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Author:  FarmMan1812 [ Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:19 pm ]
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This thread will probably fail, but I'll give it a try.
I don't think this has been threaded yet, if it has, I couldn't find it.

What are some sayings or words with a made up meanings that you have.

One that is said at my school is "Antler."
It doesn't have an exact meaning, it just means anything.
Like, ummm.... a keyboard is a Typing Antler, a pencil is Drawing Antler, a mouse is an Antler, a cup is an Antler, etc.

Another is "Lobo."
I know it really means wolf in spanish, but my friend and I use it as a way to describe something.
Like, "Hey Ray, that movie was so Lobo."

What are some of yours?

Author:  Psykeout [ Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:34 pm ]
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flitty. it means whatever you want, baby. usually something good though. also flubbin, but thats someone else's, im just borrowing it.

Author:  Sketcherofstuff [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:36 pm ]
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Uh... aren't antlers the branch like horns on a deer's, moose's, etc. head?

Author:  Psykeout [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:32 pm ]
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no. thats ridiculous.



yes.

Author:  Coatl_Ruu [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:11 pm ]
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My friends and I have plenty.

However, I can't think of any that the filter would let me explain. :P

Author:  FarmMan1812 [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:20 pm ]
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Sketcherofstuff Wrote:
Uh... aren't antlers the branch like horns on a deer's, moose's, etc. head?

Yeah, that's why it's funny.
Haha
We saw a deer that day, thats how we got the idea.

Author:  Chaplin [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:41 pm ]
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Boberton: The crappiest name you can give your child. I intend to name 7 of my children like that.

Author:  Zander [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:14 pm ]
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Chaplin Wrote:
Boberton: The crappiest name you can give your child. I intend to name 7 of my children like that.


theres a girl in my class detirmined to name her child, (boy or girl)

Kolifiono




ps.

poot-YEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAHHHH

something you say when theres an awkward silence.

Author:  Penwrite [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:29 pm ]
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Flappalicious: a way to describe an especially delicious batch of pancakes.

Author:  Nitrosparxx [ Thu Feb 10, 2011 12:42 am ]
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Ownage: an interjection for something awesome or the act of schooling someone

Author:  Kyderra [ Thu Feb 10, 2011 1:03 am ]
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Redding someone's hair

er, well in dutch you got " Blonding" (dying your hair blond)
so I just say "redding" (dying your hair red)
in dutch terms, blonderen and rooderen

Author:  44R0NM10 [ Thu Feb 10, 2011 8:04 am ]
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I use both 'Buck' and 'Frick' as words to indicate I'm really annoyed. You know, like Euphemisms. :D

Author:  Enty [ Thu Feb 10, 2011 5:38 pm ]
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Schmeck- onomatopoeia for a light kiss.

Other than that,
Coatl_Ruu Wrote:
My friends and I have plenty.

However, I can't think of any that the filter would let me explain. :P

Author:  Sketcherofstuff [ Fri Feb 11, 2011 4:43 pm ]
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Uh... A lot of people use words that mean things to mean totally different things... if that counts.

Specifically using words that mean ill, disgusting, or decomposing to mean cool or awesome, which doesn't make much sense. You know, like "sick" "nasty" etc. Oh, wait.

Buns.

Buns can mean anything. Everybody at my school says it.

Author:  FarmMan1812 [ Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:09 pm ]
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(Saying)
Something funny that my Spanish Teacher said -->
"Hola Hola Coca-Cola"
And I was like, "Haha, it's funny because it rhymes."
Everyone looked at me in a wired way when I said that.
They just don't understand Forum's talk :roll: :lol: :lol:

Author:  Medli [ Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:28 pm ]
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"OW SHALOMBA! MY HIP!"
We first came up with it when we found walking canes in our classroom. No one spoke up when we asked who they belonged to, so we played old people ranting at young people, and every now and then, someone would yell out "OW SHALOMBA, MY HIP".
We stopped playing old people, but still every now and then, the hip cry can be heard.

Author:  Anthroguy101 [ Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:05 pm ]
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Untillectual, a person of low intelligence who is taken seriously by a large group of people. A stupid person who claims to be intelligent and all-knowing. A person paid to spread lies and fear.

Author:  NightFox [ Fri Feb 11, 2011 11:27 pm ]
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"I have anxiety issues and will chew up the furniture and pee on the carpet."
Usually it follows something like "not me" or "no thanks."
I'm the only person I know who says it though.
Also this is very not-major, but when someone asks me a not yes or no question, and I'm in a mood to mess with people, I answer "yes."

Author:  Anthroguy101 [ Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:50 pm ]
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Autofav - a person or persons who will automatically favorite or like your material on a social networking website.

Author:  copper [ Sat Feb 12, 2011 9:29 pm ]
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I use the word okay when I have nothing to say. Does that count?

Author:  Anthroguy101 [ Sat Feb 12, 2011 10:23 pm ]
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Carcissistic - adj. 1. one who has an unnatural lust and/or obsessesion with their vehicle. 2. One who cares more for their vehicle than people.

Author:  The Game [ Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:55 pm ]
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Bap- Easy way to fill an awkward silence. Unfortunately, it creates another one, way more awkward silence.

Fleeping- A mixture of 'flipping' and 'beep'. Best way to not get in trouble for saying 'frickin'

Author:  FarmMan1812 [ Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:47 am ]
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I throw my spanish in the air sometimes, singin' ay-oh! No comprendo!
I wanna find another e-lec-tive, sayin' ay-oh! Si, problemo!

Author:  0404 [ Sat Oct 06, 2012 12:11 am ]
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"Yadi?" - yahh? Hehhh, yeah? Vhat?

Furfect =fur+perfect.
Furight = fur- alright

Wrong wrong worng wrong wrongidy wrong- that just ain't right.

I have a habbit of calling my friends by first three or four letters of their name. Like Megan - Meg, Richard - Rich. Etc

I say/use term 10-4 quite often.

Author:  Cm4F [ Sat Oct 06, 2012 1:23 am ]
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This isn't made up, but when ever someone does something clumsy, drops something, or messes up in anyway, I'll say to them, "You see, this is why we can't have nice things!!!"

Author:  Leafolawl [ Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:18 am ]
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Bloody muffins! = "I'm surprised," "Something's wrong in the right way here," or "That's messed up."

Something's wrong in the right way here. = Something's not to a social norm, and I like it.

Cupcakes!(sometimes break out into Pinkie Pie's "Cupcake" song) = "I don't feel like explaining this to you," "I don't have an explanation," "Don't mind me, I'm just here, existing," or "I'm shouting this just to make noise."

(Insert anything here) = Various uses.

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Being as weird as I am... the last one shouldn't be a surprise to anyone.

Author:  13Swords [ Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:24 pm ]
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Fierschnecken (FEE*er*ShNEHK*in) - adj. - used to describe that dirty, foul, terrible, disgusting, wretched, vile, evil person whom I am not allowed to swear about in my current company.

Author:  The Grey Wolverine [ Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:00 pm ]
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Quizabuck (Quiz-a-buck): A really hard question

Author:  Leafolawl [ Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:13 pm ]
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The Grey Wolverine Wrote:
Quizabuck (Quiz-a-buck): A really hard question

That's a reference to something... I just don't remember what.

I also forgot "Friganfraganfriganfrag"(frig-ANNE-frag-an-frig-in-frag) = It's a totally pointless phrase-thingy I made up on day to have fun saying for no reason. |3

Author:  44R0NM10 [ Fri Oct 26, 2012 4:44 pm ]
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something I say a lot that only my friends understand:

"Are you Swiss?" which means "Are you serious?"

Author:  0404 [ Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:16 pm ]
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Long gonner: person who is dead, really really dead.

Author:  Cm4F [ Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:14 pm ]
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I hope this doesn't go against any forum rules.

I'm pretty sure that you've all heard the expression "S word" Just Got Real. Well my friends and I are very against cursing, but we think it's a fun thing to say. Like someone will say it during a movie. But we wanted something new to say that meant the same thing, and we got something. We were watching a movie and one of the characters ripped his sleeves of before a fight, and I was all, "Woah guys, the sleeves came off, "S word" just got real."

And thus we have a new saying. When ever stuff gets real we say "The sleeves came off!"

Author:  Leafolawl [ Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:17 pm ]
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Leafolawl Wrote:
The Grey Wolverine Wrote:
Quizabuck (Quiz-a-buck): A really hard question

That's a reference to something... I just don't remember what.

I just remembered. That's an actual word on Dictionary.com. It even means the same thing.
Cm4F Wrote:
I hope this doesn't go against any forum rules.

I'm pretty sure that you've all heard the expression "S word" Just Got Real. Well my friends and I are very against cursing, but we think it's a fun thing to say. Like someone will say it during a movie. But we wanted something new to say that meant the same thing, and we got something. We were watching a movie and one of the characters ripped his sleeves of before a fight, and I was all, "Woah guys, the sleeves came off, "S word" just got real."

And thus we have a new saying. When ever stuff gets real we say "The sleeves came off!"

This is probably one of the greatest things I have read.

Author:  yehoshua [ Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:06 am ]
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Socupe
It's a typo for the Spanish word desocupe which means unoccupied

"Estoy muy socupado" = "I am very unoccupied"

I was with my friends in a chat and the typo came up but the word stuck because of the funniness.

Author:  0404 [ Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:02 pm ]
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No clue Blues clues: I have no clue but we'll eventually find out.

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