Well this is even worse than puns. now is it ?. bestemt SI apter t: diesnt mesh lulzatyou think it means" 13 [tghuhot] E Show IPA adjective British . delighted;
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Well this is even worse than puns

bestemt SI
apter
t: diesnt mesh lulzatyou think it means"
13 [tghuhot] E Show IPA
adjective British .
delighted; pleased; satisfied.
Origin:
see ch_ uffish, 1: 13
chuffed? :13 [tghuhot] E Show IPA
adjective British .
annoyed; displeased; disgruntled.
it means exactly nth at i think it means its just some stupid
were that literally has two that mean the opposite
thing
What in the **** pissing ****
This makes me really chaired
This post is quite egregious
Adjective
2. Remarkably good.
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#15 - joesvr **User deleted account** (08/06/2013) [-]
This website is egregious. I'm so chuffed.
#16 to #15 - shenanigansjuice (08/06/2013) [-]
Oh you
Oh you
#18 to #15 - guu (08/06/2013) [-]
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User avatar #27 to #10 - srskate (08/06/2013) [-]
Best scene in the movie.
#35 to #31 - Beenfiftyfive (08/06/2013) [-]
It was what popped up when I googled it so calm your tits, home slice.
#62 to #31 - lfunnymanl (08/06/2013) [-]
**lfunnymanl rolled a random image posted in comment #33092 at Drawing & Art - drawing games, drawing online, how to draw, drawing lessons online ** what about loli gagging?
#33 to #10 - felixfj (08/06/2013) [-]
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#19 - ainise (08/06/2013) [-]
These are called contronyms, and English has a few of them.
Dust(to remove dust or to cover in dust)
Hysterical(frightened and out of control or funny)
Nervy (showing nerve or courage, or excitable or volatile)
Seed(to sow a seed; to remove a seed)
moot(debatable or not worth debating)
Screen(to show; to hide)
bound(fastened to a spot or going somewhere)
Strike(to hit; to miss)
Apology (expression of regret; a justification)
fast (moving quickly; solid and unable to move)

Cleave, citation, clip, cut, left, literally, oversight, awful, apparantly, buckle, impregnable, "To fight with someone", Catholic and catholic, Discursive, off, Peruse, ravel, refrain, resign, shelled, terrific and weedy,

**** English.
User avatar #80 to #19 - skilgannon ONLINE (08/06/2013) [-]
...damn, I'd always thought moot had the one meaning, that is, ''not worth debating'' like you mentioned.

I'm not going to stop saying it.
User avatar #58 to #19 - eyeballfrog (08/06/2013) [-]
A lot of those only work when you remove context. For example, strike only means a miss in baseball. Yeah, you can construct sentences where there would be confusion, but that's all they are. Constructions. It never comes up in normal speech.
#52 - jonnyfunk (08/06/2013) [-]
**jonnyfunk rolled a random image posted in comment #80 at Revelations **   
   
			****		:   
1. Negative: This is 			****		.   
2. Positive: This is the 			****		.   
3. Neutral: This is some (good | bad) 			****		.
**jonnyfunk rolled a random image posted in comment #80 at Revelations **

**** :
1. Negative: This is **** .
2. Positive: This is the **** .
3. Neutral: This is some (good | bad) **** .
User avatar #11 - numbersixtyseven **User deleted account** (08/06/2013) [-]
I always considered myself fluent in English, and having a fine grasp of it's vocabulary...

This just destroyed every vestige of that belief.
#17 to #11 - John Cena (08/06/2013) [-]
Nah mate, we just make it up as we go along, probably to screw with people. By the time you figure it out we'll have changed the rules.
User avatar #12 to #11 - cristianpopescu (08/06/2013) [-]
Do you have a fine grasp of IT'S grammar as well?
#13 to #12 - numbersixtyseven **User deleted account** (08/06/2013) [-]
Thank you for correcting me... I've failed in my duties.   
   
See you in the afterlife, my fellow grammar nazi.
Thank you for correcting me... I've failed in my duties.

See you in the afterlife, my fellow grammar nazi.
User avatar #1 - worshippingbensho (08/05/2013) [-]
this post is making me chuffed!
#2 to #1 - anonilator (08/05/2013) [-]
chuffed chuffed or just chuffed ?
+1
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User avatar #3 to #2 - worshippingbensho (08/05/2013) [-]
... YOU ARE CHOFFELING MY MIND WITH THAT SENTENCE!
(can this word be bended this way?)
User avatar #5 to #3 - phantomi ONLINE (08/05/2013) [-]
No.
User avatar #6 to #5 - worshippingbensho (08/05/2013) [-]
to bad...
User avatar #7 to #6 - phantomi ONLINE (08/05/2013) [-]
Not really, it has the ring of an abomination to it...
User avatar #8 to #7 - worshippingbensho (08/05/2013) [-]
meh... be all negative then
#9 to #8 - phantomi ONLINE (08/05/2013) [-]
The usual then...
#49 - zomitlu (08/06/2013) [-]
Wicked
1. Evil
2. Cool

Sick
1. Awesome
2. Gooey **** that comes out of your mouth
#76 to #49 - John Cena (08/06/2013) [-]
But those are slangs.
#41 - ihatem (08/06/2013) [-]
I found this post very Aladeen
#45 to #41 - chiefhuskey (08/06/2013) [-]
You, sir, just got an Aladeen color thumb on you're very Aladeen post!
#39 - aglet (08/06/2013) [-]
WAIT GUYS I GOT THIS ONE   
   
Egregious comes from Latin meaning "out of the flock" i.e. extraordinary. So it could be extraordinarily good or extraordinarily 			******		, but it's still egregious.
WAIT GUYS I GOT THIS ONE

Egregious comes from Latin meaning "out of the flock" i.e. extraordinary. So it could be extraordinarily good or extraordinarily ****** , but it's still egregious.
#66 - strictlycommenting (08/06/2013) [-]
What an Aladeen post.
I'm a year late to the wordplay
#38 - tightastic (08/06/2013) [-]
Jimmies thoroughly rustled
Jimmies thoroughly rustled
User avatar #46 to #38 - chiefhuskey (08/06/2013) [-]
ya like that?
User avatar #30 - ninjacowboy (08/06/2013) [-]
We present the present present to the president.

English.
User avatar #68 - suiker (08/06/2013) [-]
it's terrible in French
#25 - thebestpieever ONLINE (08/06/2013) [-]
Welcome to the English
We got puns and names.
We got every word you want, honey nouns and verbs.
We're the language with words of opposite meanings.
Don't get started with past tense, our language makes no sense.
In the English; welcome to the English watch it bring it to your knees.

Ok I'm ready for my storm of red thumbs, I was just fooling around.
#53 to #25 - jonnyfunk (08/06/2013) [-]
you are safe now, sir
#54 - physicsdude (08/06/2013) [-]
Just like read rhymes with lead, but read also rhymes with lead.
#37 - shamusogrady (08/06/2013) [-]
Definition of BITCHIN'

1 slang : remarkably bad : detestable <of all the bitchin' luck>
2 slang : remarkably good or cool <a bitchin' car>
User avatar #43 - xxfearme (08/06/2013) [-]


it depends on the tone of voice



sorry for being obvious
User avatar #48 to #43 - seymourg (08/06/2013) [-]
But the internet doesn't have a tone of voice :l
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User avatar #77 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
It does indeed mean both of these things. Chuffed is a beautiful British word. You understand the context when someone says it because of the situation and the tone of voice. But on the face of it, it does seem confusing.
#81 to #77 - bigboyblue (08/06/2013) [-]
****		 your colored text. My eyes hurt.
**** your colored text. My eyes hurt.
User avatar #86 to #81 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
sorry, apology above. I keep forgetting to use white
User avatar #87 to #86 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
You ******* see? Gawd....
User avatar #88 to #87 - bigboyblue (08/06/2013) [-]
I think admin has poor choice in the colors he gives out to people.
That or he just really hates us all.
User avatar #90 to #88 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
It's randomly picked. He has no control
User avatar #91 to #90 - bigboyblue (08/06/2013) [-]
Ohh. That explains a lot.
Doesn't that just make him a lazy bastard?
User avatar #101 to #91 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
Not really. If you are the one of the top 10 most thumbed in 24 hours on a board, or you have one of the top 10 comments in 24 hours, you get coloured text for 3 days. So it's an automated system giving out random coloured every day
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User avatar #85 to #77 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
"It does indeed mean both of these things. Chuffed is a beautiful British word. You understand the context when someone says it because of the situation and the tone of voice. But on the face of it, it does seem confusing."

Just for anyone else who needs to read it. I keep forgetting to use white, my bad
#93 to #85 - broorb (08/06/2013) [-]
It's odd - never in my life before have I come across the second definition, in text or dialogue
User avatar #94 to #77 - biomedic (08/06/2013) [-]
Can't say I've ever heard anyone use it in the second context. Then again who says chuffed any more.
User avatar #99 to #94 - fukkendragonite (08/06/2013) [-]
I do. Maybe that's because I'm a silly northerner
User avatar #102 to #99 - biomedic (08/06/2013) [-]
Haha that's fair, I'm about as South Eastern as it gets.
User avatar #75 - badrey (08/06/2013) [-]
i remember when i was in india, there was a word that means both "tomorrow" and "yesterday" so when i speak with someone i look fully retarded explaining it with gestures.
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