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Old 02-02-2013, 02:28 AM   #591
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"At the end of the day"

Almost always said by a douche that thinks he/she is the smartest person in the room.

 
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Old 02-02-2013, 03:13 AM   #592
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"At the end of the day"

Almost always said by a douche that thinks he/she is the smartest person in the room.
That one has come along several times. I feel fortunate to work in a machine shop, where the expressions are more like "dead nuts", and "right on the tit nipples." Screw corporate America

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Old 02-02-2013, 03:39 AM   #593
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That one has come along several times. I feel fortunate to work in a machine shop, where the expressions are more like "dead nuts", and "right on the tit nipples." Screw corporate America
And "just off by a ...." wait, you're trying to get me to use the word that shall not be spoken, aren't you? Sneaky you are.
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That one has come along several times. I feel fortunate to work in a machine shop, where the expressions are more like "dead nuts", and "right on the tit nipples." Screw corporate America
Ha! I remember when I was a kid helping to restore a 57 Caddy convertible (what a CAR!) and the guy said after applying heat and Liquid Wrench to a stubborn nut..."There ya go...you could put your d--k on it and it'll come right off" I THINK he meant the nut..

 
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and "just off by a ...." wait, you're trying to get me to use the word that shall not be spoken, aren't you? Sneaky you are.
rch...?

 
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rch...?
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:00 AM   #597
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Not sure how prevalent this is in other areas, but in South Western Pennsylvania it is not uncommon to hear people pronounce "wash" as "worsh" and "Washington" as "Worshington." My mother does this all the time and it gets me upset. (Maybe I need to relax and have a home brew.)

One thing that I used to do that caused a couple people to go crazy was pronounce "heal" as "hill" and "peel" as "pill." I never knew I did it until it was pointed out to me. I actually changed so I pronounce them correctly now.

 
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:30 AM   #598
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Not sure how prevalent this is in other areas, but in South Western Pennsylvania it is not uncommon to hear people pronounce "wash" as "worsh" and "Washington" as "Worshington." My mother does this all the time and it gets me upset. (Maybe I need to relax and have a home brew.)

One thing that I used to do that caused a couple people to go crazy was pronounce "heal" as "hill" and "peel" as "pill." I never knew I did it until it was pointed out to me. I actually changed so I pronounce them correctly now.
I have noticed some of you people from out in pennsyltucky say this made up word "yins" this word just hurts my ears

Ex: what are yins doing? Or Where did yins go? See it is used like " y'all " which is also dumb but I can at least see how y'all comes from "you all," but what the hell is yins??

 
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I have noticed some of you people from out in pennsyltucky say this made up word "yins" this word just hurts my ears

Ex: what are yins doing? Or Where did yins go? See it is used like " y'all " which is also dumb but I can at least see how y'all comes from "you all," but what the hell is yins??

Spelled "Yinz" or "Yunz" it is the plural version of "you." So equating it to "Y'all is pretty accurate. I don't like "yunz" either, although I do say it from time to time. I see you're from New Jersey so might I hear "Yous" in your area?

Ha Ha! You just wrote "Pennsyltucky," which btw is another one of my hated words.

Boy! I never knew I was so picky!!!

 
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:40 AM   #600
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I heard the 'r' is for the river you warsh in.

 
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