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Folks Of Interest Catch words, phrases coined

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by joeycarpunk, Feb 15, 2020.

  1. texasred
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    Dead nuts, like that was something good to have
     
  2. RJP
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    "Is it HAMB approved?" or "Hey, that isn't HAMB approved."
     
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  3. So was that before or after you’re damn skippy?
     
  4. Fortunateson
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    I don't have a clue on how to pronounce that word or what it means...
     
  5. Happydaze
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    Listen.
    Back story.
    Reach out.

    Chris
     
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  6. As a wise man once said,surely you can’t be serious?


    Sent from my iPhone using H.A.M.B.
     
  7. The Shift Wizard
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    Before, guaranteed. :cool:
    "You're damn skippy" is spin-off, play on the Mother phrase "Damn straight". :rolleyes: :p
     
  8. Moon50F3
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    Don’t call me Shirley....
     
  9. williebill
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    If we could ban the use of all these dumbass words, just think, how quiet the world would be...….
    Ahhhhhhh, I'm seeing an old, estrogen filled Coke commercial, somewhere on a hill..
    So quiet...
    Just think, you use these phrases, and your head explodes like in Kingsmen.
    The world would be full of exploded heads..
    Ahhhhhhhhhhh……….
     
  10. 51504bat
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    "Not in a hurry to sell, just testing the waters". Which really means is that if you give stupid money for this POS I'll gladly sell it to you.
     
  11. Baumi
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    My younger sister and her friend, he´s a DJ from L.A., were visiting us over the Christmas holidays.Both lare artists and live in the UK and tha U.S. Her friend doesn´t speak German, so our language during their stay was English of course. When they were talking to each other, it was a conversation just like the one you discribed. I figured they had a contest who could use the most words without saying anything, and the winner would be the one who could talk for an hour like that without sharing any information. When the were talking to us they were using normal English sentences....it was really annoying to find out what they were trying to say.... Just say it, dammit, hahahaha
     
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  12. chopped
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    "What's the least you'll take." I'm more interested in the most you'll give.
     
  13. It's the same,but different...... WTF does that mean? :eek:
     
  14. Penetrator
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    Check my location, eh? I said may be a Canadian thing when questioned about it. I heard the annoying "word" years before text and it just won't die!

    See what you made me do? Now I'm going to take flak for using "eh". :rolleyes:

    .
     
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  15. I guess that would be the same as the dipshit who invested the "high five". I can just see him/her walking around with the palm up and out waving it around and people giving him/her stupid looks. All I can tell you is that I did not invent it but would cheerfully choke whomever did.
     
  16. lippy
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    31 Vicky, did you mean to leave the P out of nincompoopery? Or is nincompooery one of those new words? Or is there even a word ninconpoopery? :D Lippy
     
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  17. nochop
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    Yes, but back in the day......
     
  18. Mr48chev
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    Remembering the Rod magazines in the late 50's and early 60's with more rods with 57 Corvette engines in them than they built 57 Corvettes. The dealer here in town kept at least three sets of Corvette valve covers on the parts room shelf all the time in the early 60's and I lost track of how many I helped guys bolt on their 55/early 60's Chevys between 1963 and 67. They were under 30 bucks a pair over the counter then.
     
  19. tim troutman
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    HATE THE TERM OLD SCHOOL . READY TO RAT ROD MAKES ME LAUGH 2ND ON EASY FIX , READY TO PAINT, 99% RUST FREE , NO TITLE EASY TO GET. I SEEN ONE ON EBAY FOR
     
  20. Dude, like that was like totally awesome....jus sayin.;)
     
  21. "At this point in time". You don't need the "in time".

    "Signage"...I hate that. Its SIGNS! Thats like calling food "foodage".
     
  22. The Shift Wizard
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    "Only driven to church on Sundays" hasn't been used a lot lately........
    .....unless it was by a little old lady from Pasadena who said it.
     
  23. My nephew, 24 has all kinds of this dumb shit. I constantly fuck with him

    He said this the other night
    - “he was really clowning on this guy”
    You mean clowning around ?
    “No clowning “
    Are you saying cloning, making copies
    “No clowning “
    Oh like putting makeup on him and big rubber nose and stuff?
    No just doging him!
    Oh they set up with a collar and leash and a tail?
    “No man “
    Ok let’s try English then,,,
    Like making fun of him NOAMSAIN?
    (See earlier post)

    I did not mean to
    It’s nincompoopery.
    First time I heard it was from psych professor PHD, a Romanian dude, with Dracula accents
    “That is complete nincompoopery and you are forbidden from speaking to me again”

    Now, jackassery is brand new today for me, earlier in this thread.
     
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  24. hotrodjack33
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    The one that burns my ass is "MY BAD"...which basically replaced any apology or "sorry for the mistake" . It means, I made a mistake, and no matter how it affects you, just live with it.:mad:
     
  25. Yeah that’s bullshit.
    And so is “I’m good” somehow replaced no thank you.

    My bad is an admission of guilt, so sue em !!!!
     
  26. ramblin dan
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    I don't know about that. high 5.png Sometimes a high five has it's advantages...
     
  27. DDDenny
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  28. kevinrevin
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    In addition to the others, one that I don't like is "You feel me?"

    Unless it's the my wife, the answer is a resounding NO.
     
  29. DDDenny
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  30. Yes you do.
    It’s spelled phonetically / like it’s pronounced.
    Just read the post again it in there
     

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