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Meatpie
25-01-09, 09:46 AM
Every now and then I will come across a word/phrase in English that I don't undertsand.

I start searching on the net but still don't get the idea.

Can you help?

For examples what does blow mean in a sentences like.

"This forum blows."

"This TV show blows"

Is it like sucks? Is it connected to a blowjob?

:sm (20):

HEEEELPPP!!!

deaddirty
25-01-09, 01:13 PM
Don't know that one - sorry!

dogfood
25-01-09, 07:00 PM
It means it sucks and they don't like it.

mealpie
25-01-09, 07:12 PM
who said this forum blows?

Meatpie
25-01-09, 07:22 PM
It means it sucks and they don't like it.

I knew it.

Thanks! :sm (57):

dogfood
26-01-09, 03:08 AM
If you need more lessons or something, PM me lol. i is ub4r l33t american boi

Meatpie
09-05-09, 05:26 PM
What does rigmaroll stand for, as in "so i have to go through all that rigmaroll which takes quite some time"

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Darkside
09-05-09, 06:50 PM
Rigmaroll - long drawn out course of action, following many organised steps to achieve the end result.
i.e. you must do A-B-C-D-E In that order, you can't just go from A straight to E.

Meatpie
09-05-09, 06:53 PM
Thanks Dark, I would have never guess the meaning. I searched on the web, even on the urban dictionary still couldn't come up with an explanation.

Meatpie
09-05-09, 07:21 PM
btw Dark what is a frottage cottage?

Darkside
09-05-09, 11:17 PM
Not sure on this one never heard it before, think it has something to do with a public place for gay sex, i.e. city gays refer to public toilets as cottages, they meet strangers thier for sex. so it must have something to do with that.

Meatpie
17-09-09, 07:09 PM
I recently saw the phrase, "Oh, rats!" as in "Oh, rats! She caught us!"

What does it mean?

I have great problem learning these idioms.

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Is it similar to "Oh dammit!"

?

PLEASE HELP!

dogfood
17-09-09, 08:42 PM
You're right... It's pretty much a lighter word for "damn," when used like that.

londondan1964
17-09-09, 09:18 PM
blows is used more by the yanks annd not so much by the Brits

roadkill
17-09-09, 09:40 PM
Dead Dirty says frottage is cumming against someone. And cottage is public toilet.

Who's the Juvenile Toilet mouth you've been talking to?

Little.Boy.Rot
17-09-09, 11:03 PM
Lol hoshit!
Frot: The act of rubbing two phalluses together.
Frottage Cottage: The act of frot, while cumming underneath the foreskin of another male.

roadkill
18-09-09, 08:21 AM
scary thought

dogfood
19-09-09, 12:00 AM
frottage is fun

lube up 2 penises and rub them together. :)

roadkill
19-09-09, 12:39 AM
frottage is fun

lube up 2 penises and rub them together. :)

dirty boy scout

Little.Boy.Rot
21-09-09, 04:55 PM
Fuck yah!
Frot FTW!
I love frottage cottage, I do it to my bf all the time :D

markfive
22-09-09, 03:26 AM
The usual spelling is rigamarole, which is probably why you couldn't google it up. DIctionary.com is always good source to try.

Frottage cottage must be British usage. I'd never heard it, although it was pretty easy to guess. The usual American slang is tearoom.

Little.Boy.Rot
22-09-09, 11:31 PM
No it's not. I live in America. Its also called Docking :D
Tearoom dah fuck. No it's not.

londondan1964
23-09-09, 03:15 PM
docking is to put the head of a penis in to anothers foeskin ans wet docking is pissing into anothers foreskin like it's a bag

Meatpie
23-09-09, 06:00 PM
docking is to put the head of a penis in to anothers foeskin ans wet docking is pissing into anothers foreskin like it's a bag

:wow:

roadkill
23-09-09, 07:15 PM
:wow:

man you need to surf the gay web sites more.

Little.Boy.Rot
23-09-09, 08:32 PM
docking is to put the head of a penis in to anothers foeskin ans wet docking is pissing into anothers foreskin like it's a bag

That sounds fucking hot as hell.:load::load::load:
I haven't tried wet docking.
But its all about differnt names to the same thing

Meatpie
21-04-10, 07:06 PM
What is a carbon copy death?

I found it in this sentence


"he was told that his father had been found hanged in a carbon-copy death at the family home."


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1267820/Parents-bomb-disposal-hero-hang-weeks-fear-son-killed-Afghanistan.html

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Entilzha
21-04-10, 07:13 PM
carbon copy: As in the same, copy of the original.

Meatpie
21-04-10, 07:30 PM
Thanks! ;)

dan28129
22-04-10, 02:25 AM
Before copy machines you would place a carbon paper between sheets of regular paper in a typewriter to make duplicates of the orgiginal document.

ArrowMan
25-04-10, 04:18 PM
HURRAH for COPY MACHINES !!!

One of the greatest inventions of modern times!!

STILL, to this day here in the USA and I presume many other parts of the world, when we want to send a copy of a document to another, we type down in the lower left hand corner near the bottom...

cc: John Doe (whatever the name)

cc means carbon copy, even though we used a copy machine instead of the carbon paper to make the copy !

How old ways still hang-on with newer technologies!!

:sm (22)::sm (22):

hellpup
26-04-10, 09:21 AM
I like your "John Doe" example Arrow. That usually means an unidentified dead guy! My favorite kind, if I find him first. That means nobody will be looking for him for awhile :)

DuckButter4976
15-05-10, 03:08 PM
:sm (31): When two or more men rub penis/verga together until climax/ejaculation :sm (52):

Meatpie
30-01-11, 04:36 PM
I saw on the BBC today the phrase "blanket coverage" referring to TV station aljazeera giving "blanket coverage" of the riots in Egypt.

What does this mean?

I don't understand.

:please:

Beuen
19-03-11, 03:50 AM
In contrast to a targeted coverage, blanket coverage covers everything, including every newspaper and TV channel. So in the case of riots in Egypt, Aljazeera will report on everything that is happening with the riots in Egypt.

JValdez
19-03-11, 05:38 AM
I have this overwhelming urge to snuggle . . .

Meatpie
19-03-11, 11:42 AM
In contrast to a targeted coverage, blanket coverage covers everything, including every newspaper and TV channel. So in the case of riots in Egypt, Aljazeera will report on everything that is happening with the riots in Egypt.

Thanks, make sense now.