betsymartian 9:24am, 20 April 2006
Bad use of the Scottish language is against the rules. If you don't know what a word means, don't use it.

This is aimed at those of us that are supposedly native Scottish speakers. And not actually at anyone in this group.

In fact I'd like to take this opportunity to say how terribly impressed I am with the Scottish of members of this group whose native language is not Scottish. I'm terribly jealous you bilingual bastards.
mlizzy 12 years ago
bilingual bastards are so smart to hold that much knowledge in their brains. I'm pretty sure that iknow the meaning of all these words I'm using.
and I'm willing to take a poloygraph
.robbie PRO 12 years ago
Is you talk to me? Is you talk to me? Me doesn't saw someone else here. You has to be talk to me.
mlizzy 12 years ago
talk .you .at. yes.
betsymartian 12 years ago
yes Robbie I is talk you.

there are others, of course. I think there's a couple of Dutchies around the place. But you, pretty little Swede, your English has always impressed me.
maddog. 12 years ago
I'm impressed that especially as !
But then, we're with a Notting Hill.
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antomic 12 years ago
i am bilingual. i speak american and californian.

and i laugh at the brits that masacre the very language they brought into existence.
freekstreet 12 years ago
thx. u no, mi spk eng gd... Hpflly we cn spk smtme. Oy!
betsymartian 12 years ago
stop with the spaztalk, that's against the rules.
freekstreet 12 years ago
Really, is anything not against the rules?
betsymartian 12 years ago
um, freek street, questioning the rules is against the rules.

;)
maddog. 12 years ago
freek. Read the goddamn rules. They're in Spegloosh.
freekstreet 12 years ago
Whoa, now your asking way too much...Read?
maddog. 12 years ago
If you're blind or incontinent you can use a digibrailizerifier.
Or a wombat.
freekstreet 12 years ago
I have been known to suffer from a little incontinence and a little ED....ha! little...ED..
mlizzy Posted 12 years ago. Edited by mlizzy (member) 12 years ago
gotta read the rules man, otherwise you'll wake up one night startled to find betsy or maddog standing over your bed
betsymartian 12 years ago
and not in a good way
freekstreet 12 years ago
I always find, " I'm canadian, I don't know any better." usually gets me out of any situation...except the time I got pepper sprayed.
maddog. 12 years ago
Huhuhuhuh



Pepper spray.



Cool.
mlizzy 12 years ago
yeah freak street - just a little friendly advice - from my own personal experience - waking up starle to betsy and/or maddog standing over you is terrifying. and expensive to get them to leave
maddog. 12 years ago
yeah. Read the rules. Those two very very large shadows might be the last thing you ever see.....
freekstreet 12 years ago
and mased...but, that time was understandable..no one wants someone to pee in their closet...especially those fratboys.
freekstreet 12 years ago
pre-beating, can you help me study for my test? Since you're going to be here and all...
mlizzy 12 years ago
test ? of the rules ? did you get the study guide? only 35.99 at amazon
freekstreet 12 years ago
I downloaded it for free off of limewire.
maddog. 12 years ago
Canucks r ok. Betsy, leave him be by croist.


No, put the salad down....
freekstreet 12 years ago
I swear Betsy, are you sure you're not my ex-girlfriend? With the rules, and the standing over my bed(not in a good way), and the salad...
betsymartian 12 years ago
salad? i wouldn't touch salad with a ten foot pole, the stuff makes me nauseous.

maybe maddog's your ex-girlfriend
mlizzy 12 years ago
yeah maybe he is - when he was wearing that sugar plum fairy costume all the time - he could pass.
*M. Butterfly
freekstreet 12 years ago
there is a resemblence...the facial hair, manly hands...really, am I going too far? I think I've just got test stress...stop me if I do.
freekstreet 12 years ago
As well, "mad dog" isn't far off...come on, she broke up with me, I can say stuff like that.
betsymartian 12 years ago
freek street you can say whatever you want about the chick, if she was into salad then she was asking for it all along.
maddog. 12 years ago
Jeez, are you guys having fun?
Salad is for rabbits.
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Word of the day:
Clyster
maddog. 12 years ago
Clyster? As in: "She took a left turn but was distracted by the itching in her clyster, but the policeman didn't notice as he was blind" ?
mlizzy Posted 12 years ago. Edited by mlizzy (member) 12 years ago
or Clyster? as in " She was a young girl raised in a devout catholic family, So she became a nun and joined a Clyster. But then one day she was out walking and she had an itch under her habit. as she scatched she became aware of an extremly handsome policeman staring at her." ?
freekstreet 12 years ago
Or Clyster? as in: "And that was the biggest clyster he ever gave himself, and now his teeth are whiter than ever!"
betsymartian 12 years ago
Or Clyster? as in: "a clyster of flickrbugs" ?
maddog. 12 years ago
Or Clyster? As in: "what the hell are you lot clystering about for? That goat is only three weeks old!"
mlizzy 12 years ago
or Clyster in the past tense " i had drinks last night with betsy and.nancy and we all got really clystered!"
betsymartian 12 years ago
heh heh heh I like that idea...
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