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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by ~Marisa~, Jul 20, 2006.
Haha, Jack's afraid of sheep. :lol: (that is pretty creepy though...)
Got a new cabinet!!! I need to pick up a head for it, but good head is expensive.
d'awww. Don't even remember this but saw this girl for first time in yearrrrs. She's cool
taken last friday.
p.s my shirt (L)
oh and my mate rofl
Liking thy shirt (Y)
And thy you (L)
Liking the girl.
Pretty sure I have that shirt.
Prolly just a similar one but.
Honestly? The English language deserves more respect than that.
Much love fellas
What does that even mean?
Short for 'probably'.
I'm not really one for slang - but I can see the sense is 'probs'. 'Prolly', not so much. D=
I've heard it a lot to be honest. Just take out the 'bab', and add an extra 'l' into the spelling for accuracy.
If you say 'probably' quickly, it comes out 'probly', and then the 'l' dominates eventually.
I've used "prolly" in text before and, to be honest, probably say "Probly" more often than not in person; I wasn't referring to that.
Yeah I didn't imagine you were referring to that...was it the ending of 'but'?
We say awfy queer things a' the time.
Have yi no figured that oot yet?
Yes, because the word 'but' has a special anme which I cannot remember and it's not to be used at the end of sentences.
I don't care how you pronounce things. A conjunction connects two independant clauses. There is no place on Earth where that phrase makes sense.
It erm, actually makes sense here. Things like that are used all the time here, you'd hate it!
It makes sense here as well, and I'm from the South. So that's the whole of Britain covered who would understand it..
Add a 'yeah' after the but and you'd be ready to go here.
I confess I use 'but' at the end of sentences - but only if the person I'm speaking with knows what would come after the 'but', ie, if it's already been discussed.
I'm sure that's the case with everyone else, too.