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  • #16
    so who's your rugby side then?


    awrigh' me ol' c0cker - cheek east londoner

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    • #17
      Originally posted by GreyBoy
      Howdy - Texan
      note: We ONLY say howdy when we're around out-of-state...ers...

      i say "hey" or "hi" or "yo" or "Wuddup Dawg, werd g"

      or similar

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Horus_Kol
        so who's your rugby side then?
        I should be ashamed, but I can't stand the game. Both codes bore me to tears which pretty much makes me a black sheep in my family.
        My brother is a qualified Class 1 R.L.coach (but work demands mean he hasn't coached for a few years now), and my grandad founded the first schoolboy R.L.team back in the 1930's.
        It says a lot about the financial state of the game that the legendary Wigan captain, Graham West, is a taxi driver now.
        I'm all for football...Tottenham to be precise...and I'm exstatic that Hoddle has gone.

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        • #19
          I am a HUGE RUGBY FAN I play at county level, and a couple of times i've played at regional level (1 below England!!) I am a saints fan, and have watched England at twickers' 12 times!

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          • #20
            never been big on watching sports, tell you the truth. the rivalry at school was simply down to the towns, not the rugby.

            i'm just more of a doer, thats all.

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            • #21
              Yasou - Greek

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              • #22
                Werd - um...ghetto speak

                ]-[3||() - l33t/1337

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                • #23
                  Hey There!! - Central Illinoisan

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                  • #24
                    Folks from Baltimore are known for saying "hon" (derivative of "honey", but actually pronounced "hawn") after a sincere greeting of their choice. Examples:

                    "Hey there, hon!"
                    "How ya doin', hon?"
                    "Getcha sump'n, hon?" (typical Baltimore diner greeting)

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                    • #25
                      Spanish = Hola
                      Swedish = Tjena
                      Deutsch = Hello
                      English = Hello

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                      • #26
                        G'day, m'lady/m'man-Pirate
                        Like, totally, OMG, HI!-Valley girl
                        Yo, wassup-Rapper

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                        • #27
                          Hello in ARABIC

                          its " HALA "


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                          • #28
                            Pig Latin - elloha

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                            • #29
                              Finnish = hei / moi / terve

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                              • #30
                                Hellow!

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