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GUEST,Fibula Mattock Accents (100* d) RE: Accents 31 Jan 01

Do youse see the difference between scunnered and scundered where scunnered means pissed off and scundered means embarrassed, or does that be a local culchie thing?

(take yer gamp, it's pishing down, and laave the door til when yer going out)

I like "She's so-and-so to her own name" or "who's he for an Adams?" - which a colleague's grandmother said about Bryan Adams when she told the granny she was going to see him.

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