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The Dutch Porridgewog
Gelderland,
Netherlands

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icon26 Apr 2018 09:03
My only way of keeping up with my cultural roots is via the BBC and occasional forays onto this site(which doesn't really help:smirk:), I have noticed a tendency amongst the UK population to begin an answer to any question with the word "So".

Anyone else noticed it, get annoyed with it?44
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X-Man
North Lincs,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 09:18
So......... a needle pulling thread.....:lol::lol::lol::tongueout:
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andy d
Yorkshire,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 09:20
So, it's commonplace and gets on my tits. As do those asking for things by saying "Can I get". Doesn't even fooking make sense.
Too much s!$%e American telly.:lol:
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Nice n Fat
Wilts, Berks & Hants,
United Kingdom

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Bonneville (01-08)


icon26 Apr 2018 09:33
Long (Gordon Brown like) pauses between sentences, in which his gob drops open but no words come out, is the one that annoys me :thumbdown:
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GDCobra
North West,
United Kingdom

Posts: 1,783
Thruxton (09->)


icon26 Apr 2018 12:49
One of my pet hates (sure it's been discussed here before), and it tends to be used by people obsessed with their own importance who also tend to use AQI just to make my teeth grind a bit more
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Krautophile
Dresden & Hunts,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 13:01
Part of the Germanisation of Englisch! A common start to a sentence in krautyland. :evil::evil:
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~Bluelabel~
The Shades, Ongar,,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 13:06
There is also the Aussie tendency to end every sentence on an upward cadence as if every statement is a question...?

It all boils my piss...:angry:
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Tasha
Dundee,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 13:09
Been going on about four years, not much longer I should imagine
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595daytona
Birmingham,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 16:40
Krautophile:
Part of the Germanisation of Englisch! A common start to a sentence in krautyland. :evil::evil:


Shouldn't that read as re-Germanisation of English? :tongueout:
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russ999rocket
Swine Town,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 16:42
There is a tendency amongst some people to reply to questions with... "yeah, for sure, its a......", Leon Haslam uses this a lot in BSB when he is asked a question :angry:

and

SWIMBO started using "innit, ennit, dunnit" after watching Eastenders for 20 f!$%ing years

and

"its true ennit" is another one of my f!$%ing hates

and

I will think of some more soon!:smile:
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595daytona
Birmingham,
United Kingdom

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Daytona T595


icon26 Apr 2018 16:43
ya get me ....
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Krautophile
Dresden & Hunts,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 17:19
595daytona:
Krautophile:
Part of the Germanisation of Englisch! A common start to a sentence in krautyland. :evil::evil:


Shouldn't that read as re-Germanisation of English? :tongueout:



...of course not silly! :smirk: Germans have Denglisch, words like gecancelled. I bet you cannot understand what that means? :evil::evil::smirk:
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GDCobra
North West,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 18:00
~Bluelabel~:
There is also the Aussie tendency to end every sentence on an upward cadence as if every statement is a question...?

It all boils my piss...:angry:


AQI?
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Mustapha Dump
South East,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 18:48
~Bluelabel~:
There is also the Aussie tendency to end every sentence on an upward cadence as if every statement is a question...?

It all boils my piss...:angry:

That all seemed to stem from when they started showing the Aussie soaps over here about 30 years ago :lol:
My pet hate is when someone uses the word "arks" in place of "ask" :frown:
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 19:21
Should of, could of, would of. :angry:
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Hov
Sussex,
United Kingdom

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icon26 Apr 2018 19:40
Correcting my pronunciation of 'aitch' by putting an aitch in front of it and stressing it in a condescending way can be mildly annoying.
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595daytona
Birmingham,
United Kingdom

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Daytona T595


icon26 Apr 2018 23:11
Krautophile:
595daytona:
Krautophile:
Part of the Germanisation of Englisch! A common start to a sentence in krautyland. :evil::evil:


Shouldn't that read as re-Germanisation of English? :tongueout:



...of course not silly! :smirk: Germans have Denglisch, words like gecancelled. I bet you cannot understand what that means? :evil::evil::smirk:


I'm going with the absolute obvious .............. replacement for ausfallen ?
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Exuptoy
Maesteg, Mid Glam,
United Kingdom

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icon27 Apr 2018 09:53
My DAB radio in the garage can only receive about 6 BBC radio channels due to poor digital signal whereas in Swansea in work there are about 30 channels. What really winds me up is all the gangsta tunes played on R1 all the time. So many slang words and bulls!$% which the young uns seem to think is da bomb init!
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Baldbloke
Moray,
United Kingdom

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Daytona T595


icon27 Apr 2018 10:40
"Enjoy"


Enjoy what?:lol:
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Nick
Birley Edge,
United Kingdom

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icon27 Apr 2018 10:47
"Call out" in place of "Condemn" or "Highlight" etc. ...........even politicians have started saying it!:angry:
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ST
South,
United Kingdom

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icon27 Apr 2018 12:25
"Reach Out ...."

OFFS, just speak simple English ...
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GDCobra
North West,
United Kingdom

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Thruxton (09->)


icon27 Apr 2018 12:37
ST:
"Reach Out ...."

OFFS, just speak simple English ...


The problem with that is someone may understand what you mean
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Dan The Man
An Englishman abroad,
Sweden

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icon28 Apr 2018 10:43
"In terms of" :cry::angry:
Also this drawling type speech that a lot of "English" speakers seem to be affecting now :angry:
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
United Kingdom

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icon28 Apr 2018 10:47
In the loop.
Team leader
In the ballpark
7/11
24/7
Fahrenheit???? WTF is that useful for?


Basically mercunisms :angry:
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KentGoldings
Mälardalen,
Sweden

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Daytona 955i (99-01)


icon28 Apr 2018 17:30
Krautophile:
Part of the Germanisation of Englisch! A common start to a sentence in krautyland. :evil::evil:


I prefer Germanisation to Americanasation! Oder? :blush:

And I prefer Scots who say turnip instead of the English who say swede! :grin:
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Chris Wolstencroft
Alvechurch Worcs,
United Kingdom

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icon28 Apr 2018 17:40
So,incorrect and overuse of Literally,people who cant put a sentence together without using Like three times and Steph Mcgovan
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
United Kingdom

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icon28 Apr 2018 17:48
Incorrect phone dialling codes get me.
Especially on company vehicles and notepaper.

There are no such codes as 02380, 02392, 02476, 0207, 0208 etc
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John Nelson
Coventry,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 00:39
My land line starts 02476 - most of them do around here.
The area code is 024 since the last big change in dial codes and the 76 was tagged on between the new area code and the old local number at that time.
Most towns just got an extra 1 added to their area code at that time.
Most local numbers here start off with 76 but some newer ones start 77.
I'm trying not to let it hack me off when I see it set out wrongly, which is most times you see it written. :angry:
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 01:19
Correct, the AREA code is 024. The PHONE NUMBER is 76123456

Portsmouth and Scumland have the same code, 023. and you don't need it to dial each town.
Southampton now hav numbers beginning with 80,81 and 82. Portsmouth 92, 93 and I am sure 91 too.
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lord stuart
derbyshire,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 09:16
When they are screaming please don't kill me, or just let me go I won't call the police, it just sounds so patronising to me.:frown:
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Andy Holmes
Leics.,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 09:57
~Bluelabel~:
There is also the Aussie tendency to end every sentence on an upward cadence as if every statement is a question...?

It all boils my piss...:angry:



And me too.................f!$%in hate it
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Obee Wan
Angles of the East,
United Kingdom

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Speed Triple T309


icon29 Apr 2018 10:07
What a bunch of grumpy old c!$%s!:smirk::lol:.... who'd have believed it on TT.:tongueout:
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 11:25
Is that a question? :lol:
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Mark Savage
Warwickshire,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 12:35
Wasn't there a thread similar to this year's ago?
What's your grump or something like that.
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Andy
Newbury,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 18:16
~Bluelabel~:
There is also the Aussie tendency to end every sentence on an upward cadence as if every statement is a question...?

It all boils my piss...:angry:


Just wait until you hear how Hov pronounces Aitch :smirk::lol:
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X-Man
North Lincs,
United Kingdom

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icon29 Apr 2018 19:58
Obviously...winds me up.
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Nick
Birley Edge,
United Kingdom

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TT600 (00-01)


icon30 Apr 2018 11:09
"News" stories such as...

"Elton John/Little Orange Diver-Poof/ etc. is expecting a baby with his husband........."

No he isn't! They tossed each other off into a cup, that's where their involvement ended.
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Riggsy
Maidenhead/Cov,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 40,257
Street Triple R


icon07 May 2018 19:19
Fretmeister:
Correct, the AREA code is 024. The PHONE NUMBER is 76123456

Portsmouth and Scumland have the same code, 023. and you don't need it to dial each town.
Southampton now hav numbers beginning with 80,81 and 82. Portsmouth 92, 93 and I am sure 91 too.

//Pedant Mode//
the leading '0' is not part of the area code
It tells the exchange what follows is a trunk call (not local)

:evil::lol::lol:
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----KK----
West SX / London,
United Kingdom

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icon07 May 2018 19:53
Nick:
"News" stories such as...

"Elton John/Little Orange Diver-Poof/ etc. is expecting a baby with his husband........."

No he isn't! They tossed each other off into a cup, that's where their involvement ended.
Hmmm.....could of spat it out.:sick:
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lord stuart
derbyshire,
United Kingdom

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Daytona 955i (99-01)


icon10 May 2018 07:30
Or wiped it of his last s!$% into a petri dish
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