Meaning of some words.

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  1. simsy56

    simsy56 Funster

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    I have noticed that the meaning of some words relate to their context in a situation.
    For example, I am slightly overweight, if i was a mugger i would be referred to as,
    "fat man mugs old lady" now if i was to save an old lady from a mugger i would be labelled as,
    "Burly man helps old lady".

    What's the difference between "fat" and "burly"?

    Also, people only "hurtle" through the air! No where else.

    "Bikers" are all "hairy ar$ed"!

    HGVs are "dirty great things"! (even when they are as clean as new).

    Old ladies are always "little".

    Do you know any more?

    Craig
     
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    Well well 1,49metre high , that's me:cry::cry::cry:Dear me .... would that mean i have been old all my life!??:RollEyes::RollEyes: ....


    Frankie::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
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