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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

You deserve it for being a brit.

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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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  jasmine1259  |  2

44 you're an idiot.

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damn it number 44 You really think all black people talk like that? Ebonics my ass, its great to see that we've come so far in 100 years. Also why the hell did you say baby momma is leaving me? Because clearly the OP is a woman it even says so, you must just think that the women can't pay the bills so surely only a MAN must be calling the phone company. Seems like #44 reaaaal open minded.

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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

ME TOO. Because...well, yeah it was hard to understand with this british jibberjabber

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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

skint = no money and YDI OP for not reading ur contract terms properly

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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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