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Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

pierre_pierre
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Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

You staff do narf set a bad example, I thought you wernt allowed to quote the previous post  Smiley Wink Cheesy Grin Cool Huh Roll eyes Tongue  oh I forgot or use excessive smileys
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

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You staff do narf set a bad example

Pierre - what language is this please? I do not understand "narf"................................ Huh Smiley
pierre_pierre
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

Caws yu come from up N  Cheesy
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

I believe 'do narf' means similar to 'don't half', as in: You don't half set a bad example. (Meaning you set a bad example)
pierre_pierre
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

Thats a good translation, did you reside in the fair south once? Smiley Wink
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

Nah, but I've seen The Bill and Eastenders on the odd occassion so I consider myself to be reasonably fluent. Grin
pierre_pierre
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

is that efluant or afluent  Cool
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

Dunno?
I thought effluent smelt quite rich anyway.
James
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

That's affluent.
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

That's off topic...
pierre_pierre
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

well it was quiet so we thought of Banter
Indulge in banter; talk jestingly. L17. B n. 1 Nonsense talked to ridicule a subject or person; humorous ridicule; good-natured personal remarks. L17.
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

Quote from: James_H
I believe 'do narf' means similar to 'don't half', as in: You don't half set a bad example. (Meaning you set a bad example)

Thank you James H for that clear translation.  I don't watch the Bill or Eastenders so do not have opportunity to learn what Southerners say! Tongue : Roll eyes
James
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

Yer wah?
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Re: Re: Original EODs [Split from original thread]

S'getting dimpsey so you d'mind y'doan go vallin auver they ruckles on yer way cross mower. what am i saying?
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