Out of the mouths... by raistlin


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raistlin
A colleague had his two children with him in the office this morning pending collection by mother.

One boy is aged 5 and the other 7. They were watching troop movements out of the window when all of a sudden, the elder said "I'd smash dat".

Aged 7... going on 27 :)
Paul

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Posted 21 Oct 2013, 13:15 #1 

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Mick
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I'm a bit confused. What does "I'd smash dat" mean in this or any other context?

Posted 21 Oct 2013, 16:21 #2 

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DaveyC
If its what I think it is, its not what you would want to shout in polite company but funny none the less :-)

Posted 21 Oct 2013, 16:28 #3 

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Bermudan 75
Mick wrote:I'm a bit confused. What does "I'd smash dat" mean in this or any other context?


:iagree: :confused:

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Mike
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Posted 21 Oct 2013, 17:21 #4 

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Mick wrote:I'm a bit confused. What does "I'd smash dat" mean in this or any other context?


I had to look it up on one of the "Urban Dictionary" type websites Mick.

It roughly translates to:- I'd very much relish the prospect of vigorous sexual intercourse with that attractive woman."

Presumably, our potential young Lothario was observing a female member of the RAF at the time. I was aware of several groups of students marching to and from their place of work at the time.

Whether he was fully cognisant of the meaning of his comment is something I'd frankly prefer not to contemplate.
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Posted 21 Oct 2013, 17:45 #5 

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DaveyC
Having a 14 year old lad, it would also seem that the word Gay has changed its meaning again. I thought it meant homosexual but now its a word that means rubbish or unfashionable. I'm struggling to keep up to be honest........ :-)

Posted 21 Oct 2013, 18:20 #6 


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