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Aristotle  (Level: 72.7 - Posts: 191)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 3:27 PM


I saw a funny phrase in one of the threads, but can't find out which one it was in: 'I'm on it, like stink on a monkey'. I've been using it all day in a variety of different ways and it is now officially my 'favourite new phrase'. Has anyone got any similar, funny phrases?

Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5235)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 3:53 PM

I am gonna pick you up and throw you down til you're just a little sticky spot.

I am gonna love, and squeeze you, and kiss you, and call you George. (variation from a cartoon)

Caramel1  (Level: 135.0 - Posts: 21586)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 4:58 PM

Aristotle, the thread you are looking for is "Wager Tokens" and those words could only have come from Smaug as the perfect reply to a rather patronizing comment

Caramel1  (Level: 135.0 - Posts: 21586)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 5:08 PM

sorry, "Showdown Tokens"

Suzannec  (Level: 258.6 - Posts: 616)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 5:21 PM

My favorite phrase (and I even made it up!) is "Classroom smart but playground stupid".

Sandracam  (Level: 149.3 - Posts: 4190)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 5:25 PM

"We're all Bozos on This Bus"

Bobolicios  (Level: 119.6 - Posts: 1745)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 6:17 PM

Mine is it is on like Donkey Kong!

Pennwoman  (Level: 161.8 - Posts: 2476)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 6:24 PM

When I get really riled, instead of the usual swear words, I tend to mutter, "Jesus, Mary and Joseph". I have no idea why. I was raised Methodist but we RARELY went to church, I went to Catholic nursing school, but really didnt pick up much religion wise when there. I also like to string together four of the usual swear words, I find them calming. I'll spare you the details. Which reminds me, of when my daughter was about 7, we had a long talk about swear words, I explained that they are really only just words, but that they were not to be used, as they could be offensive to people. She then asked the meaning of some words, which I covered. She pondered this and said, so really they are just words, so I could say "the dog shat on the rug" .... what could I say, she was right!

Aristotle  (Level: 72.7 - Posts: 191)
Fri, 10th Jul '09 6:57 PM

Great phrases! I'm going to try using all of them tomorrow (so watch out world). And thanks for spotting the right thread, Linda.

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