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The stick man

Postby Ash » 02 Mar 2006, 16:21

Graham. I am ready for the stick man video. we can make it into a series. The creative proccess of bill designing, the actual stunt, and the shocked reations of showing our friends this ludricous waste of money.

It'll be delightful. Call me and I'll set up the appointment. ^^

::edit:: Okay, okay, I should have emailed this to graham because only a few other people will know what I'm talking about but... well so what now you can all marinate in suspense!
WARNING: This motion picture contains explicit portrayals of violence; sex; violent sex; sexual violence; clowns and violent scenes of violent excess, which are definitely not suitable for all audiences.
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Postby brc64 » 02 Mar 2006, 16:26

and what a marinade it is!
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Postby Pirate James » 02 Mar 2006, 18:19

She said marinate not marinade.
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Postby brc64 » 02 Mar 2006, 18:49

Yes, marinating is what marinade does, is it not? :P
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Postby miakosummin » 02 Mar 2006, 19:02

Oh the english language.
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Postby Pirate James » 02 Mar 2006, 19:40

brc64 wrote:Yes, marinating is what marinade does, is it not? :P


Umm.. yes. But thats beside the point. The point is STICK MAN! Whatever that is.
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Postby Rhynome » 03 Mar 2006, 11:34

The English language... to tired to rant right now but...

Cough, through.
Close, close.
Pronounce, Pronunciation.

Close turned up twice because of the two ways of pronouncing it... with pronunciation.


Oh, and 'tyre' not 'tire' and 'colour' not 'color' and it is perfectly fine, if not proper to use 's' instead of 'z' in some cases. Civilisation.
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Postby The Hitman » 03 Mar 2006, 15:11

But 'Z' is more 'futurey.'

Also, we North Americans include terminating punctuation inside our quotation marks even if it's not part of the quoted phrase, while you English leave it outside, where it is vulnerable to terrorist attack.

Just don't come complaining to me when your commas and periods get firebombed by dirty for'ners.
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Postby Rhynome » 03 Mar 2006, 15:41

Ohnono, it's just the French. Though we attacked them with the word 'weekend'. Hah, they just couldn't take the heat.

I think most of us can agree, it's 'zed'.
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Postby AmazingPjotrMan » 04 Mar 2006, 17:22

Swedish be the pinacle of all languages!
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Postby umbrellaless » 04 Mar 2006, 23:01

Skoll! (or however you spell it)

I think I stopped using zeds entirely the day I read a book with a character named "Elisabeth." It's just so much more elegant to use ess' than zeds.
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Postby Rhynome » 05 Mar 2006, 02:29

One thing I really hate is 'analyze'. That's not even right in American English, but some use it anyway, the horror.
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Postby umbrellaless » 05 Mar 2006, 11:27

Isn't it? I never knew...although, like I said, no zeds for me...

Something about zeds in words makes me think aerosol cheese...eeZ cheeze!
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Postby basscomm » 05 Mar 2006, 19:55

EZed Cheese?
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You crit the English Language for 1337 damage.
English Language dies.

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