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Topic: Game 66 - Canes @ Sens - Sun Mar 17th, 6:00pm

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RE: Game 66 - Canes @ Sens - Sun Mar 17th, 6:00pm
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Goal in last minuet of the 2nd foe the other guys. 



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Just gotta be here for the first and last minutes



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Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Well the C word is used quite liberally, not as a  term of endearment.


Here’s your intermission entertainment then.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=L-YTKnLMBWE&pp=ygURTWlrZSB3aWxtb3QgY3VudHM%3D

Nsfw, or anywhere else. Be warnEd But it’s funny as hell. 

The relevant part starts around 1:50.

 



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Cathy wrote:
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Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Very much so, especially a certain word that’s considered the last real no no word here. 


 It's hilarious how that's an everyday, perfectly fine curse word over there and a omfg what did you just say word here.


 Maybe they're just enthusiastic about a meet-up next Tuesday. 



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Bobby Jr.



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Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Very much so, especially a certain word that’s considered the last real no no word here. 


 It's hilarious how that's an everyday, perfectly fine curse word over there and a omfg what did you just say word here.



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Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Well the C word is used quite liberally, not as a  term of endearment.



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Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not


 Very much so, especially a certain word that’s considered the last real no no word here. 



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Did they mention why the Sens are in their away jerseys tonight?

Forgot to do laundry?


 Okay, that might be why I'm having an extra hard time telling who's who. lol

But, to answer your question, not that I recall. (See aforementioned comment about my lack of sleep though)



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Did they mention why the Sens are in their away jerseys tonight?

Forgot to do laundry?


 Laundry soap budget for the year all used Up?



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Russell wrote:
Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.


 I feel like British curse words are used as terms of endearment as often as they are not



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Did they mention why the Sens are in their away jerseys tonight?

Forgot to do laundry?



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Homer wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol


 I call bbc Alex wanker all the time. He wouldn’t have it any other way.



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oh that's right, he's the biter


 Exactly, that’s why he’s one of the stupidest jackasses in all of sports


 Couldn't understand why they made a point of saying he doesn't wear a mouth guard. lol

I'm super tired, warm enough to keep the windows open overnight, too many ******* neighbors making noise at midnight

and 1 am

and 2 am

 


 Happy st.,Patty’s day!



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Cathy wrote:

oh that's right, he's the biter


 Twss



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tjlincoln wrote:

Heard a guy from England here in Seattle on a sports radio show say that wanker is a curse word in England and they can’t say it on the air.


 The forums must be using a North American banned naughty word list then.  lol



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Homer wrote:
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Funny effing wa**ker **** going on.


 I heard "wake the **** up"


 Nope.  Rewinded to make sure and it was effing wa**ker at ~12:56 left in the 2nd.  

that's funny ****


That *does* make more sense. I'm not going to edit my post to reflect that though. lol 



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tjlincoln wrote:
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oh that's right, he's the biter


 Exactly, that’s why he’s one of the stupidest jackasses in all of sports


 Couldn't understand why they made a point of saying he doesn't wear a mouth guard. lol

I'm super tired, warm enough to keep the windows open overnight, too many ******* neighbors making noise at midnight

and 1 am

and 2 am

 



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Cathy wrote:
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Funny effing wa**ker **** going on.


 I heard "wake the **** up"


 Nope.  Rewinded to make sure and it was effing wa**ker at ~12:56 left in the 2nd.  

that's funny ****



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Cathy wrote:

oh that's right, he's the biter


 Exactly, that’s why he’s one of the stupidest jackasses in all of sports



 
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