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#21 markpeachey1

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 08:21 AM

TADTS = They All Do That Sir
SMIDSY = Sorry Mate I Didn't See You

WTF how old are we. We are not all young uns with txt spk frm r fingas

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 08:23 AM

One of the best threads on here in my view - had me laughing out loud in the office re-reading some of these Imnotworthy

so true. Have you noticed how many people get stressed when the idiot in front takes 4 seconds to see the green light and then goes home and watches commercial TV.
WTF

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 04:07 PM

It's been a long time but I thought it was about time I contributed some more. Car Park Squish: the challenging manoeuver your body goes through to get in your car as a result of the mysterious magnetic properties of the VX (see Car Park Magnetism) Car Park Magnetism: the unsolved phoenomenon of parking your car unsurrounded in the remotest corner only to return to find it completely surrounded by other cars Big Door Syndrome: the "should I, shouldn't I" dilemma of parking in the only available but tight spot. Those of a nervous disposition and car detailing fetishes are more prone to suffer and err on the side of 'shouldn't'. Under-door Foot Grab: for people who have pushed on through and got over Big Door Syndrome, a further advanced skill is needed to exit the car by using your right foot to apply upward pressure on the underside of the open door to avoid it swinging wide, thereby avoiding your door hitting the neighbouring car. Cinema Anxiety: The symptons of Big Door Syndrome shows as your cinema trip is ruined because you decided to park in that 'tight spot' and can't relax during the feature as a result. You keep telling yourself 'I shouldn't have parked there'. Eyeball Stalk Ding Paranoia: The look on your face as if your eyeballs are on stalks as you scour the outside of your car for dings because you've experienced Cinema Anxiety.

Edited by dw1, 19 August 2012 - 04:13 PM.


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Posted 19 August 2012 - 07:11 PM

Good man! The original is funny as fcuk

http://www.vx220.org...__hl__thesaurus

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 08:21 PM

Well, when I 1st saw this thread I thought great I'm cr4p at reading txt & ask my daughter to translate & then realise she shouldn't be reading that. And I was expecting loads of abbreviations I could use or understand, then I got deeper & deeper & deeper & couldn't stop reading.  Very funny & even funnier when you recognise it! I'm leaving the twilight zone now.






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