How to confuse an American
Started by Chris Mitchell, 16th July 2017 23:21 in Talk & Chat

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    I just saw a post where an American asked what the hell "a cheeky Nandos" means, and he received this very clear and concise answer:

    "Mate it's hard to explain it's just like one day you'll just be with your mates having a look in JD and you might fancy curry club at the 'Spoons but your lad Calum who's an absolute ledge and the archbishop of banterbury will be like 'brevs, let's have a cheeky nandos instead' and you'll think 'Top. Let's smash it'".

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    Oh, I am transported to the city centre on a Friday night, the memories falling like confetti from the blushing bride's graceful hands.
    Through the glass, dim and foggy, the blunt muzzle of some beast looked at me, its yellow eyes insistently repeating one and the same thought, incomprehensible to me. We looked each other in the eye for a long time - through those shafts connecting the surface world to that other beneath the surface.

    "I am in blood Stepp'd in so far, that, should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go o'er"

    You better look before you leap, still waters run deep,
    And there won't always be someone there to pull you out,
    And you know what I'm talkin' about.
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    Somewhere there's a loaded pistol. Water of course.
    Through the glass, dim and foggy, the blunt muzzle of some beast looked at me, its yellow eyes insistently repeating one and the same thought, incomprehensible to me. We looked each other in the eye for a long time - through those shafts connecting the surface world to that other beneath the surface.

    "I am in blood Stepp'd in so far, that, should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go o'er"

    You better look before you leap, still waters run deep,
    And there won't always be someone there to pull you out,
    And you know what I'm talkin' about.
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    Oh, I am transported to the city centre on a Friday night, the memories falling like confetti from the blushing bride's graceful hands.
    Is Boodles still there? La-ah!

 


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