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Too late Smokey

Posted by Lotg on October 20, 2004

In Reply to: Re: Fluffer posted by Smokey Stover on October 20, 2004

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : I recall a rather pretentious friend (read acquaintance) of mine once telling her boyfriend that she'd drunk an 'elegant sufficiency'.

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : I remember at the time thinking - ahhhhhhhh.... no, you're drunk - 'para', 'p*ssed as a newt', 'gonzo', ratsh*t, etc.

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : She then reeled off a series of apparently lady-like terms for less than lady-like behaviour. eg. I have fluffed - I squeaked. What the...???

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : As a girl from the bush, I considered all of this to be a serious case of BS. Yes indeed, we are inclined to 'talk straight' when we're from the bush. Fluffing is what we always called f*rting, squeaking - well to be frank, I never figured that one out.

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : So - my question here is, does anyone else have any other pretentious - supposedly lady-like terms I can use to cover up for primal/ignorant behaviour, AND does anyone else have the faintest idea what 'squeaking' is??? Cos - I have to admit - I never did figure out that whole 'squeaking' thing. Squealing - well yeah OK, I can work with that possibility, but SQUEAKING???

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: : : : : : : : : : : : : I've heard 'glowing' for 'sweating'.

: : : : : : : : : : : : Yes, Lady Camel. Horses sweat, gentlemen perspire and ladies glow.

: : : : : : : : : : : It might be an indication that the person is a 'tight ass.'
: : : : : : : : : : : How about 'dropping a rose?'

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: : : : : : : : : : Squeaking is (I thought) a humorous term for 'farting'. Sorry for the indelicacy.

: : : : : : : : : : DFG

: : : : : : : : : Squeaking is letting out one of those farts that emerge with the sound of a party squealer!

: : : : : : : : : Us men were ignorant of the fact that girls fart until "laddette" culture made them proud of it!

: : : : : : : : : Young girls today! tsk.

: : : : : : : : 'Laddette culture'??? Lewis, explain please!

: : : : : : : My kids used to call far*ing --- shooting a bunny.

: : : : : Going to the mens room to 'drain the lizard'

: : : : Well I've never heard 'falling of the roof' or 'shooting the bunny' before - and I'm with Fluffer - Lewis, what's 'laddette culture'?

: : : Similarly reptilian in vein for going to the men's room is "siphoning the python", which tells you all you need to know about male aspirations. A personal genteel favourite for a female act of flatulence is "dropping one's handbag". As for "ladette" (I prefer the single d spelling), ladettes emerged in the early to mid 90's and were/are loud-mouthed, brash, pack-hunting yobbish beer-swilling 17 to 25-ish girls determinedly assuming all the least likeable traits of their male counterparts of a similar age - imagine a hen night in Essex and you'll get the general drift, except for ladettes, no such special occasion is required.

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: : Goddess, you say you're with Fluffer........does that mean you're possibly a fluffer, too? We're talking about the modern definition, now.

: Acme, please be a gentleman and DO NOT tell Lotg or anyone else what a fluffer is. (Shudder!) SS

Cat's already out of the bag Smokey. Plus - frankly, I'd already heard it before. But to answer ACME - nooooooooo, my reference to 'Fluffer' was to the PF who addressed him/herself as 'Fluffer' - I will make no other such public admissions and certainly not on this forum - hehe.