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User avatar #13 - Unimaksu (04/09/2012) [-]
... what did her mother say?
User avatar #515 to #13 - brianboitano (04/10/2012) [-]
I want you to break the windshield of my car.
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#292 to #21 - Dincorta ONLINE (04/10/2012) [-]
"aweful" = full of awe

In this context, spelling actually does make a difference.
#394 to #292 - flooz (04/10/2012) [-]
Not really.
The word awful used to mean what the word awesome does today.
User avatar #461 to #394 - Dincorta ONLINE (04/10/2012) [-]
But if aweful = full of awe

Then awful = full of aw

aw or aww are commonly used as sounds representing noises you make in response to:
1. either cute things like baby sloths yawning;
2. or in response to disappointments like being told your parents lied about going to Disneyland.

And I hardly think the word "awful" is used commonly to describe cute things.
Just imagine that:

"This puppy is freaking awful!"
"Son, your girlfriend is so awful!"
"You have such an awful butt!"

Any questions?
#654 to #461 - sweateagle (04/10/2012) [-]
Da fuq! This thread must have it's own case of ADD.
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