General Discussion: FUK Mannerisms


Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

15 Dec 2006 18:17
What mannerisms have you learnt from FUK that you find yourself using in the 'Real World'? And a rough definition. P.S the mannerism does not have to had originated from FUK. Just that FUK is where you heard it.

(No Homo) - When making a particularly flowery comment a FUKer will often end with this to make it clear that the speaker is not in fact a homosexual.

E.G "Does this Tote bag look okay with my coal drill 19cm's? (no homo)"

Homo can be replaced with almost any describing word as long as its used in the correct context, id est; (no Nazi), (no paedo), (no groomer), (no American) etc.

FACT - The meaning of the word is not changed but the use of it becomes more peremptory, hence caps.

i.e - " The guy is a complete rip-off merchant and a twat - FACT."

GET EM GIRL - Ineff need to do this one

Jimmy Hill - Jimmy Hill - In order to cause amusement for other fuk members, pictures are frequently photo-shopped to include big chinned British football personality Jimmy Hill. This originated as a means of questioning whether or not someone was telling the truth, deriving from the idea that if someone is scratching their own chin, that they aren't. With Jimmy one isn't quite sure what to believe and there is an element of suspicion where he is involved. Witness the "Jimmy postman" image in which Jimmy is propped up against a post-box in full Royal Mail Uniform. There is the strong suggestion that if Jimmy were your postman, you may not receive your goods.

The element of humour also derives from the "fish out of water" nature of the images as Jimmy is frequently edited into pictures in which one would not expect to see him. While early "Jimmy's" were fairly crude in terms of their sophistication, recent additions have been much more sophisticated, some being fully animated- For example reference the picture of forum member Noble Locks in which his head alternates with Jimmy's. Such pictures mix humour with a social commentary of the forum as they question how much Jimmy has infiltrated the hearts and minds of the fuk community.
(Morbius)

Det - as in; 'to det'
"to talk utter shite, absolute stonewall porkies"
(Stevomacca)

Merk'ed - I believe this to be a ghetto 'Owned' - commonly used by wannabe 'brap' gangstarr footballers like Rio Ferdinand, Aaron Lennon etc. Adopted in an 'ironical' context by some FUKers.

To dirge - To wear only one brand at the same time
(eent)

Nellyville - Something that is proper shit/chavvy and wouldn't be unlikely not to be seen on nelly i.e wearing a plaster on your face at an attempt to look gangsta'.
Though it can also be used when no one actually gives a toss about what is being said and that is the only response deemed worthy.
(MM2002)

Adam'd - Taking perverse pleasure in posting up 'rare' trainers, totally messed/dirty/ripped after a nights wear
(mbs)
Thats all i can think of right now and i have to go eat and get ready to go out. Can /mods etc please add to and edit as appropriate.

BAN! Used facetiously to point out a prior stupid comment. Indicating in jest that said FUKers comment was so ridiculous that he/she deserves banning for it.
Also used to flame retarded noobs, i.e.
RN - "I just bought a fab G-Star velvet jacket for £45 instead of £65"
FUKer - "BAN!"
Rez
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8699 posts since 5/4/09

19 Nov 2009 00:30
I swear the word "deffo" is something i picked up from here.
kid unknown
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5467 posts since 8/12/01

19 Nov 2009 08:59
never seen it on fuk but people who end posts with "Simples." are unoriginal cunts in my book.
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

19 Nov 2009 09:29
Deffo is always used in conversations and i am not sure why, i write it in texts 'yeah deffo mate' its a standard line for me
india
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5665 posts since 31/10/05

19 Nov 2009 09:31
don't think deffo is off here though. i like it! i was talking to andrea riseborough and she said "yeah deffo"
i was happy!
deuce
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14051 posts since 21/1/08

19 Nov 2009 09:35
most of these are just internet speak mannerisms though, like "fml" etc.
i have to admit i did start using "shitdick" as an insult for a while, when it was being used on here loads, and it still is a top drawer insult in my books
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

19 Nov 2009 11:53
kid unknown wrote: never seen it on fuk but people who end posts with "Simples." are unoriginal cunts in my book.
anyone ever get 'bless' at the end of texrs? what the fucking fuck is that all about?
shego
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1596 posts since 11/12/07

19 Nov 2009 11:56
^ i can't stand that. i get it now and again from some of my rude girl friends. on the same level as 'one love', '1luv', '1L' - all of which i have had.
eliotness
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1506 posts since 1/2/09

19 Nov 2009 13:10
ive been trying to figure out how the PAUSE thing works.
i wasn't sure wether you say pause or you just stop talking.
so i looked it up on you tube and this pretty much explained it to me Laughing out loud

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBLrSz0oNvs&hl=en_US&fs=1&;
Murakami
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13343 posts since 9/5/05

19 Nov 2009 13:23
I love using FTW in real life - with a sense of irony of course
Rez
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8699 posts since 5/4/09

posted 2 Mar 2010 05:29, edited 2 Mar 2010 05:29
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stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

2 Mar 2010 08:10
Whoosh should be on here
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

3 Mar 2010 08:42
write up a definition and who is responsible for starting it and ill add it
inversesquare
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6744 posts since 7/6/08

3 Mar 2010 09:51
Massive time also.
stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

3 Mar 2010 12:38
Whoosh is well before my time

Whoosh: used to indicate that a user has missed the (often sarcastic) reference in a post. Often occurs when the reference is to a fuk in-joke.

E.g. Fuker 1: This girl was called jimmy at school
Fuker 2: wow her chin is massive too!
Fuker 3: Whoosh!
TheConductor
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4294 posts since 17/11/09

3 Mar 2010 12:49
Murakami wrote: I love using FTW in real life - with a sense of irony of course
Same here, I also use the (no homo) a lot in FB chats.
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

3 Mar 2010 12:51
HOT TOPIC! - Used sarcastically when somebody posts a question very specific to them in the Hot topics forum instead of random

E.g.

marti243: "anyone tell me a decent hairdressers to go to around Spitalfields/Shoreditch way? preferably a hot burd who i can play elbow tit with but can also give me a good cut"

Noble Locks "hot topic!"
kid unknown
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5467 posts since 8/12/01

3 Mar 2010 13:10
robii wrote: elbow tit

Laughing out loud
parkus.
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160 posts since 17/8/09

8 Mar 2010 00:52
Farrell wrote: Whoosh is well before my time

Whoosh: used to indicate that a user has missed the (often sarcastic) reference in a post. Often occurs when the reference is to a fuk in-joke.

E.g. Fuker 1: This girl was called jimmy at school
Fuker 2: wow her chin is massive too!
Fuker 3: Whoosh!

You clearly ripped that from me missing the joke about that birds chin Oops
stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

8 Mar 2010 01:05
Yep! It was going to be whats your favourite toothbrush but yours was perfect mate Eye-wink
kid unknown
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5467 posts since 8/12/01

17 Sep 2010 20:40
scroll to 8th post

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-rotak-43-electric-rotary-lawn/759456#comments