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Posted on Mon, Mar 07, 2005 08:24

In your search for a potential mate, what is the ONE, must have, quality in a person that you absolutely, positively cannot live without? I am looking for one-word answers here.



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Posted on Fri, Apr 29, 2005 10:55


Minerva415 write: Bonnie had given a full detailed description of spotted d*ick somewhere on another thread recently....


Min, My description of Spotted dyck is here on this thread earlier on..and I think Wellab has the drunken version for sailors..abit like the English fruit cake and Christmas pudding..each Christmas my mother-in-law (bless her heart) sends me her annual Christmas pudding which she has slaved over the stove to make it, it has to be steamed for ages..and extremely rich with dried fruits, lard and alcohol (authentic Victorian recipe which each family keeps in their secret safe) ..and then make the brandy sauce and bread sauce..and you have to eat this after a huge turkey dinner..and that Christmas pudding is abit like Katie's mother's Spotted dyck..it will reside in my fridge till next year and join the new one sent by MIL ..so after 20 years of marriage, I still have remnants of Christmas pudding and bottles of mango chutney allhome made sitting in my archive.cellar.anyone want some old Christmas Pudding and mango chutney..real vintage circa 1980s..lol??

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 22:19

My mother was given "spotted dyck" as a gift once. She kept it in her refrigerator because she didn't know how to serve it. It sat there for a few years. Every time my sisters or I went over to see her, and opened the fridge and saw it, we'd tease her about not making good use of her spotted dyck. That thing was the source of so many funny family jokes. When she passed away three years ago, it was my job to toss the spotted dyck. It was a funny, but a little sad, ending for a dessert.

Thank you, UK, for giving your food funny names.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 22:19

My mother was given "spotted dyck" as a gift once. She kept it in her refrigerator because she didn't know how to serve it. It sat there for a few years. Every time my sisters or I went over to see her, and opened the fridge and saw it, we'd tease her about not making good use of her spotted dyck. That thing was the source of so many funny family jokes. When she passed away three years ago, it was my job to toss the spotted dyck. It was a funny, but a little sad, ending for a dessert.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 11:43

OK Min..the glossary for strange saucy words have a sie now under intellectual stimulation in Education and culture..see you there..I guess it has a mor relevant home there..



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 06:49

OK Min, see you over there under some obscure heading, since I can't start a topic as a non-paying member..Lookout for me there..



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 01:17

OOPS..maybe we should start our glossary under Culture and Education..expanding our multi-lingual vocabulary..



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 01:12

I love swearing in a different language, esp at bloody awful traffic wardens..lol ..and they won't know what I am blabbering about, abit like an imaginary punch bag..to get off steam.
so reel them out in any language..I could do Chinese in several dialects and japanese but can't do European languages..and if we use them here they won't be deleted or censored..lol ..great secret code..
so Orion..you stop spot-d*cking..you bakaro..(first Japanese swear word..lol.) can't tell u what it means..so this would be a good place to start a sort of glossary of bad words, colloquail saucy words..idioms..
one for the road..
here in UK toilets are short formed ..'LOOS' -has something to do with the battle of Waterloo I think, must do an etymological search..when I was in US I often ask the waiter where is the 'LOO' and they often reply puzzled 'WHO?' then I realise I m not in UK..
Also when an older lady politely tells you she wants to go 'SPEND A PENNY' -it means she wants to go use your loo..in the days after the war, it cost a penny to got to public toilets..so that came about..only used amongst the older generation of well brought up English ladies like my mother-in-law..who said that when she first came to visit and I could not understand what and why she wanted to spend a penny..



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 17:05

Aaaah yes, a sure sign we're aging when the Ladies chuckle and discuss "spotted dyck" rather than running away and screaming at the very sound!



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 13:14

so Domino and Minerva
What are the Luxembourg ones that you know?
Could be a bestseller..never know..



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 13:09


Bonnie88 write:
Minerva
Maybe we should start a collection fo saucy colloquail terms here from all states and countries..



this would be a nice and interesting thing to do... I agree...LOL



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 11:48

Minerva
Maybe we should start a collection fo saucy colloquail terms here from all states and countries..



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Posted on Fri, Apr 22, 2005 14:20

Domino.
I live in West London..close to Princess Di's palace..
the heart of activities..and celebrity spotting..



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Posted on Fri, Apr 22, 2005 14:15

'Spotted Dxck' is a hot pudding of sponge steamed in lard with a heavy cream sauce and the raisins give it the spotted look;, but 'Dxck' of course is a colloquail term for man's dangly bits..

Bangers and mash-is sausage and mash potato but has a saucy implication at times too..

'knockers' also mean 'bosoms' and

B&B which means 'Bed and Breakfast' for home lodgings run by families which include a full breakfast..also has other sexual implications.when a girl takes you home for 'B&B'..you are in luck..
.or 'B&B' also means if you are a man , your interests in a woman's anatomy are 'Bosoms and Bottoms'..
Great English Education on MM..never thought I would be writing a dictionary.

  


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Posted on Fri, Apr 22, 2005 02:54

Bonnie, where are u in London?



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Posted on Fri, Apr 22, 2005 02:31

yeah you are right Minerva
'dangly bits' is definitely Brit..so also 'knockers' and 'bangers n mash'...
and 'B&B'

this is such a great cultural exchange site...

  


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Posted on Fri, Apr 22, 2005 02:24


Minerva415 write:
yep... .. dangly bits - I guess it must be a British expression - depicting men's ... .. uhm... well YOU know: dangly bits!!
;-)
I'm probably going to get lambasted by the lads now.... lol



....LOL...unfotunately Women also have "dangly bits"....LOL



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Posted on Thu, Apr 21, 2005 19:18

"dangly bits".... Minerva, I never heard that before!!! That is hilarious... I MUST use that some time!!!!!

(still laughing...)

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 21, 2005 09:21

Minerva, the topic is ONLY one MUST THING BETWEEN MAN AND WOMAN.

chemistry=connection=Cupid's magic potion

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 21, 2005 06:46


Minerva415 write:
sense of humour - sense of humour - sense of humour.... :
- nicely packaged
- hair on body mandatory
- hair on head optional
- brains: yes preferably
- eyes: two
- dangly bits: fully functional




U say : eyes :two....LOL...fine but what about other things that go by "pair"....LOL... e.g. legs???....LOL.... I knew u thought i was going to say something else....LOL...twisted mind...



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