Surrey schoolkids whip out 12ft todger

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  1. edesignuk Moderator emeritus

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    The Register.

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    english translation please :D

    todger?
    jolly jape?
     
  3. edesignuk thread starter Moderator emeritus

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    you know...tallywhacker, schlong, johnson, weiner...
     
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    You english have a funny set of words for body parts :p

    We americans may be crass but at least you know where we're coming from :)
     
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    Pffffffft. The British are not exactly reserved when it comes to the swearing. :D But yeah, plenty of amusing words to be found. Wanker is my personal favourite.
     
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    Johnson.:confused:
     
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    Perhaps from LBJ?

    When I was a child we used to look up "dirty" words in the dictionary, not spell them out on the school's roof.
    :eek:

    How times change…
     
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    It's much older and is probably some sort of bastardisation of John Thomas.
     
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    Haha, there should have been a 12 foot va-jenga there too. ;)
     
  13. Sayer macrumors 6502a

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    He was speaking english.

    Reminds me of the scene in European Vacation when Clark is trying to figure out what the english hotel guy is saying using a pocket translator. The son says "Dad, he's speaking English."
     
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    You think the British would have figured out we control English now :p
     
  15. ErikCLDR macrumors 68000

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    At least those can be removed.

    My school was renovated 6 years ago.

    Who ever designed the parking lot/green had quite a sense of humor.

    Honestly there is no that among a group of probably mostly male engineers way that no one saw the giant "thing" in the plans.
     

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    That is a good one right there! Someone at the firm that designed that must not have got along well with someone at your school or school/district. I mean, that one is pretty obvious.

    I think I'm going to start using the word "todger." Interesting word. I also like "jolly jape." I am going to induct this into my everyday conversation here in America in hopes of starting a trend.
     
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    Holy moly that's some bad design choice right there. :eek:
     
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    All the Yanks can quit pretending to be clueless. Admit you knew exactly what the subject was when the phrase "whip out" was used. :p
     
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    I am a "Yank" and have lived in Oxford for nearly four years and have never heard of some of those terms.
     
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    It certainly makes the school building itself look quite… receptive.
     
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    Actually, that's what gave it away for me.:apple:
     
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    I like how the green space fits nicely into the V made by the building...
     

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