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Jackass BFSSFG poseur tarck bicyclist of the day

Old 08-12-09, 04:12 PM
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its so cool cmyk like printer ink hahalol im so creative and punky
or a graphic designer but that was so last year in the design world.
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Old 08-12-09, 04:12 PM
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you should get a matching pink brake caliper
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Old 08-12-09, 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Patricky
its so cool cmyk like printer ink hahalol im so creative and punky
Wait you people are believing that this poster is actually that kid? Idiots.
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Old 08-12-09, 04:17 PM
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Wait you people are believing that this poster is actually that kid? Idiots.

it is me i truth
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Old 08-12-09, 04:27 PM
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Being in the print/design world I gotta say "WOOT!"
AND it's the same Paké frame I have too!
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Old 08-12-09, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by JoeEasy
so do i. right after i typed that, i though you know some lime sherbert would be bomb right now
Christ, it's "SHERBET"

There is no second "R".

For some reason that just gets to me.
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Old 08-12-09, 05:53 PM
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girl like hair, too colorful of a bike
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Old 08-12-09, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by JoshTheSkier
Christ, it's "SHERBET"

There is no second "R".

For some reason that just gets to me.
Really? Huh, learn something new everyday. For what it's worth, I've never heard it pronounced without the second R
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Old 08-12-09, 05:58 PM
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Patricky, I'll admit it...a few of your posts have invoked an honest (albeit little) chuckle but now you've gone ahead and played yourself out. Enough, in this instance, is way too much.

Perhaps you should go take a nap and dream of some new ways to annoy anonymous people on the internet.
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Old 08-12-09, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by scrodzilla
patricky, i'll admit it...a few of your posts have invoked an honest (albeit little) chuckle but now you've gone ahead and played yourself out. Enough, in this instance, is way too much.

Perhaps you should go take a nap and dream of some new ways to annoy anonymous people on the internet.
im a girl
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Old 08-12-09, 06:06 PM
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really?, I thought you were a tranny
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Old 08-12-09, 06:08 PM
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I saw that girls bike on velospace, musta been a recent upload. And Im like, wait...ive seen that before. Quit Hating on her, Don't be judgemental.
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Old 08-12-09, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Biffle
really?, I thought you were a tranny
why would anyone give a ****?
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Old 08-12-09, 06:20 PM
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Originally Posted by jdmitch
Really? Huh, learn something new everyday. For what it's worth, I've never heard it pronounced without the second R
Then you never heard it pronounced correctly
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Old 08-12-09, 06:25 PM
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sher·bet (shūr'bĭt)
n.
  1. also sher·bert (-būrt') A frozen dessert made primarily of fruit juice, sugar, and water, and also containing milk, egg white, or gelatin.
  2. Chiefly British A beverage made of sweetened diluted fruit juice.
  3. also sherbert Australian An alcoholic beverage, especially beer.
Word History: Although the word sherbet has been in the English language for several centuries (it was first recorded in 1603), it has not always referred to what one normally thinks of as sherbet. Sherbert came into English from Ottoman Turkish sherbet or Persian sharbat, both going back to Arabic šarba, "drink." The Turkish and Persian words referred to a beverage of sweetened, diluted fruit juice that was popular in the Middle East and imitated in Europe. In Europe sherbet eventually came to refer to a carbonated drink. Because the original Middle Eastern drink contained fruit and was often cooled with snow, sherbet was applied to a frozen dessert (first recorded in 1891). It is distinguished slightly from sorbet, which can also mean "a fruit-flavored ice served between courses of a meal." Sorbet (first recorded in English in 1585) goes back through French (sorbet) and then Italian (sorbetto) to the same Turkish sherbet that gave us sherbert.



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Old 08-12-09, 06:28 PM
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Originally Posted by JoshTheSkier
Christ, it's "SHERBET"

There is no second "R".

For some reason that just gets to me.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sherbet

It's an acceptable alternative in American English
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Old 08-12-09, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Scrodzilla
sher·bet (shūr'bĭt)
Does no one else hear that as "Sure, but..."? Like someone who got caught in a lie and is trying to get their way out quickly?

Oh, and the following is awesome:

Originally Posted by Scrodzilla
3. also sherbert Australian An alcoholic beverage, especially beer.
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Old 08-12-09, 06:42 PM
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BOOOOYA!!!you jive ass turkeys need to know! cause if ya don't know ya betta aks somebody! i spelled it correctly!
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Old 08-12-09, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by robotkiller
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sherbet

It's an acceptable alternative in American English
Ah yes, the native tongue of a land where so few of it's inhabitants can properly speak their own language that common misspellings are added to the dictionary.
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Old 08-12-09, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by elTwitcho
Ah yes, the native tongue of a land where so few of it's inhabitants can properly speak their own language that common misspellings are added to the dictionary.
at least we can say Aluminum correctly, none of this aluminium trash. but other than that, American English is hardly a language.
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Old 08-12-09, 07:42 PM
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And what's up with "Catsup"? I mean seriously, CATSUP???
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Originally Posted by elTwitcho
And what's up with "Catsup"? I mean seriously, CATSUP???
No one says "catsup"... eh? Yeah, you get it.
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Old 08-12-09, 07:51 PM
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Oh I realize that nobody pronounces it that way, but I've been all over the states where I seen it printed on bottles.

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Old 08-12-09, 07:53 PM
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Being from Massachusetts, I am assaulted by a constant barrage of people saying things incorrectly. Lazy-talkers...mumbling loudly (contradiction, I know) while leaving off letters and sometimes entire syllables. Sometimes I don't even know what the hell people are saying, and I was born here!

I'm sure j3ffr3y can back me on this one.
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Old 08-12-09, 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by elTwitcho
Ah yes, the native tongue of a land where so few of it's inhabitants can properly speak their own language that common misspellings are added to the dictionary.
Blah blah blah
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