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You're a numbskull and I love you.

 
 
makemeshiver33
 
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Reply Wed 13 Sep, 2006 11:30 pm
Dipshit was used in my family alot growing up..... Shocked Question

The one that comes to mind with my boys is... "you wuss"...and of course, we have feminine versions of both boys names which drive them crazy...lol "Dustina" and "Daltwina".....
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Lord Ellpus
 
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Reply Wed 13 Sep, 2006 11:45 pm
smorgs wrote:
Hey!

We forgot '**** for brains'

Or is that an English thing?

x


No, I think that every country has it's own fair share of those....
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shewolfnm
 
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Reply Thu 14 Sep, 2006 05:09 am
Spanky was another one..
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msolga
 
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Reply Thu 14 Sep, 2006 05:00 pm
smorgs wrote:
Hey!

We forgot '**** for brains'

Or is that an English thing?

x


No, we do "**** for brains" too, Sarah. But there are absolutely no endearing connotations! Twisted Evil
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Setanta
 
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Reply Thu 14 Sep, 2006 05:07 pm
makemeshiver33 wrote:
Dipshit was used in my family alot growing up..... Shocked Question

The one that comes to mind with my boys is... "you wuss"...and of course, we have feminine versions of both boys names which drive them crazy...lol "Dustina" and "Daltwina".....


Made me think of Doofus . . . a favorite term, and sometimes used as a wry form of endearment.
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loveislikearose3
 
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Reply Tue 26 Sep, 2006 10:33 pm
haha these remind of hilarious but affectionate nicknames I hear being used in movies, such as "Snickerdoodle" and "Munchkin".
People come up with the weidest things, don't you think?
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