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Just found out on another forum that t word (rhymes with rot) is essentially the same as c word!

Is this an American thing? I've never ever heard it used that way/or to mean that before in my life!

Here is simply means fool or idiot.
Originally Posted by kat180
Tot?
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Lol iT rhymes With rAt noT rot.

(note the capitals)

Also this is funny but ridiculous its a discussion about language and the origin of words. No children here, yet we cannot post a word without it being striked out. Anyway.
Originally Posted by kat180
That's a cleaver way of getting the word in there! Sneaky. I thought that might be the word but 'tot' seemed amusing too.

I believe t*t isn't accepted in the US either. So saying someone is getting on your t*ts just doesn't happen.
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hahaha. See it's such a fun and interesting

t-word (rhymes with swat)

and twit is a fun word too.
Originally Posted by jeepcurlygurl
Swat sounds the same as swot to me, so I'm still getting tot. Lol.
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On an awesome note I was picking up a comforter for our guest bed and found one on clearance for $20!! I promptly put back the $40 one and did the happy dance in my head.




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Tot?
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Lol iT rhymes With rAt noT rot.

(note the capitals)

Also this is funny but ridiculous its a discussion about language and the origin of words. No children here, yet we cannot post a word without it being striked out. Anyway.
Originally Posted by kat180
That's a cleaver way of getting the word in there! Sneaky. I thought that might be the word but 'tot' seemed amusing too.

I believe t*t isn't accepted in the US either. So saying someone is getting on your t*ts just doesn't happen.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Lol oh dear. I'm always saying that
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So I've been hoping that if we get to see Irene Adler in Sherlock, she will be suitably awesome. This...does not appear to be the case. Well, at least I'll know to expect to be insulted. And I enjoyed being reminded of why I loved that story so much! Seriously, though, Moffat has like Hemingway-level problems with women*. They should go be bros in some conceptual cave forever and leave the rest of the thinking world alone.

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It is a very old word and can also mean a very annoying person that you dislike very much. It's not a vulgar term when used in such manner. Or it is derived from the name of a goddess from another culture. Same way the name for kitty cats has been taken and made into a trashy word.
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What??!!! But humane extermination companies do it all the time!

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I was walking around where a lot of NYU's buildings/dorms are today.

There was a gaggle of young men, with backpacks, so most likely students. One shoved his friend towards me and said, "My friend thinks you're really cute!"

I said, "He's cute too, but I'm probably ten years older than him!"

Boy: You are NOT! He's nineteen!
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Boy: ...You're THIRTY? You look REALLY good for THIRTY.

Am I seriously old enough to look "good" for my age???? "Young" I'll take...but "good"??? Sheesh!!!

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