and watched the whole thing thinking that it was about the furthest thing away from my reality that I had ever seen. Four old white guys singing about the old stars and stripes. Bizarre.

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I'm digging number three on the top ten this week. Giddy up a oom bop-a, oom bop-a, mow mow



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