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ixion

3rd February 2013, 23:14
Well done Aristo...guessing it's No.3 for the Britishism, though it is similar to the American slang version.
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aristophanes

3rd February 2013, 23:18
#7
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aristophanes

3rd February 2013, 23:25
Actually, it seems to have a US origin, but when I looked it up it said "British". I've never heard it used over here, and I've been around the block a few times.
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ixion

3rd February 2013, 23:46
I've heard that Aristo...
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andyc

4th February 2013, 12:30
Only just got to this Ixion, 1 and 7 so far...it will be interesting to see the others at 13:00.
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trevor

4th February 2013, 12:54
still need numbers 4 and 7.
not much time to go, so i might just wait.
#3 made me smile, i'm not sure i've ever heard the phrase in #5.
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trevor

4th February 2013, 12:56
...just got #7.
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trevor

4th February 2013, 13:04
i have,
1. Birdsong
2. Beowulf
3. Bogies
4. ??
5. Blimey
6. Blathering
7. Brass Monkey Weather

and
Fry Eggs



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trevor

4th February 2013, 13:12
4. Bonxie - i think.
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andyc

4th February 2013, 13:14
Well done Trevor...I can agree with 1 and 7 but couldn't get the rest. Thought more people would have come back by now!
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