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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hubert, Aug 19, 2012.
Who's this "we"? Since when did you become male?
I've never been male...
technically, Shnowth only said pals, not specifiying gender.
But we were talking about saying "dude" or "man" to people...
"Dude" and "Man" can be used in tomboy conversation!
Jaz wins again!!!
A tomboy conversation? What is that? I'm sorry, but I honestly don't think there's a bunch of tomboys going around saying "Hey man! How you doing, dude?" That just doesn't seem very practical...
Hubert wins again!
"Dude, did you get that new game? Maaaaaaaaan, it was awsome!"
Some girls call other girls dude!
Jaz wins again again!!!
This is a pointless conversation.
Awwww... Casey does win...
I am proof this conversation is flawed
Hereby, I officially confirm this thread as out of control.
That happens with almost all threads anymore.
Unfortunately, I say the phrase "I'm sorry", whenever I do something wrong or not. Sometimes, I can't help saying that phrase.
Oh well, that's better than most cases; I remember reading that a study had been conducted that suggests "I'm sorry" is one of the top three phrases that people have the hardest time saying, alongside "I need help" and one other I can't quite remember, but along those lines.
Haha my parents are always yelling at me for saying"I'm Sorry" to everything. And then I apologize for that XD
Now that I think of it, I think that other phrase was "I was wrong".
I was wroooong
Self destruction's got me again
I was wroooooooooooooong
I realized now that I was wrong
I'll have to join the "I'm sorry" club too. People are always getting annoyed at me for using it too much, lol.
Sign me for the "I'm sorry" club as well, though I'm making a conscious effort to not say it as much.
I tend to use "OK" a lot I've noticed...but then again, who doesn't?
People actually admit they are wrong?
I'm not sure, alls I know is there was some kind of study that was conducted not too long ago that suggests the three phrases people have the hardest time saying are "I'm sorry", "I need help", and possibly "I was wrong".
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