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Shakespeare would never use an Americanism like jerk off

I was going to greeny his post until I realised he'd said that instead of w**k. Between that and a Motherwell fan saying "butt" and "chicks" in his post the other day, I despair to think of the lingo on p&b in 10 years time :(

We have to stop this at source.

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I was going to greeny his post until I realised he'd said that instead of w**k. Between that and a Motherwell fan saying "butt" and "chicks" in his post the other day, I despair to think of the lingo on p&b in 10 years time :(

We have to stop this at source.

The only americanism that pisses me of is using the word season instead of series, that one seems to have completely taken over. It's a losing battle though, language will always take it's course.

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I was going to greeny his post until I realised he'd said that instead of w**k. Between that and a Motherwell fan saying "butt" and "chicks" in his post the other day, I despair to think of the lingo on p&b in 10 years time :(

We have to stop this at source.

Add 'ass' to that as well. It's 'arse'.

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