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- Give us a Shot of yer Hoop!!
- Me, Myself, and I
- was lastnite deadly? yes. yes it was. it was.
- The Other Half Of Me
we are like peas in a lovely pod
- dont make boys watch vicky christina barcelona
- why not?
- Happiest When
- running out the door of the office at 5.pm on Friday and thinking of what to get in the offo of the way home.
- listening to people talk shite!
- that little pink shop that doesnt seem to have a name its across from urban outfitters
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laughing at kate
not getting hangovers
facial hair on boys
shopping for a short while
reggae especially 7 deadly skins and peter tosh
pursueding taxi drivers to take me home free
niamh o learys unfortunate nick name
killing wasps with a book
comedians.that arent hung up on bein politically correct
abrakebabra.yeah yeah its the scrappings off the sluaghter -house floor it tastes good so who gives a crap!
bjork-shes gained by respect after the picnic
10euro dominos meal only wen they give garic sauce.
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Until the late 18th century, "ass" presumably had no profane meaning and simply referred to the animal now mostly called donkey. Because of the increasingly non-rhotic nature of standard British English, "arse" was often rendered "ass". However indirect evidence of the change from arse to ass traces back to 1785 (in euphemistic avoidance of ass "donkey" by polite speakers) and perhaps to Shakespeare, if Nick Bottom transformed into a donkey in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (1594) is such a word-play. This usage was also adopted in America, which is why the word "arse" is not usually used in the United States. The age of Victorian propriety resulted in the renaming of the horse-like animal, changing the name to "donkey" (not recorded in English before 1785, slang, perhaps from dun "dull grey-brown," the form perhaps influenced by monkey, or possibly from a familiar form of Duncan, cf. dobbin) to avoid any improper inferences. Although before World War I they were similar, the British pronunciations of "ass" /æs/ and "arse" /ɑːs/ are now quite different. While arse is commonly used in Atlantic Canada, west of the Ottawa river, ass is more idiomatic.
In addition to its above literal uses to refer to the buttocks (see that article also for synonyms in that sense), "ass" is commonly employed to denote either a) an idiot or stupid person, referring to the alleged stupidity of the donkey, as in: "Don't be such an ass! You're acting like you're five years old!", or pleonastically in "dumb ass"; b) as a short-hand for asshole (itself first attested in 1935), referring to an egoistic person who is acting to make others miserable, such as "Kevin Hook is an asshole!"; or c) a woman regarded as a sexual object, recorded since 1942. In British usage the word is not considered profane so much as coarse—for example, most Britons wouldn't consider it as strong as "shit". However, the word is sufficiently strong that when Prince Harry used it in a 2005 TV interview the event was given significant press coverage, even if very little outright disapproval was expressed. In America it is considered to be a coarser expression and would be frowned upon in polite society, but "arse" is almost never used in the United States, as such—most Americans would assume that the word "ass" was being used.
It is also a curse-like exclamation, e.g. one of the four catchphrases attributed to the character Father Jack in the Channel 4 TV show Father Ted, in which the said character repeatedly shouts 'ARSE!', and other monosyllabic words of varying coarseness, for no apparent reason. The similar use of "arse" by Bob Fleming's friend Jed Thomas on The Fast Show is a speech impediment, but just as funny!
Arsebandit, a British English slang term for a male homosexual, is an example of the association of the organ with gay men, regardless of whether or not anal sex is involved.
Bare-arse or Bare-ass means with the bottom bared, but is also used as a pars pro toto for nudity, especially in a context where it implies full or at least 'strategic' exposure, as for spanking or mooning; a similar expression (for males only) is bare balls. Bare-arsed can also mean impertinent, e.g. about a cheeky act "the bare-arsed cheek of it".
Arseload or assload to refer to a large but not specified quantity.
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-the one night that you get so plastered that ur sick will be the one night about 6 ppl decide to bring out der cameras.
-the one time that you go round to the shop for 10 minutes looking homeless will be the day you see every fella you have ever fancied in your life!
-if you wait at the 15a stop then about four 19as will go past-if you run to get one of them u will miss it and a 15a will sail past as ur sighing in dissapointment.
-the one lecture you need to leave early for will be the one wer the lecturer stops talking and looks up at you with der mouth open and den every1 turns around.
the one fella that you tell ur name is April to and change the last two digits of ur phone number cos ur not interested and u tink u will never see him again will be the very person you see out a few weeks later!
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