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Postby gillian » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:15 pm

Here it is. Post our silly sayings and inside jokes here. And don't forget to explain the meaning!
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Postby gillian » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:19 pm

First up, LMVO or LMFVO. A derivative of the common net acronym LMAO/LMFAO. The V in this case stands for that special part of the female anatomy. Why did it start? Don't ask me. I'm pretty sure Mis was the first one to use it and it took off like wildfire.
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Postby gillian » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:22 pm

"Poor kittens"

This is just a little phrase that grew from our love of this wonderful internet image:
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Postby Ian » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:35 pm

gillian wrote:Image


If that's true, I'm off to do something about that little bugger that keeps taking a dump on my lawn.

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Postby Turk » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:46 pm

LMFCO! (that's Cat)

Those poor kittens. Hey, given that they're supposed to have 9 lives, maybe if we start keeping count, we don't have to feel bad about it until we've used up 8. Just a little guilt control.
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Postby keith from ny » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:59 pm

JFTR, killing kittens seems to be a popular metaphor on every fan forum I spend time in. Well, except one (sorry, couldn't resist!).
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Postby sandina » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:15 pm

Brownies.

Some probably notice that there is a theme for the love of Brownies amongst the Pattynet faithful.

This reference is fondly referred to by all as Tim's Famous Weed Brownies. His concept evolved one night during chat. I think it was his offering to bring to a PattyFest. He would often distribute virtual Weed Brownies during chat sessions. Some of the Pattynet members received actual brownies baked by Tim. YUMMY. Although, he refrained from including his "special ingredient" :wink:

So, that's the story behind most references to Brownies in posts here at Pattynet.
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Postby Mis » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:21 pm

"Oh ya, no."


This became sort of the catchphrase of PattyFest 2005.

This started when I commented on Bunny's (Mrs. SMit) Minnesota accent after she broke out with an "Oh ya! Suurre!" in response to something I said after dinner on Saturday.

I then told a little story about how my grandparents, who grew up in and still live in an entirely Scandinavian settlement town in Iowa, also have this accent and frequently use "Oh ya." My grandmother, in particular, pretty much uses "Oh ya" in just about every sentence, in just about every context you can imagine, even when I ask her a question and the answer is no. Instead of just answering, "no," she says, "oh ya, no." And she is COMPLETELY stone-faced serious when she does it, which makes it even funnier. LOLOLOL This tickled everybody, evidently, and it just kind of became the catch phrase of the weekend. I think just about everyone had a tinge of that Scandinavian-inspired, Minnesotan-practiced accent by the end of the weekend. I caught myself falling RIGHT back into it, and Rachel TOTALLY had picked it up and I had to giggle at her because she didn't even realize it at times.
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Postby sandina » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:30 pm

PattyWords.


You'll notice on our forum that we tend to marry Patty's name into any word that we use that is Patty related. This started a long time ago on another fan forum for Patty. We have a lot of fun with it, and now it's to the point where I think we all use this naturally when writing Patty related words. I think the very first one was probably PattyFest.

Fun stuff.
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Postby gillian » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:32 pm

sandina wrote:I think the very first one was probably PattyFest.

Correction. The VERY first one was PattyBase. :)

But then after that it was probably PattyFest.
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Postby sandina » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:51 pm

gillian wrote:
sandina wrote:I think the very first one was probably PattyFest.

Correction. The VERY first one was PattyBase. :)

But then after that it was probably PattyFest.


Oh yeah! What a lovely first PattyWord!!!!
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Postby Arlene » Mon Feb 13, 2006 2:38 pm

Still waiting for an explanation of Plalu????
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Postby ang » Mon Feb 13, 2006 2:47 pm

"Plalu" is drunkenese for "Okay".

The origin can be found in the Post Here When You're Really Drunk thread.
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Postby Arlene » Mon Feb 13, 2006 2:52 pm

ang wrote:"Plalu" is drunkenese for "Okay".

The origin can be found in the Post Here When You're Really Drunk thread.

Plalu. Thanks. :wink:
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Postby gillian » Mon Feb 13, 2006 2:54 pm

This one is probably practically self-explantory, but I love it, so I'm gonna share.

"Do tit Scoote"

This came from a very drunk Nicoleee in chat trying to direct Scott to "do it." The drunk variation (and the nickname Scoote) has stuck.
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