Terms / phrases that need to fuck straight off


#81

Ignore me Kev - I only meant it as a bit of tongue-in-cheek banter.


#82

No problem Allan, I am not in the least bit discombobulated, I genuinely have never heard any of those words before :grinning:


#83

Good word Kev :ok_hand:


#84

I remember the Ken Dodd version, discomknockerated


#85

Weegie. They’re all phonetic(ish) spellings of the diminutives…

Not that I wish to imply Glaswegians are short of stature. :rofl: @spacehopper


#86

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#87

Nope. Proper Dublin phrasing too, as is the more polite alternative; feck off. Get to feck is probably beyond the pale though in a historical and linguistic sense.


#88

My head literally explodes every time somebody says they literally did something, when in actual fact they literally didn’t.


#89

‘Legend’ 15 minutes past it’s sell by date ‘Legend’ arrived promptly to be forgotten.


#90

Touch base :face_vomiting:


#91

An ex boss

“How does this help me?”, that’s because you are a thick nasty double standards racist twat looking for a scapegoat, or do I need to draw a picture and use words of no more than two syllables?

He was sacked after 16 months in the job, which is pretty good going for a German in a German company sent over from Germany as the rising star.


#92

Run that past me again.


#93

Let’s start with the low hanging fruit.


#94

My legs are so short, my fruit is scraping the floor :cry:


#95

“The longest / tallest pole in the tent”

Fuck off. And keep fucking off until you get back to your corporate headquarters you Deloitte cunts


#96

I’ve not had the displeasure to encounter this twaddle but it is deeply shit.


#97

Indeed it is. I shall try to compile some more as the week progresses. The Deloittes bodies are full of it here


#98

Buzz speak needs scrutiny


#99

Pictorial example of what drives me absolutely fucking mad.


#100