Discussion in 'Phoenix, AZ' started by Delta-Source, Jan 21, 2004.
Who the hell cares? hee hee hee!!!
**busting a gut over Wenchy's soap tale**
And, uh, just for the record, no I haven't "grown up" (what were you thinking!? ), it's just that some of my vocabulary has... er... evolved. Yes. That's what happened...
BTW Queenie: I like the Evanesence quote in your sig line...they rock! Do you have their CD? It's very good.
I'm from Texas and we say soda, at least my mother, father, brother, grandmother,aunts and I do. CAlling something a Coke is like saying you are going to Xerox something. You can't xerox something, it's a name, but you CAN photocopy something.
Oh, and over half of my office say soda with a few spatterings of pop and one or two cokes (who have been shunned). Yes, we really are >that< bored here.
wenchy, that soap story is really gross. it made me want to gag.
Wenchy: yeah, I have the CD. I likes. Gets a little repetitive at times, but otherwise pretty good. And those particular lyrics... heh... well, let's say they're rather applicable right now.
The taste comparisons on soap is too .
Queenie: I await your PM if you care to tell.
Birr: A good gag now and then is good for your throat...excercises those muscles and the competency of your cardiac sphincter.
Chewie: Glad you got a kick out of it. Eating all that soap was worth it if I made you smile.
So, now I'm curious everyone...what words, besides the usually shunned four-lettered varitey, got soap shoved in your mouth as children?
Here's a more complete list from my days of Dove-Sucking-Deviance: fart, piss, crap, puke, hump, horney, and the grand-mother of all SOAPY words: orgasm. That last one not only got me chewing Dove again, but I also got grounded for a week.
I never ate soap. And so long as it wasn't of the standard list and wasn't insulting I was pretty safe
Sheesh! You were lucky! I think my blood still contains traces of Dove.
I never got the soap... Though the occasional pop occurred... But I was born to be a smart ass
Y'know, I only remember getting my mouth washed out once. And I don't even remember why. It was probably for saying something equally lame, like "fart" (my mom tried to dub that one the "f" word at our house). So, naturally, we found other words to use instead.
Queenie: You mean she didn't succeed? I didn't even know there was another "F" word until I was about 8. I thought that was the only one till I made a complete idot out of myself getting shocked at one of my friends for using the dirty "F" word fart. I've never seen so many kids wet their pants laughing.
Nope. She didn't succeed. Go figure.
Well, I got a 12 pack of Code Red tonight at a Safeway here in Denver. The checkout lady asked me "where I wanted the pop". I guess it's pop here...