Hampden Diehard

Modern shite patter

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Probably been promulgated previously in this doyen of social intercourse but exponentially gets right on my tits.

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16 hours ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

Ive no idea what any of this means.

Thankfully.

^^^ salty

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Middle classed teenagers writing on Twitter like they are from a council estate.

 

Shut up Ollie, you're from Bearsden.

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saltnpepper. It's salt and pepper fuckwit.

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I've noticed 'salty' seems to be catching on lately. First time I heard it was when a Californian told me that it might get a bit salty when he was tattooing my chest, so I assume it means painful, in some way?

7 hours ago, welshbairn said:

saltnpepper. It's salt and pepper fuckwit.

Salt-N-Pepa, FFS. You're as bad as each other.

Well, I doubt you think terms for homosexuality or transgenderism are modern, or that they annoy you in any way, but apart from that...

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4 hours ago, BigFatTabbyDave said:

I've noticed 'salty' seems to be catching on lately. First time I heard it was when a Californian told me that it might get a bit salty when he was tattooing my chest, so I assume it means painful, in some way?

Salty definitely means 'bitter', and is usually used on the internet to describe someone who gets mad.

The American guy probably used it like 'pouring salt in the wound' or something.

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6 hours ago, BigFatTabbyDave said:

I've noticed 'salty' seems to be catching on lately. First time I heard it was when a Californian told me that it might get a bit salty when he was tattooing my chest, so I assume it means painful, in some way?

He could be using it in the traditional "salty language" sense, as in you screaming "FUCK THAT HURTS YOU CUNT!"

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Albion Rovers referred to as "the Vers".

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Referring to females as "birds"..

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I've noticed quite a few ridiculous cretins I used to attend high school with keep using the phrase "oot dish". Not a clue.

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You can also refer to sailors as being salty. Salty semen. 

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11 hours ago, Angusfifer said:

Referring to females as "birds"..

I would have thought the thread referred to patter that was conceived in modern times. Although 'birds' is still used today, it's been about for decades. 

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"I'm only saying..."

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Referring to females as "birds"..


True.

It's burds not birds.
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On 2017-7-1 at 08:19, BigFatTabbyDave said:

I've noticed 'salty' seems to be catching on lately. First time I heard it was when a Californian told me that it might get a bit salty when he was tattooing my chest, so I assume it means painful, in some way?

Salt-N-Pepa, FFS. You're as bad as each other.

Well, I doubt you think terms for homosexuality or transgenderism are modern, or that they annoy you in any way, but apart from that...

Keep pushing it.

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5 hours ago, tongue_tied_danny said:

Keep pushing it.

^^^Whatta man

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"Lit"


In both terms. Hate when folk say "this is lit."

Also hate when folk up here say "i was lit." Its like you little scheme goblin.
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