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Author Topic:   Irregardless
=DNX= Ni
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posted March 11, 2005 08:08 AM            
Regardless. Oh you Americans!

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Random Chaos
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posted March 11, 2005 09:22 AM            
I am quite aware of that...

Whats the point of a post about it though?

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pablito
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posted March 11, 2005 10:25 AM            
RC, irascible wrote irregardless on a last post.
Regardless of all assumptions, we are all different. (hint for ohh americans..) it's like saying ohh british, all of your teeth are straight! LOL! sorry, couldn't help it.

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=DNX= Matrix
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posted March 11, 2005 12:40 PM            
They are ?

*Run to mirror*

AAAAARRGGGGHHHHHHH !!!!!!

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KiLlEr
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posted March 11, 2005 05:10 PM            
http://www.historyhouse.com/in_history/spelling/


reed! yew cily pepul

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=DNX= Ni
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posted March 12, 2005 01:03 AM            
LMFAO!!!!!!!!!! NI NI NI NIN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN N NI I I I NI NI NI NI NIN IN IN IN IN I!!!

ie me!

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VorDesigns
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posted March 12, 2005 02:15 PM            
Well,

I'm with RAS, If the british can have both whelmed and overwhelmed then RAS and I can have regardless and irregardless.

'Watakushi no o' hashi wa hashi no hashi ni'

My chopsticks are on the edge of the bridge.

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VorDesigns
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posted March 12, 2005 02:28 PM            
Online Privacy. Oh you kids!

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=DNX= Matrix
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posted March 12, 2005 02:57 PM            
Seems reliable, it doesnt even know "hello" http://sedition.com/ddx/x/s.cgi?search.x=0&search.y=0&_q=hello

lol

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666
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posted March 12, 2005 11:12 PM            
what a great site Matrix...been reading it. The definition for

Need to pick something more pc...LOL...give me a minute.

here we go...definition for dead:

an absolute level of well-being which is identified by a profound resistance to stress and diseases as well as a marked tolerance to pain and hunger; perfect health.

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666
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posted March 13, 2005 12:13 AM            
The yes and no definition are also good:

no:
1. perhaps; maybe; convince me; you’re not trying hard enough.
2. an unacceptable answer.
3. yes.
more at yes.

yes:
usually, the opposite of “no,” though these two words mixed with enough hormones and ethyl-alcohol revert to their basic etymological companion: “okay.”
more at no.

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666
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posted March 13, 2005 12:21 AM            
here is one for the Brits

Definition for rather:
a word used in Britain for quaintness (eg, “rather pointless“), in college papers for contrast, and by children to express which fast food chain they would prefer.

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=DNX= Ni
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posted March 13, 2005 12:45 AM            
That's totally sick, yo!

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corpse
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posted March 13, 2005 12:58 PM            
matrix http://sedition.com/ddx/w/1962.html

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VorDesigns
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posted March 13, 2005 03:11 PM            
Oh no, I have created http://sedition.com/ddx/w/284.html

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VorDesigns
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posted March 13, 2005 03:17 PM            
My wife is actually several of these, all you need to worry about is which one attracted me to her..
http://sedition.com/ddx/w/424.html

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