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By shellbom - / Tuesday 17 November 2009 21:33 / United Kingdom
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By  xCrackerx  |  3

I'll translate for you, #2. Clearly you don't understand English. I'll try Ebonics. Today, I holla'd at my gas company to cancel my plan, cuz I'm broke as fuck. I told her my baby momma was leavin' me, bouncing up outta my crib, I ain't gettin no mo' chedda from my job and I got nothin' in the bank. She was all sad for me and shit, and she said, "Yo, how you wanna pay yo damn cancellation fee?" FML.

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By  myballs  |  0

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  jisaac09  |  25

Lol, i believe that the YANKS beat ur ass in a war (and dont tell me it was the french, i know it was), held our own in another, and saved you ass in a third....

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  writergirl69  |  0

And now we're so fat people say "let's go fight a war!" and we say, "damn, we have to send in the national guard, I guess we're fucked if there's, you know, A GIANT HURRICANE OR SOME SHIT"

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  manurwickd  |  1

192 - don't bring the bloody language into this situation. we created the language, thus the reason why it's called English. therefore... you speak a different language, wanker

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  xCrackerx  |  3

I'll translate for you, #2. Clearly you don't understand English. I'll try Ebonics. Today, I holla'd at my gas company to cancel my plan, cuz I'm broke as fuck. I told her my baby momma was leavin' me, bouncing up outta my crib, I ain't gettin no mo' chedda from my job and I got nothin' in the bank. She was all sad for me and shit, and she said, "Yo, how you wanna pay yo damn cancellation fee?" FML.

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  boatkicker  |  4

hahahahahahahahhahahahah. thats the most hilarious thing I've read (the translation there) THANK GOD no one I know actually talks like that. You just made my night.

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  pinkkloverr  |  0

lmfao! i LOVE xCrackerx's/#44's humor!!! hilarious!!! i seriously HATE it when people talk like that!!!!! so #44 translating like that the way they meant to seriously made my night. haha :]

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#2 here @#44. it's not that i didn't understand what was being said, or that i didn't even understand the words being used. it's just that, living in canada, one doesn't hear words such as skint that often, or a gas company being referred to as a boiler company. sorry to disappoint you but i'm not from some inner city hood, clearly i speak english, as i typed in it. i do know what those words mean, even if i don't hear them everyday and that was my point

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  Darcon  |  8

some people take the #44 comment way to seriously, seein as the person we are replying to took the piss out of British people perhaps he should take the piss out of them... lalalalala now I shall return to my cheese selling on the street.. if u see me on wall st. at around 2pm, holla. lol

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  riceicle1  |  6

Well to be exact, there are 3 countries in Britain actually and that's the mainland (England, Scotland and Wales). There are 4 in the UK as that's mainland + Northern Ireland :)

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  swooshq  |  0

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the only british slang in here was skint really, i mean you can barely count "rang" as jargon, whats so hard to understand about this jeesh stop making us americans look stupid >.<

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  phanatic62  |  0

@33 - "Boiler cover" is a term I have never heard when talking about gas heating. That's honestly the point where I got lost. I was able to piece together that it was some sort of utility or service, and I figured that they had an appointment to have *something* done and was getting charged for canceling the appointment (since it states that they called British Gas, I assumed they were having their tank filled).

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  RedLion23  |  0

lol wow that sux. And for all you canadians/americans, "Skint" basically means "Broke". And as for British gas, they are the main electricity/ house heating company here i n the uk.

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  lizh_fml  |  9

omg :/ im sorry but american "english" is so full of slang you're all being pretty hypocritical, our version isnt the weird one!!! @121 boiler cover is insurance for your boiler.

By  imahappeemoocow  |  0

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  LadyGore  |  12

You deserve thumbs down because you look to young to possibly understand that bills don't always point out a cancellation fee, or that sometimes people struggle in the economy.

By  alewiina  |  0

Wow. There's like ONE word people might not understand. "skint" means broke. As for "boiler" and "moving house" and "rang", you SHOULD be able to understand that. o.O

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  MagicMeds  |  0

nobody said anything about euros except you... the exact amount is $62 so he was actually pretty damn close yeah he knows thats not the euro symbol he just thought that the person above him was converting from euros for some reason...

By  hornetchik  |  0

Are you guys serious? I'm from New Zealand, so I guess I would understand it a bit better than Americans, but the only word I can find in it that might be hard to understand is 'skint', and its not hard to figure out.

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