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Old 12-24-2005, 04:43 AM
dblgutshot dblgutshot is offline
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Default Re: A public Service announcement for Americans.

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Are you guys really missing the joke where he explains his foreign slang in even more foreign slang?

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The slang in the OP annoyed me but this 'explaination' was great.

Anyways I don't know much about designers however I always thought Burberry was an expensive brand in North America. Since it is apparently garbage in the UK I will now open an ebay store.
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Old 12-24-2005, 04:43 AM
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Uh oh, looks like someone got bit by the jealousy bug.
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Old 12-24-2005, 04:45 AM
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To be fair to burberry, they are expensive and well-made, but so many chavs wear 'knock-offs' (cheap imitations), or save specifically to get real burberry, I don't think people actually like burberry any more in the UK (cos you don't look good, you look chav).
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Old 12-24-2005, 09:50 AM
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I'm not from NYC although I did live with someone from Jersey for awhile.

Most of the stereotypes of people from jersey are generally true. I don't know, I guess most people would say that it's like rednecks of New England?

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I'm kind of curious about what, exactly, the stereotypes of people from New Jersey are. I've lived in New Jersey my entire life and just about everyone I've ever known was well-educated, upper-middle class, and I don't get how that could be a negative stereotype.

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1. You're state smells bad.
2. Legalized gambling but put it in the least convenient place possible.
3. You're governor was a closet queer.
4. Whitney Houston.
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Old 12-28-2005, 04:31 AM
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I dated two girls from NJ while living in Atlanta. Second one broke my heart. Different story. First one fits the stereotype:

We are having a drink before dinner. She doesn't like her OJ. Yells across the restaurant at the waiter: Yo! Can I have some orange juice that doesn't taste like [censored]' dishwater?

I don't really remember the rest of the evening. I think she talked about how much money she made. I was hoping for a quick death.
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Old 12-28-2005, 06:47 AM
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LOL I love dating stories. They're almost all nightmares, and funny.
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Old 12-28-2005, 07:06 AM
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Monkey Island is the greatest thing ever created, next to sex and drugs
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:11 AM
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Public Service Announcement For Europeans:

While making a public service announcement for Americans, please use language that we might be able to understand.

Thank you.

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Wrong.
This thread (and all other brit vocab threads) are hilarious.
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:14 AM
CrazyEyez CrazyEyez is offline
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Calling someone a slag is not good, especially if they are one. Depending on how much of a chav they are, they might kick you or throw Malibu at you.

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Awesome. I love you guys.
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:20 AM
Patrick del Poker Grande Patrick del Poker Grande is offline
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Default Re: A public Service announcement for Americans.

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I'm not from NYC although I did live with someone from Jersey for awhile.

Most of the stereotypes of people from jersey are generally true. I don't know, I guess most people would say that it's like rednecks of New England?

[/ QUOTE ]

I'm kind of curious about what, exactly, the stereotypes of people from New Jersey are. I've lived in New Jersey my entire life and just about everyone I've ever known was well-educated, upper-middle class, and I don't get how that could be a negative stereotype.

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1. You're state smells bad.
2. Legalized gambling but put it in the least convenient place possible.
3. You're governor was a closet queer.
4. Whitney Houston.

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Let me see if this makes sense...

1. You are state smells bad.
3. You are governor was a closet queer.

What state are you from?
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