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  1. Underdunn

    Underdunn Deck Sergeant

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    That's the one where Monica and Chandler get married isn't it?
     
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  2. neilold

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    Reported for bad language. If you don't get a warning, like I did, it proves just how biased against me this forum is
     
  3. Underdunn

    Underdunn Deck Sergeant

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    You need proof of that?!
     
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  4. neilold

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    Fair point
     
  5. Nikki the Great

    Nikki the Great Flight Co-Ordinator

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    Twat isn't a swear word, you twat.
     
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    well it seems many of the newcomers don't know what the rules are regarding sweary words on this forum.

    If it has been used in Red Dwarf then it is allowed, Twat.
     
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  7. neilold

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    I suppose RD's definition is as good as any
     
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  8. Bluey

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    Though it must be pointed out that the word was used differently in Red Dwarf.
     
  9. neilold

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    Yes, as in to hit it. I suppose he could have said I say we twat the twat and used both meanings of the word
     
  10. Underdunn

    Underdunn Deck Sergeant

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    But also the same.
     
  11. Bluey

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    No, it was the verb form used in 'twat it'. The version used by Ant in this thread was a noun.
     
  12. Underdunn

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    which is also used in red dwarf, one of the later series, the one with rimmers brother
     
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  13. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    Ah yes, I forgot about the 'you were an utter twat' line.
     
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  14. Ant E

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    Thanks for your (unwanted) opinion on the matter
     
  15. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    Thank you, Ant. As you well know, my opinions are always worthwhile.
     
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  17. neilold

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  18. Ant E

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    You’re a shambles
     
  19. neilold

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    What are your plans tonight
     

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