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  lolman222  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  tylersign  |  11

Too bad it's used in English. I could say that a lot of our words are from Latin roots, that doesn't mean it isn't English.
"Et Tu Brute" is French. But it's in the ENGLISH play "Julius Caesar".

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  boofgall  |  16

That's a good point! Plus, I'd probably laugh if that happened to me. It shows a playful approach, and marriages need more fun in them to strive these days..

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  graham11  |  14

56- umm I've never heard anyone call it a double high five. A double high five, technically, would result in a high five followed consecutively by a second high five. A high ten is when you give a high five with both hands simultaneously. If you want to get technical here...

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  Fruit_Dealer  |  9

I seriously wonder.. What kind of fruit you're on. You seem to be high all the time when you comment. But not weed-high. Something more intense, more radical, so I'm thinking maybe pineapples or something.