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Discussion in 'BS Forum' started by Brook!, Jan 12, 2019.
Everything I post here is tung in cheek
What do you mean?
A thread was started and I guess the poster didn't like the responses since most didn't just agree with him so he called us all bozos and said his thread was "tung in cheek" meaning not serious or funny. The correct saying is, "tongue" in cheek.
Thick people are thick in any country, plenty of that on soccer forums, unfortunately.
Loose and lose is another that annoys me, as is of and off.
Ps I reserve the right for any grammatical errors in post due to tiredness and having a Yankee grammar app lol
Apparently in Rochester they are keenly perceptive of the stepstool society has become.
That and strong families eat dinner together sands phones.
Damn it all.
No need to show respect to someone just because they served on a navel base.
Orange you getting carried away now?
Lemon tell you what, that's some good shit
"....they signed two solid pros and drafted another to sure up an area of need...."
This is a common one around here
"Proof of burden" is a new favorite.