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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by edesignuk, Jun 12, 2009.
english translation please
you know...tallywhacker, schlong, johnson, weiner...
english: it says cock
that is brilliant
You english have a funny set of words for body parts
We americans may be crass but at least you know where we're coming from
Penis thread? Edesign. Yup.
Pffffffft. The British are not exactly reserved when it comes to the swearing. But yeah, plenty of amusing words to be found. Wanker is my personal favourite.
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.
How times change
It's much older and is probably some sort of bastardisation of John Thomas.
This one is way better:
What is it with you British and wishing for giant penises?
Haha, there should have been a 12 foot va-jenga there too.
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."
You think the British would have figured out we control English now
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.
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.
Holy moly that's some bad design choice right there.
All the Yanks can quit pretending to be clueless. Admit you knew exactly what the subject was when the phrase "whip out" was used.
I am a "Yank" and have lived in Oxford for nearly four years and have never heard of some of those terms.
It certainly makes the school building itself look quite
Actually, that's what gave it away for me.
I like how the green space fits nicely into the V made by the building...