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Banned words/phrases - sj.com

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Captain_Kirk, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. Yeah, but we have plenty of other ways to make fun of you, silly hoser. :D
  2. Trey Beamon

    Trey Beamon Active Member

    JR, are you a caveman? :D
  3. spnited

    spnited Active Member

    Uh, no offense, "friend," but I'm pretty certain you plagiarized that line from a now-retired colleague of yours who is also an aquaintance of mine from back in the (pre-Civil War) day.
  4. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    Yes, I plagiarized myself. I'll hang my head in shame.

    I just feel like the War of 1812 is overlooked in the annals of American history.
  5. JR

    JR Well-Known Member

    Because you lost. :)
  6. Captain_Kirk

    Captain_Kirk Well-Known Member

    Now, now, let's keep the political haggling off this thread.

    We should strictly be using this one for having inane discussions of inane verbiage.
  7. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    Damn history teachers!
  8. JR

    JR Well-Known Member

    BTW, Spinited & I have "decade" birthdays coming up. There's going to be a very, very large drinking party, either in NYC or Toronto.

    Details to follow. :)
  9. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

  10. Platyrhynchos

    Platyrhynchos Active Member

    True dat.
    The plural of money, despite what the dictionary might say (no, I did not look it up), is money.
    Period. Not monies. I edit that damned word every time I see it.

    Did I say “true dat?”
    My bad. ;D
  11. bydesign77

    bydesign77 Active Member

    the plural of money is moneys or monies.

    usually used when dealing with pecuniary or legal matters.
  12. alleyallen

    alleyallen Guest

    The dictionary may have it listed as moneys or monies, but, well, they're wrong on that count. Money refers to one coin, one bill or a whole stinking pile of it. Monies sounds like a stripper name.

    "All right guys, here she is! Straight from Intercourse, PA, Ms. Lotsa Monies!"
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