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Well, that didn't take long

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Why can't I think that fast (and yes, I know, they'll get sued, but it's still funny)
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It's like his worst teenage fears come true.

Or maybe reliving those early teen years with that name. I knew a guy in AF with last name F@g and of course it's worn on your uniform all the time. I honestly would have changed my name, like to Faege or Fad or Fame or maybe something entirely different.

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I don't know if this story is true....

.....but I was talking with a British guy one day; he had just recently arrived in New York and as you know, there are some language differences. A "f@g" in England is a cigarette. He was in a bar in Greenwich Village (so the story goes), and was craving a smoke. Out loud/to himself he said, "I'm dying for a f@g." The guy next to him introduced himself. Laugh

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Truth? Who cares? It's funny.

And when there, one could knock up Mark.

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He should have known better

We use both interpretations.

He should have known better, especially while in the US.

I wonder why drp wants to 'knock me up'?

Mark

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My brother, who visits England often,

has a British book collecting the cultural and especially language differences, many of which can get either party in trouble. It's a thick book. (Actually, it's quite intelligent, but it's ... Oh, you know what I mean!)

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