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Old 05-29-2005, 04:53 PM   #16
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Yes, and ironic that someone named "Peter" would post in this.

What's a boner? Learn something new everyday huh. Sharop, male, female, or sheltered?

TripperFan, another LOLOL. And we know that you know while dancing! That's the fun of it....or the slap in the face haha!

I aint no John Holmes (this thread is going to hell) but I've never been spotted or pointed at during those rare times.
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LMAO!!

You just brought back a memory of watching a girlfriend on the dance floor with the hottest lifeguard I ever saw (at a lodge up north on vacation). All the girls had their eyes on him all week and she got him. We knew just how manly he was when she got him on the dance floor. I swear there were about 8 VERY jealous ladies sitting in the wings that night. All I can say is thank God for speedos under the age of 30!

And over the age of 40, any woman that's going to be insulted by one needs her head examined!! It's like shaking hands with an old friend!

O.k. - I figured it might as well be me to bring this thread totally into the gutter!
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Female and sheltered. It's my own doing. The only time I go out is when I go to the library (which, admittedly, is every day) and on the walk to school. I spend practically all of my time on my own. I am friendly with people at school, but I never see them outside of school, and sometimes I don't talk to them that much at school, if I'm not in the mood. I'm shy, and not really very sociable, so it's hardly surprising that I haven't caught up with these new terms. I've certainly never heard it here in the UK.
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Female and sheltered. It's my own doing. The only time I go out is when I go to the library (which, admittedly, is every day) and on the walk to school. I spend practically all of my time on my own. I am friendly with people at school, but I never see them outside of school, and sometimes I don't talk to them that much at school, if I'm not in the mood. I'm shy, and not really very sociable, so it's hardly surprising that I haven't caught up with these new terms. I've certainly never heard it here in the UK.

Actually it's not that old a term, but probably more a term used in North America. I know you have a lot of terms that we don't use or that are different over here.

Like saying, "I'll knock you up in the morning." has a whole other meaning in the U.K. than Canada or the U.S.! Same with asking for a big, "meaty joint". (I've got some British friends and we laugh all the time about the differences - even though its all the same language - it almost isn't sometimes). Besides, if you're in school, you still have lots of time to learn these things.
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Yeah, I know. I like all the different slang words we use too. In England there's "Cockney rhyming slang" which I don't think is actually used that much any more, but it orgininated in London. For example, "Adam and Eve" in cockney rhyming slang is "believe", so you might hear someone say, "Would you Adam and Eve it..."

I guess I should be a little more "up to date" on stuff like that, so to speak. After all, I'm just three months away from my seventeenth birthday. I'm a bit of a weird teenager, really.
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Oh ok, sorry Sharop. Had no idea of your age, or that you were in the UK. I lived in the UK for a while and I never heard "boner". I remember "Willie" but that's just a word for a guy's....

TripperFan, I had a friend from the UK over to visit. She saw an ad for the "Fanny Lifter" on an infomercial here. Fanny here is of course a butt. Fanny in the UK is a woman's.....

She was wide-eyed to say the least.
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Sharop - you don't seem like a weird teenager at all! There's still lots of teens that aren't that savvy with sexual terms (and that's probably an ideal thing with HIV/AIDS and so many teen pregnancies)!

My grandmother was Scottish and used a lot of Gaelic terms. I still say "oose" for dustbunnies under the bed - nobody has a clue what I'm talking about!


McFly - yeah, I can imagine the look on her face! I remember when I worked at a restaurant and out general manager was British. He got some dirt on his shirt one day when he was moving some boxes around. The district manager came in that afternoon and asked why his shirt was dirty and was shocked when he was told that he'd been "humping" all morning (which means carrying/slugging things around).
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I can't add anything to THIS thread. You folks have said it all
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ummm... this happens to be a cheers thread, not a sex ed thread. could we please get back on topic?

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Umm.... this happens to be about sex in the first place. Could we please learn how to CAPITALIZE?
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You didn't start it and it IS about sex so if you don't like it, don't come back into it and leave the rest of us alone. You're not the topic police.
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it started out a cheers topic, but its gotten out of hand, it isnt cheers related anymore. im sorry, but it is a cheers board.

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Then its up to a mod to move it - not you.

Under table boners are great - CHEERS!!!
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I don't think there's a problem with straying off topic occasionally. As others have said, the topic is related somewhat to what is now being talked about. I know it's turned into a bit of a chatty thread, but I don't think it's bad when it only happens occasionally. And I suspect that McFly121 didn't really intend for serious discussion about Cheers when he/she started it (please correct me if I wrong, McFly.)

I can see why it might bother you, but I don't think we've drifted majorly off-topic. And, as I said before, there's no harm in going off-topic occasionally, is there?
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There isn't. Besides, if Pat has anything to offer to get us back on topic fine, but not just jumping in the middle of a discussion, criticising and then jumping back out. WTF is that all about? It's not like this is a super hot thread where lots of people are posting and it gets confusing.

Besides, to me, it still is on topic somewhat.
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