I’m pretty sure the word ‘shizzle’ has never come out of my mouth.
‘Wow, that was a really interesting training session!’ That’s a sentence, though.
‘gourmet’ is a stupid word when used by English speakers.
‘quality’ as a noun will never pass my lips.
And never fucking will, either.
“Spain” pronounced with an English accent (i.e. “Received Pronunciation”).
HEY, English people don’t have accents. Well, those of us who communicate using chromataphoric systems don’t. (some of us have moved on from laser beams)
HEY, English people don’t have accents. Well, those of us who communicate using chromataphoric systems don’t. (some of us have moved on from laser beams)[/quote]
Back on topic you!
I have never said ‘bootylicious, or esoteric.’
although it’s such a good word maybe i should
Never felt the need to use any of these…
…for shizzle, not even when ramping up a spankathon in Spain facing a paradigm shift as my paddle broke leaving her wearing nothing but an esoteric smile.
( are these real anyway?)
‘grits’ is real. as is “true grit”
it’s a word now.
grit i know, grits to me sounds terribly inedible.
I have never said I love you.
thanks, stu. that’s very kind of you. i am… very fond… of you too.
:note: i just wish i could have told him, in the living years :note:
I have never said I love you.[/quote]
You have, but only on messenger, and only to get me to say it back to you.
Sneaky, fo shizzle.
“I’m really enjoying all this rain”