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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnoK View Post
    How to get the last word in an argument with SWAMBO.........

    "Yes, Dear!".....
    If I say that to my swanbette,I'm dead in the water

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    Quote Originally Posted by EttiennedK View Post
    MOT - Moerige Ou Toppie

    (My 10 yr old daughter's creation!)
    Haha, sy's baie kreatief
    I do not exist to impress the world. I exist to live my life in a way that will make me happy!

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    SWAMBO is confusing.
    I refer to my women as just that. Women. Come here women, where is my sandwich.

    She likes it. I like it. Everyone is happy.

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    Whatever you do, don't call her SWAMBO to her face. The whole ''always must be obeyed'' thing goes straight to her head and she becomes less user friendly..
    Cheers,
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    PEBKAC....... Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair
    Ford Ranger 2.2 Supercab
    Suzuki Jimny -SWAMBO
    Merida 29'r for fun and pain.

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    Now you can't even say
    K y k

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    Daai een!!


    EDLWSASIDDHL: En die laaitie wat sy appel stronke in die deur handle los!
    Last edited by hbannink; 2019/08/15 at 01:55 PM. Reason: bad spelling
    Overkill - isn't!

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    Old army ones:

    ISM - In Sy M000000003R in
    IDK - In Die [email protected]
    US - Unservicable, FUBAR or more often just called effed up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ejay View Post
    Old army ones:

    ISM - In Sy M000000003R in
    And, if it's really, really ISM it becomes ISFM.
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    MMS = Moerige Man Sindroom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ejay View Post
    FUBAR
    A mate who is a paramedic uses that a lot.
    Patient can be FUBAR if really bad but also FUBAR-BUNDY if repairable.

    FUBAR-BUNDY. F'd Up Beyond All Repair - BUt Not Dead Yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnoK View Post
    A mate who is a paramedic uses that a lot.
    Patient can be FUBAR if really bad but also FUBAR-BUNDY if repairable.

    FUBAR-BUNDY. F'd Up Beyond All Repair - BUt Not Dead Yet
    Sounds more like poor old Al Bundy from Married with Children
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