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Hi guys,

I am in college, and in india, english is not the primary language. But, in college, we speak english only (common). The cool words are "bugger" to refer to a person, and "*** you" to show disgust towards somebody. But, i dont want to use either. Is there a more cooler variant of referring to a idiotic person? and, any lighter alternative for f u? How about alternatives for *** or just ***?
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great topic!

I've experienced many embarassment in using wrong words at wrong places.

When i saw a dump on the road, I urged my friend not to step on "***".
When I wanted to say "***" (not sure if there's more general term), i said "cuxt", and the laughing exploded!

But I'm still not sure, when I asked "where's the toliet?", some stared at me so strangely, kept suppressing their laugh, and repeated "you..want toliet?"

Now I said restroom or washroom, but what's wrong with toliet? What about loo? Is it obsolete today?
Hello, Yau,
There are two possibilities: either it's a typo, or it's because you need to say tOIlet Emotion: smile
Anyway, have a look here, you'll find many useful explanations!
Bathroom/toilet
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Thanks pieanne for searching this topic for me!
I almost missed such great post!
def not a tool is not another name for a pennis ? a tool is someone that aint there own, ie ur someones bitch (ie there tool)
Abbie1948I believe "tool" has the same meaning as "***", which is a reference to the penis.
I think:

saprophyte

portico

lesser yellow trefoil

The later plays of William Wycherley

are all g8 words to use on enimes or just retarded people ^o^ HA HA HA !!
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AnonymousI think:

saprophyte

portico

lesser yellow trefoil

The later plays of William Wycherley

are all g8 words to use on enimes or just retarded people ^o^ HA HA HA !!

I'm with you there, Anon!

Emotion: tongue tied

MrP
'Twit' and 'ninny' are my favourites words for describing someone stupid. Old but still good.
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Chief Cook'Twit' and 'ninny' are my favourites words for describing someone stupid. Old but still good.

Quite mild...
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